My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Picture a flowing river of molten lava, the steam bursting off the surface, the crackle and pop of the liquid as it rolls down the hillside, the heat filling the air.
That’s how hot this book is. But, as with any of Roe’s erotica, this book is so much more than just incandescent sex.
I wish I could put my finger on the secret ingredient which turns his stories from just loads of sex into an emotionally engaging narrative that delivers a compelling romance alongside all the steam.
This one is an absolute cracker. Not content with writing almost perfect throuples. This time he’s turned his hand to a quartet.
It starts off as a one-time sexcapade in a club – three men who’ve been committed to each other for years looking to have a night of fun.
Curtis attracts their attention, and he gets to fulfil one of his wildest fantasies at the club owned by one of the men, Ethan, a giant of a bear with all the heart of your favourite teddy. He’s huge in every way and Curtis can’t wait to find out just how that feels.
The other two men, Jack and George, are as different as night and day. Jack is analytical, driven, a perfectionist in his work, no matter what that might be. George is like liquid flame, a dark-skinned dancer who oozes sensuality in his every move on stage or off.
They’ve been together since Jack fell for George having seen him dance three years previously. Jack and Ethan had been together seven years before that.
Curtis is understandably nervous at how he’ll fit in with this solid throuple.
But Roe, as ever, makes it work. Ethan needs someone to take care of, Jack and George are both independent and don’t want to be his boy. Curtis craves the attention. His upbringing has been less than stellar, he thinks he can’t commit to a relationship because he’s had no good examples to show him how.
I’ll leave it up to you to find out how Curtis discovers he’s not only capable of commitment, but actually needs it when you pick up this stunning book.
Let’s just say it worked perfectly for me.
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review