Release date: August 15th 2011
Two is enough, but three could be everything.
Kit and Adam Jacobs know what their marriage needs—Gavan Karik. He’s the one man they both want and the only one who can make their relationship complete.
Making Gav part of the family comes with a price. Family, infidelity and self-worth issues plague Gav, but Adam and Kit are willing to tackle those issues if Gav is willing to commit.
For every problem they conquer, another one pops up. Not only are the three adults working to meld a broken family into one, they’re also struggling with a blackmailer threatening to out the two men’s sexuality and issues with the kids being mistreated at school. With each battle all three have to decide if the vision each sees for the future can match and if the reward is worth the fight.
Content Warning: Strong language, graphic sex, and explicit incidents of laundry washing within.
From the moment I read the summary I just knew this book was exavtly what I needed at the time. It has everything to make a story, family, commitment, lots of sex and the characthers believe.
Gav has lots of troubles and not one of his relationships have a good ending, but Adam and Kit are two of the best friends he could have plus the sex between them is really great. Gav likes to be apart of some treesomes and sex with males is also good, but with Adam things are more intense and he’s afraid to lose the friendship over some egoistical feeling.
On the other end we have Adam and Kit want more than just some nights with Gav and both think together they are a full package. Adam is atracted to both females and males, but only after getting married that his life was better, since Kit understand and acept his wants and needs. Kit likes Gav but in a different level and more sexual than anything else, but she changed her feelings during the book.
I enjoyed this book and it’s more than just sex and hot scenes, the family is very important and I liked how they handled some actions from close minded persons. It’s a different style of life and the made it work, very nice.
Even before she understood what all the thrusting meant, Stephanie Beck loved reading romance. When the stories didn’t end the way she wanted, writing her own was the perfect solution. From ridiculous humor to erotica, Stephanie loves being transported within a story. When she’s not elbow deep in words, her husband and three children command her attention. After they are sleeping she knits or bakes cookies…or squeezes in more writing.
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