Friday, November 5, 2010

I'll take three please ...

: )

I have been trying to figure out all week long just what I am going to write about.

I don't really have any kinky obsessions.

Lately though, I have gotten hooked on M/M/F or M/M/M/F romances. There is just something about 2 or 3 hot guys who are willing to share the woman they love, knowing that she loves them both, and feeling no jealousy of each other but definitely of any other man who might look at their woman, and even enjoy each other.

Oh la la!

It's just so hard to find a nice menage that actually ENDS as a menage. So many times it starts out with a good threesome, and then in the last few chapters, they "drift apart" leaving just a woman and a man.

Grrrr! What a load of crap. If you are going to write it as a standard het in the end, then start it out that way and just add in an extra character for spice, letting it be known throughout that they will not all end up together.

I started with Be With Me by Maya Banks. Holy hell! I can't recommend this book enough. : )

Then I moved on to Laid Bare by Lauren Dane. Yeah baby!

I also enjoyed Deanna Lee threesome in her Games Girl Play collection, and Maya Bank's contribution to Four Play.

Anyone got any good suggestions for me? I am definitely obsessed with reading my hot happily ever after menages. : )

3 comments:

  1. Okay, so it's not a novel, and with apologies for tooting my own horn, my story, "Improvisation," from Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica 9 and Lucrezia Magazine fits the bill.

    Here is a link to the online version:

    http://lucreziamagazine.com/2008/02/04/improvisation/

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  2. I have some great suggestions! The first is Sophie Oak's new release, Three to Ride. Her other books, Siren in the City and Small Town Siren are also menage and absolutely wonderful. Today I read Saskia Walker's new story, Monica's Secret, and it is a wonderful HEA menage with a bit of suspense.

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  3. Hi, Michelle,

    Well, you might like my tale "Monsoon Fever", M/M/F set in India in the 1920's.

    I certainly agree with your taste!

    Warmly,
    Lisabet

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