Thursday, March 9, 2017

Star Dust Award: Option Number Three by Samantha Cole

Title: Option Number Three
Series: Trident Security, 7.5
Author: Samantha A. Cole
Publisher: Samantha A. Cole
Genre and Pairing: Contemporary and M/M/F
Page Count: 117 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas ... or does it?

Dominant Mitch Sawyer has been lusting after submissive Tori Frejya since she first stepped into the private BDSM club he owns with his cousins. But he had waited too long to approach her, and she now belongs to someone else, while he watches from afar. When Tori asks him for a favor that involves going to Vegas with her and Dominant switch, Tyler Ellis, Mitch can’t say no.

After a night with Tori and Tyler that goes way out of his comfort zone, Mitch is left confused and unsure for the first time in his life. He now faces three options—but will he have the courage to choose the one he never knew he wanted?
  



Review
Mitch is attracted to Tori but he waited too long to let her know and now she is taken. Tori is attracted to Mitch but Tyler has become her love. But even though Tyler loves Tori, he needs a heavier hand. Can Mitch provide for both Tyler and Tori?
Option Number Three is the latest installment in Samantha A. Cole’s Trident Security series. Mitch has never been attracted to men, but he suddenly finds Tyler appealing to his senses. There is something about him that puts Mitch in a tale spin. Is it his connection to Tori? Is it something more? Is he gay and deep in the closet? As Mitch struggles with these questions, Ms. Cole weaves a wonderfully emotive story. Tori and Tyler are both submissive, although Tyler is a switch who can only submit to men. Tori is comfortable with Tyler’s need for a dominant male and hopes they can find someone to top them both. But is Mitch the right fit? Tyler has no desire to be someone’s dirty little secret, but has a night in Vegas opened a can of worms best left alone?
I love the many issues Ms. Cole raised in this story. Mitch is struggling with a change in his sexuality. Tyler is struggling with the limitations Mitch has placed on their interactions. And Tori wants what is best for both men she loves. I love the acceptance each character finds not only with themselves but also with their friends and family. This story is well written and full of heat. The emotions felt real and believable. I thoroughly enjoyed Ms. Cole’s addition to this series and can’t wait to see what happens next.


                    Five Shooting Stars and a Star Dust Award




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