- Release Date
- September 2011
- Book 1 of Men Out Of Uniform
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more
When Daria Tate loses everything—house, job and best friend—Gage Mulligan and Roman Foster step in. The two firefighters had promised their foster mother not to declare their love until Daria turned twenty-five. But their girl needs heroes, and they are just the men for the job.
Daria has loved Gage and Roman since the first time she'd met them. But Gage and Roman were gay and totally devoted to each other, or so she thought.
When they tell her the truth of their relationship, Daria thinks her dream of being with them has come true. Then they share the secret of their Master/slave BDSM lifestyle.
Will Daria be able to accept them and join in their fun and games? Will they be able to help her over the guilt of not being home the night of the fire? Will their feelings fizzle or blaze into a firestorm of love?
Nov 21, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
88 people found the following review helpful
With a unique premise that connects the characters through their foster mother, the story evolves into a long awaited love triad. It happens fast, is awkward at times but I continued wanting it to be more. Not particularly fond of Daria Tate, I did feel sympathy for her right from the beginning when she loses everything. A fire burns down her house, kills her foster mother and puts her job at risk.
Enter Gage Mulligan and Roman Foster who are more than ready to help her. And let me tell you, the first scene with these two lovers is crazy hot. The men have been in a monogamous committed relationship for ten years and now live a full-time D/s lifestyle. Despite this, they want Daria to be a part of their relationship but they worry that even though she loves them, she won't be able to accept their lifestyle.
Silly men… Daria has loved Gage and Roman since the first time she met them. But believing they were gay, she dismissed ever having the chance with them. So when they tell her about their relationship, Daria's greatest wish comes true. And though she is cautious, she learns to embrace their D/s lifestyle. But seeing her through the trauma of losing everything (but them) was their ultimate goal.
The relationship between the three primary characters was well-developed though I found myself rolling my eyes at some of the dialogue. It's a decent story with a few stand-out scenes.
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