Inferno: Triple Thrill by Anna Leigh Keaton

Story: 7.5
Presentation: 9
Total: 16.5
Publisher: Cobblestone Press
Erotic contemporary ménage (m/m/f, m/f/m) (BDSM elements)
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Blurb: Brock has fantasized about men his whole life, but he loves women too—especially Yasmine, his wife. After a tell-all game of truth or dare, he admits the one deep, dark secret he’s never revealed to the love of his life. Months later they wind up at Inferno with Jeremy, the couple’s best friend.

The evening meant to fulfill Brock’s yearnings quickly becomes a night of adventure for all three, with a lot more love laid on the line than any of them could have imagined.

Review: For fans of Ms. Keaton, this is, of course, on your must read list where it belongs. The writing is tight, the sexual tension thick, and the sex scorching. I loved the premise and found all three characters likeable. I liked the story, but I have to say, it went a little off course as the story moved along. I adored the relationship between Brock and Yasmine. I loved how she wanted to see Brock’s fantasy fulfilled and she was going to watch. I loved that she gets involved—and between—Brock and Jeremy. But once the sex (which is hot!) gets going, I felt she took some of the fantasy away from Brock. She became the center of the ménage rather than Brock. He was concerned for her pleasure, enjoyed watching her be pleasured by Jeremy and Brock does see his fantasy fulfilled. But the point of the ménage, for this romance reader, was a little lost. In the end, the initial reason for the ménage becomes far more meaningful.

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