Some people can't wrap their heads around Menage. I've heard... "It's too confusing." Or. "I don't believe you can love more than one person." And "Books like that are for selfish lovers." But the one I agree with is, "I've yet to read one that is good." I have scoured the shelves I tell you! SCOURED! A great menage is hard to find!
Why do I like Menage? The pure psychology of it intrigues me, that's what fuels my mind. What fuels my heart is this. Imagine a world where 2 people love you so much. 2 people!!! They would take you to the greatest of heights and cuddle on the ground with you in your darkest moments. I imagine if one of the trio ceased to be, it would be as if an arm was missing. But, imagine someone knowing EXACTLY how you're feeling because they lost the same exact person the same way. TRIFECTA PERFECTA! That's what I say! For me, it's beautiful.
NOW! These 3 books did everything for me. Don't be perverts people! Each of these books are different. It isn't like reading the same story three times. "You've read one you've read them all," said the most bland person ever! Seriously, that's bull crap! These books are the best of the best in my honest opinion. Of course I am always on the look out for great menage, but it took a hell of a long time to get these three on my Top 3!
So let's talk about them...
For fifteen years Luke Moore has lived by three rules: stay off his father's radar, never spend more than a single night with any man, and never fall in love again. But one night of explosive sex and two men whom he can't get out of his head have Luke breaking them all. Richard and Matthew push him past all his boundaries--both sexually and personally--and now he's no longer hiding from his senator father; he's taking him on. And he isn't just falling for one man; he's falling for two. If you're going to break the rules, might as well break them big.
But Luke's father has his reasons for hating how his son lives, and he'll do whatever he can and use all his power to keep Luke away from Richard and Matthew.
Can this threesome find a way to make their unconventional relationship last with the world around them trying to pull them apart? And will Luke be able to keep breaking his rules for Richard and Matthew, or will he head back to his familiar way of life just when his new lovers want to bind him tighter?
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Male/male sexual practices, menage (m/m/m).
Yes, there is sex... A lot of sex, BUT! <<< See the but? The chemistry, love, hunger, raw and powerful connection these three have, is consuming. The growth from casual to monogamous is like a field day for the mind. There is suspense, and passion. You are flying in all the right places and you can't help but dissect every nuance. Each character (Luke, Richard and Matthew) bring SO MUCH to the table and Sloan Parker truly nails the physical and psychological with the characters and story. GREAT GREAT GREAT ( gotta do it in threes)
Growing up in foster care has left Kerry Grey with little self-esteem or hope for his future. A college dropout, Kerry scrapes by on a part-time job at a garden nursery. His friendship with his boss and working with the plants are the only high points in Kerry’s life. He’s been dating the man who bullied him at school, but when his boyfriend abandons him at a party, Kerry wanders down the beach to drown his sorrows in a bottle of scotch.
Malcolm Holmes and Charlie Stone have been together for fifteen years. Despite Charlie's willingness to accept Malcolm's unspoken domination in bed,something is missing from their relationship. Early one morning, they rescue a passed out Kerry from being washed away by the tide and Charlie immediately senses a kindred spirit in the lost younger man. When Kerry’s roommate kicks him out, Malcolm and Charlie invite him into their home. As Charlie and Kerry bond over Charlie’s garden, Malcolm sees Kerry may be just who they have been looking for to complete their lives. All they have to do is show Kerry, and each other, that Kerry's submissive tendencies will fit their dynamic.
But someone is sabotaging Kerry at every turn. As he struggles to discover the culprit, he fears for the safety of his new friends. If Malcolm and Charlie cannot help, their lifelong search for their perfect third may not end with the happily ever after they imagined.