- Loose Id
- Release Date
- October 2010
BDSM, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
Haley has been seeing two very different doms, and they both made her happy in their own way. Gregory...older, calm, and willing to show her off. And Jason, a possessive and fiery younger man.
When the two men finally meet up, Haley realizes she doesn't want each man on separate nights anymore; she wants both of them together! But the two doms are so different -- and so often at each other's throat -- that she doubts she can have what she desires. Will a surprise weekend together help the men bond or just cause more conflict?
Book Review by Rho (reviewer)
Nov 07, 2010 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
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Two Doms with different styles…
The woman who wants them both…
This can't end well…
Or can it?
Haley has been seeing two different Doms because in both men, she gets everything that she needs. Gregory is older and allows her to explore her exhibitionistic side as well as her love on pony play. Jason, the younger of the men, gives her the bondage and discipline that she desires. She enjoys her time with both men, and would hate to give either one of them up. But when they find out about one another, she thinks that's what she may have to do. However, she makes a decision that she will have both or none because she can't imagine living without them. And she wants them together. But how will two men who have nothing in common be able to give her want she wants? Will they be able to come together, or is she destined to give them both up?
This story is a continuation of the Kittengirls of Mew Orleans, also by G.G. Royale, and it takes place immediately after the events at the end of that story. However, you don't have to read that first book in order to understand this one. It's about a different set of characters. I would say that you would probably enjoy the story more if you have already read the first.
I liked the premise of the story--it was kind of like "The Odd Couple" meets BDSM. The BDSM is quite light, very little discipline, mostly bondage and submission. There are a lot of ménage elements in the story, but they are strictly M/F/M. The sexual encounters were erotic and sometimes sweet. I appreciated that the men wanted to have a relationship with Haley without having a "scene" involved.
There were a couple of things that I didn't particularly like about the story. First, Haley did a lot of "topping from the bottom", meaning that for someone who is supposed to be a submissive, she seemed to control her Doms much more than the other way around. Also, she admitted that she knew very little about the men outside of their BDSM preferences and she can't live without them. And although she can't live without them, she seemed to give up on trying to have a relationship with them pretty easily. These are two men who had no interest in sharing a woman together, and just found out about each other, and she was surprised that they were fighting? It just grated on my nerves that she says on one hand that she just had to have these two men in her life, but then she didn't want to take even the smallest amount of time to see if they could work things out.
Although I have my complaints, I still really enjoyed the story. I loved the how the Doms made the ending. I also loved how the beginning of the story offered a different perspective on the events that happened in the Kittengirls of Mew Orleans. We also got a bit of an update from Margot and Marcus. I like to be able to revisit characters in a series. I don't think that you have to be a fan of the BDSM genre to enjoy this story because the relationship between the trio was more of the focus. I for one am enjoying the series thus far, and I am looking forward to what the next installment will bring.
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