Her Best Friend's Husband

Doris O'Connor
Her Best Friend's Husband
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Evernight Publishing
Release Date
November 2017
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Multi-cultural/Multi-racial Romance

Your best friend's wedding is not the time to realize how much you love him...

Wedding organizer Naomi Young is not only head-over-heels in love with her best friend, she lusts after his husband.

Which is all kinds of wrong—isn't it? Maybe not. Especially when she discovers the attraction is not as one-sided as she thought.

Dom Dawson Monroe has never had a problem going after what he wants. Both he and his new husband Josh Garrison enjoy a woman's soft touch, so who better to satisfy that need than the one woman Josh is madly in love with? Time to claim them both as his submissives.

Convention be damned. Happiness is to be found in the soft curves of Naomi's body, as long as they can convince her that this is forever. Only time will tell if the loving twosome can become an even more loving threesome.

Be Warned: BDSM, m/m sex, menage sex (MMF), double penetration

Book Review by Knotty Reviewer (reviewer)
Feb 12, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
80 people found the following review helpful
HER BEST FRIEND'S HUSBAND is an inter-racial, M/M/F short story by super storyteller Doris O'Connor. I'm always on tenterhooks waiting for Doris to come out with a new story, and every time, it's worth the wait!

Wedding planner Naomi is stuck in the wedding from hell, her best friend's wedding. The problem? She's in love with him, and thanks to his crazy uncle, he's marrying another man. Both Josh and Dawson are in love with each other, but when they get back from their honeymoon, Dominant Dawson and Naomi's best friend and fellow sub Josh begin their campaign to let Naomi know that they intend to bring her into their family, making them a triad.

This may be a short story, but it's packed full of steamy hot romance and sex that can't be missed. It's another rousing success for Doris O'Connor.
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Book Review by Gabrielle Sally (author,reviewer)
Feb 26, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
60 people found the following review helpful
"Do you take this man to be your lawful wedded husband, to have and to…". As a wedding planner, Naomi has heard it all before, but why did it have to hurt so much this time? I mean, her best friend, Josh, is marrying the love of his life. She should be celebrating, right?

Well…the problem is, she has feelings for her friend that go beyond what she considers appropriate for said friendship because he's married now and, well, gay.

Loves: One of the things that Doris O'Connor does amazingly well is the creation of her M-M relationships. The ease with which the characters interact with each other, the emotions expressed, and oh boy, the love scenes will have readers experiencing a range of emotions from heartfelt to hot and bothered, and everything in between. And I've yet to touch on what happens when they bring Naomi in because while Dawson knows that she loves Josh, the question yet to be asked is if she is open to being in an unconventional relationship. The exchanges between Dawson, Josh and Naomi as dominant and submissives are downright scorching and you may well need a fire extinguisher on hand or at the very least, a hefty supply of chocolate and wine.

If you've never read one of Doris O'Connor's contemporary LGBTQ/ménage stories, you're in for a real treat with HER BEST FRIEND'S HUSBAND. Bit of everything in this story including some incredibly delicious kink that you won't want to miss.
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Book Review by Dawn (reviewer)
Mar 07, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
60 people found the following review helpful
What's a naughty menage between friends?

When Naomi's best friend gets married, she feels like she's losing a piece of her heart along with him. Yet, something strange happens during the reception that leaves her fantasizing about not only her BFF but also his new husband. And when the men return from their honeymoon, they have a plan to turn those dreams into reality.

This was a quick and mostly pleasant read. The first half was full of angst and the second half was dirty fun between the sheets. Naomi and Josh's relationship was cute. I'm not sure I entirely understand the reason he married Dawson instead of Naomi, however. Why it mattered what gender of person Josh married as determining how much money he got from the will was sort of silly.

I think it was Dawson's character which annoyed me the most, though. He was playing the dominant role a little too well. His attitude was a bit off-putting for me. The love scenes in the second half did help the story pick up pacing and added some needed spice. It wasn't my favorite menage story but still an enjoyable book. Three stars!
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