- Total E-Bound
- Release Date
- October 2012
- Book 1 of Harder With Three
Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more
Lusting for more is worth the effort when the prize is two hot men to share your bed.
When James moves in upstairs, Matt and Tom make it a priority to meet the young hottie. One touch is all it takes to make the three of them burn with lust. James interrupts Matt and Tom's lovemaking, but they don't mind letting him in. James is new to man love and afraid of taking the plunge, but can't stop himself from touching the totally nude Tom. His brother's warnings are forgotten as James has his first taste of Matt and Tom, vowing to go back for more.
After spending the day appeasing his over-controlling brother, James finds himself spread out on Matt and Tom's table as dessert. But James's brother won't leave well enough alone and tracks him down, abducting James from the dinner party. The police are called in, but with little to go on they are unable to find James.
James is frightened for his life as he watches his brother's cohorts try to re-educate and reform another young gay man. Can he escape the mob, and make his way back to the loving arms of Matt and Tom, or will his brother beat his new life out of him?
Reader Advisory: This book contains murder and sexy men!
Jan 08, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
131 people found the following review helpful
When two happy lovers find a possible third, it's too good to be true.
Matt and Tom love each other deeply. They enjoy an additional lover to add spice to their life. It hasn't always worked out but this time, it looks the hottie upstairs may be the one. Both of them are very attracted to James, their new neighbor, and James is turned on by both of them.
Unfortunately, James is from a family that not only doesn't condone homosexuality, they actively try to eradicate it. The conflict in this story is sad. A family member who raised and loved James becomes brutally violent. While this is a fictional story, this situation is no stranger in the real world. And this is what is sad. Ms. York does an excellent job capturing the worst of the haters against homosexuality. Add in a ménage, this is more than the narrow minded family member can take.
The question is, will this be too much baggage for Matt and Tom? This isn't their first time with contentious family members. Is James worth the trouble? The sex is definitely very hot between the three men. Is it enough to balance the negative? When violence breaks out, Matt and Tom's concern and love for their new friend overrides any issues they had.
This is an enjoyable story with a bit of horror, great sex and sweet romance. This story is recommended for m/m readers who enjoy a bittersweet happily ever after.
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