The Other Man- D Breeze
I was intrigued by the blurb of this book as soon as I read it; I knew I needed to have it in my life. Little did I know it would flip my little world inside out. I read this book in the space of less than 24hrs.
Sex is not ‘routine’ any more.
There are sex shops decorating the high-street, free porn all over the internet and lets not even get started on the new BDSM phenomenon. So when things get a little ‘stale’ in the bedroom, what would you do?
Carly made a suggestion; a suggestion I wanted nothing to do with at first, but she was my wife and I’d have done anything to make her happy. I went along with her plan, even though I really didn’t want to. It actually worked, for a while. Until something changed.
Then I wasn’t doing it for her anymore.
Instead, it was all about secret liaisons, stolen moments and the thrill of getting caught. My life changed overnight and there was nothing I could do to prevent it. Lust is an unstoppable emotion when it takes hold.
Rules are broken.
Mistakes are made.
Lives are destroyed. Be careful what you wish for, because sometimes, that wish can come true. Blake Thomas was her wish…
Until he became mine.
I have only read one ménage book and that was Travis by Nicole Edwards. I wasn’t sure what to expect but this book blew my freaking mind, I needed an ice bucket for pretty much every sex scene, my heart thumped, I sympathised with Blake so much when Zach came along.
I’m not going to go into too much detail as it would give a lot away. D Breeze has just become a staple in my author list. She’s set the bar very high for future books ire ad in this genre. I may also have gone on a one click spree of other m/m books.
Seeing Blake struggle with what was going on in his life, really hit home with me. Soulmates is something I believe and I believe I am lucky enough to have found mine. But to think that maybe I wasn’t his soulmate, How would I feel? Would I ever be able to move on? To be there along with Blake thinking he has found his soulmate in Carlie then BOOM Zach comes along. Blake doesn’t know what’s hit him and he struggles to deal with all his conflicting emotions. You can’t help but to go along on this emotional journey with him. There are ups and downs and even a few curveballs thrown in for good measure.
I think what I loved the most was, This could happen to anyone, there wasn’t a fantasy thrown in here, your neighbour, your teacher, Boss, this could happen and I loved the reality of that. It wasn’t always pretty. Everything screamed real life to me.
I finished this book two weeks ago and I’m still hungover from it, still fresh in my mind. that to me is a sign of a fucking fantastic book!
This does end in a cliff hanger but, god, it’s a good one, but don’t despair Book two, The Only Man is out 15th March (THANK THE WRITING GOD’S!!!)