Book Review: BISEXUAL THREESOME EROTICA WITH MM MENAGE GAY ROMANCE 2

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I actually shortened that godawful title. Also, the author is listed as “All Holes”. What was I thinking…?

The Plot

Nic is bored with his seemingly perfect life and perfect but predictable wife. He works for the legal firm that handles Mr Rogers’ many patents. During a meeting with his client, Nic realises his attraction to the clearly dominant man. His fantasies about his client are enough to sustain his libido. Lydia, his beautiful but boring wife, doesn’t seem to care that their sex life is non-existent.

That is until a blowjob on the fly and a dinner party for three is arranged. Mr Rogers wants Nic, but he’s enthralled  by Lydia. Why not have both?

Writing Style

This is a first person narrative, from Nic’s perspective. I think that this was a mistake, especially when dealing with a triangle. I found the narrative to be stilted and almost mind-numbingly boring, much like their marriage.

“The light from a new day seeps through a space in our immaculately draped windows and wakens me.” Locations 50-51

This is the opening line of the book and is a fairly accurate example of the tone for the rest of the story.

There is nothing wrong with the grammar, and I was rather impressed with the technical accuracy of this leaflet. I was surprised by how dull the story was, especially considering the subject matter, the cover and the rather lengthy, highly descriptive title.

“I feel a hand on my neck gently guiding me down and realize that Mr. Rogers wants more than a hand job. I don’t resist and part my lips, as I accept his cock into my mouth. I do my best to accommodate his girth, but it’s really causing my mouth to stretch. He pushes down and I do my best to take more of his shaft, but feel myself choking on it and begin to gag.” Locations 182-184

The writing feels extremely edited and dialed down, consider the scene that the words are depicting. No-one thinks coherently during hot, unexpected, dirty sex. It’s riddled with hormones, doubt and lust. This feels like a Stepford wife giving a blowjob, instead of a man giving his first ever bj in a public setting, to a very powerful man.

The Review

Lydia, the wife, was entirely superfluous to the story. The writer/s would have been better of making this a “straight gone gay” story. Also, the cover is deceptive as this story does not revolve around her. Lydia would have made more of an impression on the men in this story if she brought them snacks between bouts of dull sex. Her character seemed to derive pleasure from watching the men, in a voyeuristic sense, but she’s not that involved in the narrative.

Mr Rogers is meant to be the embodiment of “Alpha” maleness but just comes off as a giant asshole with little interest in what is going on around him, while Nic goes from cool, calm and controlled businessman to a close to ultra-fem bottom. It was quite the transition but entirely out of place and unrealistic. I would have expected more apprehension on his part, especially having never been with a man before and deciding to fuck an “alpha” male type, and that male being a priority client.

All in all, this story doesn’t gel well and is overwhelmingly dull. I would recommend reading Brick by Brick (linked below) for a more in depth look into the complexities of a MMF relationship, with far better bang for your buck.

My rating: 1/5

Buy BISEXUAL THREESOME EROTICA WITH MM MENAGE GAY ROMANCE 2 on Amazon.

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Brick by Brick

Heart of Falcon Ridge

Double Alien

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