Tai wishes Master Lucas wasn’t such an adamant Top, but he’s also crushing on the sweetly submissive Elliot. Could he have it both ways?
Tai has hit a wall in life. From all outward appearances, he’s the guy who has everything—looks, personality and money. But the modeling gigs are drying up and he still hasn’t found that special someone to call his own. The part-time work at Kiss of Leather is quickly becoming full-time to prevent the drain on his dream-business savings.
Elliot fell for the stunning Tai from almost the moment he met him. If he wasn’t so self-conscious about the weight he’s recently put on, maybe he could work up the nerve to make a move. However, not only is he a virgin who’s never done a scene before working in a BDSM club, but he’s also sure that Tai has a thing for Master Lucas. There’s no way he could ever compete with the handsome silver fox.
When Master Lucas confesses to Tai that he doesn’t only see him as a hookup and offers him a contract, there are a ton of considerations. They both realize that serious compromises would have to be made for them to have a relationship. But what if they found a third, a sub who could bottom for Tai and also do TPE with Master Lucas? Once the idea takes hold, Tai knows just the perfect boy for them both. Even better? He’s right there at Kiss of Leather, and Tai can’t wait for Elliot to turn them all into a throuple.
Tai is the spark between Lucas and Elliott. He is written so well, snarky, vocal and flamboyant. Lucas is solid, dominant and reserved. Elliott is shy, quiet and awkward. This story shows how the three men need each other to balance out a relationship that won’t work unless all three are in it.
Morticia Knight has brought character development and storytelling to a great level. She leads us through the 3 men learning to live and love together and does it in a way that keeps you turning the pages. All 3 men grow into the relationship as the story progresses and as a reader I was totally on board with how it all fit together.
The playroom scenes were hot and definitely keep your interest. But the emotional connections are what I really enjoyed.
4 of 5 stars