Genre and Pairing:Contemporary & M/F, M/F/M
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Ménage Amour: Erotic Consensual BDSM Ménage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, spanking, caning, ice play, erotic asphyxiation, sex toys, HEA
When Lily Jephson falls asleep at work, her erotic dream is witnessed by none other than her boss’s brother. Awkward doesn’t begin to describe it, especially when she can’t help but respond to the enigmatic Dom. She wants his brother…doesn’t she?
Cyrus Cooper loves to play games, and he can’t resist the opportunity to yank his brother’s chain a bit. Nothing will convince the stubborn Sloan more to finally make a move on Lily than thinking this delightful subbie is involved with Cyrus.
However, when it becomes apparent that Lily needs help to work through the emotional scars left behind by her early introduction into the lifestyle, Cyrus knows this is far more than a game. The brothers are just the Doms to show her what a true D/s relationship should be like.
Lily thrives under their combined Dominance, but when her old Master re-appears her life is put in danger.
She has never needed her Sirs more.
I really enjoyed Let’s Get it On by Doris O’Connor. Lily is submissive and finds herself attracted to not only her boss but his brother as well. But she has a past that proves to be dangerous and requires the aid of both men. I loved that in spite of her submissive tendencies, Lily is no pushover. She understands that her past is less than pretty but she is determined to move beyond her history and not remain a victim. I adored Cyrus. He appeared so hardcore but his love for his brother and his growing feelings for Lily softened his edges. I loved his playful nature even as his dominance was barely leashed. He refused to see Lily as a victim and trusted her to know her limits. I loved that he made every effort to uplift Lily instead of keeping her in a nicely label box. He never intended to do anything more than push Lily into his brother’s arms but Lily showed him that she was more than she appeared. I loved that Cyrus and Sloan never intended to share but for Lily they would learn. Ms. O’Connor did a wonderful job of showing their growing pains along with the growing passion and emotion. This story was well written and developed. It was full of highs and lows even as we became vested in the characters and their budding relationship. I am a fan of Ms. O’Connor’s work and I was not disappointed in meeting these characters.
Four Twinkling Stars