Forbidden Pleasure - Bound Hearts, Bk 8 Author:Lora Leigh People have heard fleeting rumors about The Club. But only its members -- many of them Washington insiders -- know the truth: That it's a place where men can share their women with a carefully selected male partner. Former FBI agent John 'Mac' McCoy resigned his Club membership when he married Keiley Hardin. T... more »empting and innocent, sweet and sexy, she would never accept Mac's desire to share her with another man. Still, Mac's fantasies of sharing Keiley haunt his dreams. And his passions...
Unable to wait any longer, Mac invites his best friend, Jethro Riggs, to his home with the intention of drawing Keiley into the pleasures that can only be achieved when two men love the same woman. But there's more going on in Mac's neck of the woods than he could have possibly imagined. A past case involving a stalker who likes to play games has turned up again -- and this time, Keiley is the target. Passion, pleasure, and fear combine as the forbidden becomes an addiction -- and none of them can escape.« less
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VERY EXPLICIT SEX SCENES, BUT STILL A GOOD STORY. PARTS MADE ME LAUGH AND CRY, BUT THE BOOK REVOLVES AROUND A THREESOME, AND NOT JUST AS A ONE-TIME ONLY DEAL. REGARDLESS OF YOUR PREFERENCES IN EROTIC ROMANCE, YOU WILL FIND YOURSELF UNABLE TO PUT THIS BOOK DOWN.
I've read a lot of erotic fiction, and most of is sucks. This book has all the naughty bits we hope for in erotic fiction but she actually also tells a story, delves into characters, and makes you care about them.
Might be my favorite Lora Leigh book ever. I read some of the complaints about this book and I think they're silly. First of all, if you're reading this or any of the Bound Hearts series, you have to accept that the idea of m/f/m menage is sexy. If that notion gives you the creeps then by all means, go get a different book. Further, the "fear" that the men might be bi-sexual - well IMO they should be bi, but none of Leigh's stories are told that way. I guess she doesn't care to cross that line. But again, if you are going to have m/f/m sex scenes, get over your queasiness about two naked men together or don't read these books.
It is the total female fantasy, two extremely hot alpha males who love only you and are willing to share you. I thought the story was well done and made sense. From the prologue, it is explained that Mac's goal is to have the three of them love each other. If you can suspend disbelief about the notion that two alpha males can love and make-love to the same woman without jealousy, I think the story is really sweet and romantic. I thought it was one of the most romantic of all the Lora Leigh books I've read. I could have had more scenes of Jethro and Keiley falling in love but I still thought Leigh made their love convincing by the end.
I guess I am more open minded than most people but my only real quibble with this book is that I kind of wanted the two men to be open to exploring their own relationship. I thought it seemed like they should love each other, romantically, too, not just Keiley.
Sexy, romantic, steamy, passionate, sweet, well-paced, and rather unique. 4.5 stars.
I'm all for fantasy and this certainly marks high on a girl's fantasy list but the unrealistic setting made for a disappointing read altogether. The sex scenes were hot but the mind games and the all knowing characters were not. Yes I would love to have two men like the guys in the book but the author failed to get into any of the intricacies that go along with a situation like this. Seriously, the idea is great, the execution not so much.
Okay, this was the first Lora Leigh book I have read and this book left me feeling a little weird. It had interesting content and lots of hot, steamy love scenes, but I found the characters a little unbelievable. I just don't see how everyone is happy with the situation, and there is absolutely no jealousy or possesiveness between the two alpha males in love with the same woman. On the other hand, it is fiction and it was entertaining to read so I guess that is all that really matters. I am not sure if this one, though, is one for my keeper shelf.
It was not what i expected.I was very shocked at how easily Mac gave his wife to his friend Jethro(hard time feeling hot over someone named Jethro)Mac basically became a voyeur watching his friend have sex with his wife while watching & mastubating. I found him to be weak & thought maybe he was secretly bi-sexual.