Dive into a trio of MMF polyamorous romances from NYT and USA Today bestselling author Madelynne Ellis.
Secrets, kinks and unfinished business…
Evie’s world turns upside down when she finds a naked stranger in her shower with mysterious ties to her boyfriend’s past. She and Ross have never kept secrets, until now.
Taking risks isn’t Ross’s style – not anymore – but he’s never been able to say no to Kit. Memories of their wild adventures still spice up his sexual fantasies – fantasies that could cost him Evie’s love, if she knew.
Meanwhile, bad boy Kit knows he’s playing fast and loose with Ross and Evie’s relationship, but he’s convinced the risk is worth it.
As their lives become ever more entangled, and past mysteries resurface and grow legs in their sleepy rural community, their loyalties to one another are put to the test. Can three people ever form a stable relationship, especially if they’re not all telling the truth?
YOU, HIM, & ME:
Her two dream guys are both hot for her, but what she really desires is for them to want each other.
As the designer for an opulent gothic wedding, Remy Davies is under pressure. There’s the over-stressed bride, a trinity of vampire-obsessed bridesmaids, a wayward groom, and then there’s the best man…
Silk looks as if he was drawn by a manga artist - beautiful, exotic, and with a predatory sexuality. She has to have him, in her bed, and between the pages of her new catalogue. Remy is about to launch herself into the alternative fashion world, and Silk is going sell it for her whether he knows it or not.
But Silk is nobody’s toy, and for all his androgyny, he’s determinedly heterosexual. Pity, since Remy’s biggest fantasy is to see him making out with her sort-of-boyfriend, Japanese biker, Takeshi.
ANYTHING BUT ORDINARY:
Their ‘no strings’ affair is about to get complicated.
One disastrous marriage was all it took for Ric Liddell to give up on commitment, so when his ‘no strings’ arrangement with Zach Blackwater and Kara North hits the rocks due to a plague of interfering busybodies, he retreats to what feels safe — sex, filthy sex, and even more filthy sex, in no particular order.
Zach wants Ric, and not just for their connection in the sack. When his lover hurts him, he’s willing to look elsewhere for the stability he craves — and he doesn’t have to look far, because Kara’s right there.
The guys are hot, and the sex is dirty, but for Kara, caught in the middle of Zach and Ric’s emotional absurdity, it’s painfully clear their threesome just can’t last. Unless — they can somehow set their fears aside and accept they need one another to be whole.