on April 7, 2015
Also by this author: Screwed, Playing Hurt (Aces Hockey, #6)
Home is where the hearts are…Award-winning photojournalist Zack Donovan is happy to be alive after being held captive by a band of rebels in Syria. He’s not so happy to be on his way back to Chicago to recuperate with his college friends Maddie and Aidan, who are now a couple. The fear while being held prisoner was nothing compared to how he feels about facing the two people who unknowingly broke his heart seven years ago.
Maddie and Aidan are deeply in love, but lately they feel something is missing for them. They’d do anything to make the other happy, but are struggling to figure out what that is. Those problems are set aside, however, when their best friend from college is taken hostage in Syria. After graduation, Maddie and Aidan were hurt by Zack’s refusal to ever come home to visit, but he’s still their friend and he has no family, so when he’s finally free they insist he come stay with them to recover.
Zack’s a different man now. He’s seen terrible things. He’s come to terms with his sexuality and embraced his need to dominate. Maddie and Aidan would be shocked to know the kinds of things he likes to do. A guy like him will never have a relationship like theirs. But when Zack realizes he might be able to show Maddie and Aidan what they’re missing, he faces a dilemma. Do something? Do nothing? Pretend everything’s fine? Help them if he can? But will showing them what they’re missing help save their relationship…or destroy it?
Holy shit, this was hot! 3 smut books in a day is just what the doctor ordered. Daaaamn!
Short review: 3 friends from college: Aidan, Zack and Maddie. They all had feelings for each other, but they were all afraid to admit them out loud. Several years later, Zack and Maddie hooked up and Zack was traveling around the world (he is a photojournalist). Now, Zack is back. He was super jealous about his friends being together, but he soon found out that there was something missing in their
sexualrelationship, so he took charge of things. That being the point were your ovaries might explode.
I loved this book because it wasn’t just extremely, off the charts, mega hot. Its characters are complex, “real” and smart. They talk about their jobs, Syria, war prisoners, architecture, PR, fund-raisers and stuff like that. Again, in my opinion, this is the idea of a perfect erotica: not just sex. When you see them talking and doing something else besides sex, it’s like a huge anticipation (waiting to get to the smut stuff). For about 4 hours my eyes were glued to this book.
If you’re into menage, M/F/M, M/M/F, M/F and a little M/M + soft BDSM, than this is your book. 😉