Three Rings and a Rose

Mia Ashlinn
Three Rings and a Rose
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Siren Publishing Inc,
Release Date
October 2012
Book 4 of Sweet Serenity
BDSM, LGBTQ, Ménage or more

[Siren Ménage Everlasting: Erotic Rubenesque Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/F, with M/M, bondage, sex toys, HEA]

Ella Dawson learned the hard way how much it hurt to be trapped in the middle of Micah Blaylock and Caedon Asher. The tension between the men drove her to the edge. Then a scandal destroyed her relationship with Caedon, shredding her heart and driving her back to Serenity, Kansas.

Two years later, Caedon still can't forget Ella or Micah. When a worried friend's meddling provides him with an opportunity to rekindle the relationships he lost, Caedon jumps in with both feet. But he knows he'll need Micah's help.

Secret desires and fears push Micah to refuse Caedon. However, Caedon won't relent. When he finally convinces Ella and Micah to give sharing a shot, what happens when the two men's love for each other can no longer be denied? And how will their relationship survive when scandal threatens to tear them apart once again?

It'll take three rings and a rose to unite these would-be lovers, this time forever.

A Siren Erotic Romance

Book Review by debra taylor (reviewer)
Jan 11, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
209 people found the following review helpful
I picked up the first book in this series by accident and have never been so happy about pushing the wrong button :) I really loved the first book, Destined to be Three, and have continued to follow the series. This book was every bit as hot and addictive as the first one.

Scandal and jealousy tore Ella, Caedon and Micah apart. Caedon has been on a self-destructive path in the two years since Ella and Micah left town. Now ready to put his pride aside, Caedon tracks them down to plead for another chance. Ella's lover, Caedon, turned his back on her amidst the biggest scandal of her career. Heartbroken, she flees with her BFF, Micah, to Serenity, Kansas (a town where menage relationships are openly flaunted). See where I'm going with this, folks?

Caedon and Micah proposition Ella to a menage lifestyle. The conflict in their relationship doesn't come from Ella's unwillingness to forgive Caedon for his betrayal. Or does it come from Micah's revelation that he's bi-sexual instead of gay. Nor does it come from his confession that he is in love with Ella, his bestie. No, it's mostly because Ella's two lovers have passionate feelings for each other. So far they have been blind to the love they each feel for each other. Ella, sly girl that she is, saw their feelings and conspired to open her lovers' eyes. There was some outside conflict here as well. It seems that someone has been conspiring to keep Caedon and Ella apart. And they are much closer than anyone knows.

The leads in this story were so easy to like which made it a much more enjoyable read. I liked Ella's spirit and the fact that, despite their betrayals, she wasn't afraid to trust her men again. The love scenes were high voltage but not at the expense of the underlying story. In other words, it wasn't all about the sex. There was a real story to tell here. The dialogue was believable. I loved how the barbs flew between Ella and her friends and that Queen bitch, Leila.

I'm going to give this red hot scorcher four stars. I'd recommend this one as well as the rest of the series.
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