Micah and Trip are wonderful together s mates. Let that be a lesson to myself and everyone. As he meets the chef, he finds himself giving his small mate pleasure right there in the diner before demanding the little man go home with him. Micah Fury has always been alone from the very moment he was able to understand what the word meant, and when the sexiest man he has ever seen comes to the place where he works demanding Micah go home with him, he jumps at the chance. Basically it starts out as a fantasy. Only two real questions remained in my mind by the end of the book. Not everyone is cut out for the typical one-on-one relationship and the fact that alternative lifestyles are hidden is wrong.
I can come up with the entire story within minutes, the plot, the setting, everything although it never remains that way. I believe for a writer to influence the reader the author must have an idea or even experience in those genres. But things did get better. The story line was a lot less disjointed feeling to me in this book. Long walks on the beach, and a man or men to keep her warm in the cold winter months of England is her idea of perfection.
The story line was a lot less disjointed feeling to me in this book. Writing about those who live an alternative lifestyle is something that is near and dear to my heart. Her mind races ahead two or three books. Perfect of her own, she will just have to sit back and write about others finding theirs. With that knowledge also come fun, eroticism and quite frankly, orgasms. Long walks on the beach, and a man or men to keep her warm in the cold winter months of England is her idea of perfection. That is the easy part.
Micah has a lot to deal with when his past is suddenly revealed, and I was glad to see that Trip stayed with him all the way. But I did buy them together without really reading about them first. Can the two make it work, or will they lose a best friend? In doing so he allows himself to masturbate in front of the man. I hate to use the same name time and again and quite honestly dislike the majority of the names out there, and so it always takes me a while to come up with the names. Some of us like our relationships—especially the sexual aspect—to be fun and exciting.
This is the reason for my writing. Everybody has different fantasies about their lives. Confronting the man about it proves to be tempting fate as the two realize they have been harboring feelings for one another for weeks now. My ideal fantasy would be myself in a loving, committed relationship with not one but two amazing men who just so happen to be lovers with each other. Instead I allow myself to write when I am overcome by inspiration, when the mood takes over.
When his parents go away for two weeks, Jake asks Nate to stay with him. When a trip to New York comes up for the two, Jack must put his ego aside and allow Joshua to help him out of what could be a financially ruining situation for Adlib. I would like to think I aim my stories to anyone open-minded enough. Which kind of people do you aim your stories at? With this third book, the plot is beginning to crystallize, and some very interesting revelations are taking place. Who would be your ideal hero? Moving to Texas seemed like a good idea, and the fact the man is a Dom sure as hell didn't go unnoticed-that is until he finds himself with a mating mark for life and a very real werewolf mate who wants him always.
Not everyone is cut out to be straight and in a straight-laced relationship. Everybody has that little side to them that nobody realizes exists, but erotic fiction provides us all with the reassurance that it is ok. Have the other two and don't hold out much hope for them either. Her mind races ahead two or three books. When I often daydream of my next hunks to fall in love, I think of my own.
Will their new relationship work out, or is it doomed to end before it even begins? When I come to giving my characters names that is where I falter. The main characters are more interesting to me, more fleshed-out even though they are still fairly basic. Well, there is a third question, but answering the first one or reading more of the series would probably answer that one too. And when, on the very first page, Dark heard footsteps and turned to find Trip walking towards him in werewolf form, I almost quit reading right then. Book reads as if it were written in chunks then the chunks put together without making it seamless. To throw a schedule into this and it will feel much like a job, a boring mundane job where the flame of excitement will eventually die out.
Now he sees someone he desires more than any other, but he can't have him. It actually got to the point I broke one e-reader and now have to use my iPad. Others fall for somebody of the same sex or of a different race. Upon arrival he is met with the sweetest scent he has ever come across. My iPhone is full of notes, ideas for future books.
Have the other two and don't hold out much hope for them either. There are people who wish to be with more than one person and are but cannot have it legal. Will the billionaire ever have a boyfriend? All he knows is that the idea of sleeping with a woman doesn't appeal to him. Moving to Texas seemed like a good idea, and the fact the man is a Dom sure as hell didn't go unnoticed—that is until he finds himself with a mating mark for life and a very real werewolf mate who wants him always. I myself have been affected by this.