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Wow... these books get better and better. I personally love m/m romance, but this was more of a m/m/f romance... which are usually not done right, because if three people are going to be in a relationship... why do all three people always have to be together at the same time... that is just not realistic... but Kit has figured it out... especially about the m/m relationship in a threesome...
This was perfect... Ace and Kane had to have a relationship of their own to fully be secure in the threesome... It's like each person had to have a solid relationship with each other... which totally made this work... I loved it..
This books are graphic, raw and down right smexy!!! So enjoyable...
Worth a credit or sale...b/c this book is pretty pricey!
Narration...of course was Amayz!
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I have been so pleasantly surprised by this series. It's honestly not something I would have chosen to read on my own based on the description alone because, to be frank, most of the times in stories where is a sort of sexual free for all environment the women are degraded and somehow...less I guess is the only word for it. Control and humiliation. However, this book somehow manages to combine scorching hot sex and multiple partners without degrading anyone.
I generally don't enjoy books where the main characters have sexual interaction outside of their main relationship because it usually feels as though it cheapens the love between those characters somehow. I don't know how the author pulls it off but she really manages to make all of the sexual interactions, no matter how filthy, showcase a true sense of affection and respect among all parties involved. Plus, as I mentioned earlier, women so often come off as the weak ones in these types of stories. They're submissive and like being controlled by an alpha male but what I love so much about these stories is that while, yes, the men are definitely alpha and like control, the women have just as much power as the men. Sometimes more. Even in the throes of passion when the man/men are telling them what to do the author conveys that the power is with the women. It's a nice change.
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