Published: April 20, 2010
Riley Ramirez knew that moving to New York would change her life. She just didn’t expect it to start on her very first night in town. Her attraction to nightclub owner Kincade Marshall is instant, mind-blowing—and mutual. When she finds he is a Dom who requires her complete surrender, even when it comes to submitting to his best friend, Trevor Wellington, she finds herself willing and eager to embrace the sexual adventure.
From their earliest days, Cade and Trevor have shared everything, including women. Yet it only takes one night with Riley to know she is their forever lady. Convincing her that this is more than a temporary fling, though, will take every tool in their sensual arsenal.
As Cade and Trevor set their sights on Riley, however, they’re unaware—until it’s almost too late—that someone is targeting their fragile relationship. Someone who’s taking deadly aim at Riley. Suddenly their struggle to keep their forever woman is a fight to keep her alive…
WARNING: This book contains m/f/m ménage, bdsm play, lots of steamy p.d.a, and a fine dining experience that will leave you salivating for more.
This book is pretty much sex, from cover to cover and not a lot of story line other than two dominants looking for the perfect sub.
The characters were on the weak and shallow side. Riley was a goody-two shoes who wanted to do volunteer work but get paid for it.
The men, Cade and Trevor, are handsome, wealthy and kind. No flaws, OF ANY KIND. It would have been nice to see a scar or a commitment issue or even a fear of HEIGHTS. I think the problem I had with them was that they were fantasy men – the kind we women put into our daydreams and think we want but when it comes to real life, realize we don’t really want all that fawning and attention. We just want good sex and to have the garbage taken out.
On the whole, okay but that’s about it. I’m going to try the next book in the series only because Bryce, a cousin of the of the PERFECT men in the first story has a REAL job. He’s a detective , which may give him a more complex personality. I can only hope.