- Loose ID
- Release Date
- December 2011
BDSM, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more
Cole is wild, funny, impulsive, and Sarah's best friend. She doesn't understand what he gets out of submission but she's not going to let Cole get hurt the way he has in the past. So when she discovers his new dom is Jeff, the jerk who helped kick her out of her undergraduate program, she knows she has to intervene.
But when she sees Jeff again, he gets her confused. He says he wants Sarah to be Cole's Christmas present, and she's stunned. She and Cole are just friends, aren't they? Amazingly, Cole seems to want her as much as she secretly has wanted him. But now she thinks she wants Jeff too.
Even if she could have them both, this is supposed to be temporary. It's too bad that she's only allowed to have Cole for Christmas.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: anal play/intercourse, BDSM theme and elements, male/male sexual practices, menage (m/m/f).
Dec 21, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
214 people found the following review helpful
Pining away for one of your best friends is a good way to have your heart broken. Ever since Sarah met Cole, she's wanted more than friendship. Unfortunately, Cole is openly gay and a masochist to boot. His BDSM lifestyle is too much information for vanilla Sarah to handle. She tries to protect him by learning a bit about the lifestyle. Basically, just enough so she can ensure he isn't being abused; any other details, she blushes and stammers for him to stop sharing. Sarah has finally adjusted to be the best protective friend she can be. Hopefully, this Christmas she will be able to spend it with him as her parents are out of the country while Cole's parents had essentially disowned him.
To Sarah's delight, Cole wants to take her to a skiing locale and spend Christmas with his new Dom. Sarah's wariness turns into fiery outrage as she figures out the identity of Cole's new Dom. Jeff and Sarah's past altercations make it especially difficult for Cole to achieve the Christmas gift he wants from the two of them.
This story was a bit messy for me. While I found the sexy scenes hot and I loved Sarah and Cole, I loathed Jeff. He is a Dom and good at it – this, I can respect. But his behaviour and treatment towards Sarah, I find reprehensible. As in, I don't like how he treats people. Sure, I understand he's been burned in the past by a woman, but to take it out on another woman is aggravating to me. Make no mistakes; he was a grade A asshole to Sarah.
I'm glad Ms. Harte concluded the story with a happily for now. This pleased me because for everything to be picture perfect with a "happily ever after" ménage after the asinine treatment Sarah received from Jeff would have me scoffing in disbelief and disappointment. This is a first book for me by Ms. Harte. I'm surprised I haven't read her earlier. I like her writing style, smooth and silky. I sped through this story in one quick reading and wanted more. I recommend this book to SugarKink lovers who enjoy a hot ménage.
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