Review: Dial M for Menage by Emily Ryan-Davis

Dial M for Ménage by Emily Ryan-Davis
Series:  Ménage on 34th Street (# 2)
Release Date:  March 3, 2014
Publisher:  Carina Press
Pages:  129
Source:  book provided by the author for review
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Katrina Holland began the new year by waking up with two men in her bed. Introducing marine Hunter Croft into her marriage was passionate and explosive—for Katrina and her husband Liam. But now that the honeymoon period is over and they’ve returned to the real world, can this arrangement ever work?

Liam Holland thought he had it all—a beautiful wife, great home, and a solid career. Only one thing—one man—eluded him. When he saw an opportunity to grab Hunter, Liam reached out with both hands, determined not to let go. But as the first rush of passion fades, Liam must identify exactly how far he’s willing to go to keep Hunter a part of their lives.

Hunter needs something only Liam and Kat can give him. But while he’s willing to change some aspects of his life to be with the couple, he’s a marine before all else. When a reassignment means relocation, he’ll need to move on—with or without his two lovers.

 

Review:  Sizzling Hot!!!!  Welcome back Liam/Kat and Hunter.  Warning you may walk away with a few extreme HOT flashes after reading this story.

We first met Liam/Kat/Hunter threesome in Ménage on 34th Street.  Gone are the miracles and thoughts of Christmas.  Inserted are relationships…husband and wife plus one.

The dynamics of this threesome not only heats up but brings more intensity into the relationship between the three.  As this threesome faces their insecurities we find that even with an open honest relationship there still are problems.

Hunter, who is in the Marines, really needs to keep this part of his life under wraps as it really could cause problems.  Not only does he face the challenge of keeping his relationship with Liam and Kat separate he also faces the challenge of dealing with his strong feelings of love for Liam.  There is talk of a reassignment which is an issue for all of them as they have finally come to terms with being permanent lovers.

Liam has his own insecurities just in being faced with the whole challenge of making this type of relationship work for all of them.  Then there is Kat who has seen the depth of the feelings that Liam and Hunter have for each other as if she feels she isn’t needed any more.

I really enjoyed how Ms. Ryan-Davis expanded on giving more detail and explanation of the relationship in this story.  She addresses the strength in each character and shows that they become stronger when they are a threesome then as individuals.  She brought more depth to the characters by showing the insecurities as this makes them more real; more believable within the frame of the story.  She also brought of that struggles that they go through as a couple and as a threesome to life which helps in adding to the reality of this being a different type of lifestyle.  Even though this isn’t what most would think as normal Ms. Ryan-Davis makes it seem very normal…she shows how each one is there for one another showing more of a realistic feel to the story.  Bringing their feelings for their family dynamics more strength as they come to terms with everything they have to deal with.

Ms. Ryan-Davis did a great job of keeping their individuality as they grew as a threesome.

This may be a different lifestyle but it works. So if you are looking for some…HOT STEAMY SEX or just something to get rid of that cabin fever pick up your copy and settle in for an enjoyable story.  You might find that you rethink how you look at your neighbors and friends.