- Samhain Publishing
- Release Date
- February 2012
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more
Kassidy is a good girl who wants to be bad. Dag is a bad boy who is very, very good. And Chris? He likes to watch…
When wicked-sexy Dag returns to Chicago to catch up with his old college buddy Chris and meet The Girlfriend, none of them are anticipating the unexpected turn of events that switches a loving twosome into a scorching hot threesome. As old feelings resurface, and new attractions are explored, a storm of sexual sparks is unleashed that leads them into forbidden areas.
Always the good girl, Kassidy blossoms under the attentions of two loving men, but neither she nor Chris are expecting the ménage to take a quarter turn toward Dag…and his feelings for Chris. When it's revealed that Dag's attraction to Chris is one big reason he left town, a tangled mess of old hurts and new feelings might destroy friendship. Love. Might destroy everything.
Jan 13, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
291 people found the following review helpful
RULE OF THREE was a wonderful book. Kelly Jamieson did a great job developing each character. She even laid out some of their personal growth and what made them who they are.
The book starts with an existing couple. Kassidy and Chris are in love and starting to build a life together. The passion develops when you first open the book. Then Dag comes to visit. He's Chris's colleague "wingman," whom he has not seen in years.
Ms Jamieson does an amazing job showing their bonds. It is very engaging to watch Kassidy's attraction to Dag develop, and we can see her struggling as she is loyal and monogamous. Her discovery that Chris "likes to watch" starts a journey in motion that one can predict and that threatens to hurt all involved.
Ms Jamieson did a great job portraying the emotions, especially Kassidy's struggle and Dag's feelings of wanting what he thinks is unattainable.
I really enjoyed the book's interactions with broader topics. There are a few political and philosophical exchanges between the characters that shed a lot of light into their thinking. It is probably worth noting that the book is HOT. The scenes are passionate, descriptive and so raw you can feel the emotion!
Ms Jamieson did an amazing job with Chris. She made his struggle feel real and as he came to terms with his own feelings, your heart ache for him!
I was pleased the author had the the characters admit there would be complications and that Chris was the first to say they need to speak up so people would know Dag was important and loved! They didn't have all the answers, but again I liked that Kelly Jamieson took the time to have the character think out loud about them.
Do wish there was an Epilogue, especially because during the book each character develops a relationship with Kassidy's parents.
After I read this, I went back and re-read the last few chapters again. It was that GOOD! I want to know more about Kassidy, Dag and Chris!
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