Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Release Day Review: Love in G Minor by Sean Michael #Review #Giveaway

Author: Sean Michael
Book: Love in G Minor
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Publication Date: November 1, 2016
Length: 106 pages

Reviewed by Meredith


Sometimes a third is exactly what a pair needs.

Stephen and Jack play a lot. These long time lovers are constantly testing boundaries, fighting a delicious battle for control. When they meet young waiter Benji, they’re both intrigued. Such innocence doesn’t come along often, and they decide Benji is the best thing on the menu.

Benji might be in over his head with this sophisticated pair, but it might just be Stephen’s musical and artistic temperament that makes three a crowd. Can Jack and Steven hit just the right note? Or will Benji end up out in the cold?

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I do love me some menage! It's by far one of my most favorite tropes. In Love in G Minor we have... duh, 3 MC's. Jack and Stephen are already a well established couple and they are quite a pair. They're rich, and dabble in light BDSM. They aren't, by societies standards, a typical couple. Which I think is why I loved them so much.

Benji is the 3rd MC in Sean Michael's lusty menage. Benji is all sorts of fabulous and adorable. He's new to the city, virginal dun dun dunnnnnnn. And he's caught the eyes of Jack and Stephen.

When these three come together (pun intended) it feels right physically. Now, this is an extremely sexually charged book but if you've ever read Sean Michael that isn't surprising.

I won't give anything away but I'll admit that the end was a wee bit angsty for me. I teared up. I really did enjoy this story. High sex, low angst, great dialog and personalities. So, yeah this is surely a book you should read!


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  1. I just bought Fractured Hymns by A.M. Arthur. So that one will be up sometime this week!

  2. I'm looking forward to reading Sarah Madison's Crying for the Moon

  3. I don't know but somehow this one struck a chord!

  4. I'm looking forward to the next Timing series book by Mary Calmes and any book by Charlie Cochet.