Get Off Easy

Carina: Harlequin. (Noble House Kink, Bk. 1). Jul. 2017. 336p. ebk. ISBN 9781488030703. $3.99. EROTIC ROMANCE, MÉNAGE
Grae plays voyeur at the exclusive Noble House, a sort of hybrid BDSM club, where members can log on or go in person. Watching two men from her past, Saint and Boyce, she is ever more drawn in. But Boyce appears violent during a session with Saint and another member, so Grae decides to pay a long-overdue visit. Insinuating herself back into their lives will mean Grae has to face the insecurities she ran away from years before. And if she is ready for that, can she help Boyce soothe what is revealed to be PTSD, as well as complement an already solid relationship between the two men? There is much discussion here of subspace and switching, as well as darker topics such as edge play, pain play, and breath play. Yet each time things seem to fall into place with the trio too conveniently, Brookes (Break Me In) challenges the recesses of mind over desire.
VERDICT For audiences well versed in stories of BDSM, M/M, and M/M/F ménage and also for those seeking plot-driven books and characters involved in what are currently considered alternative relationships. Note: This previously published title has been reedited for this release.

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