Author: Jennifer Cole
Series Connection A Delicious Taboo Plus Two
Genre: LGBT, Polyamory, MM-MFM-MF
Publisher: Loose Id
Melanie is alone and has a crush on two couples who frequent the bar she works at. When the both male couples make a pass at her and invite her to spend the night with the four of them, she doesn't think they are serious.
I hopes of getting Melanie to share their lives and realize they are totally series Van and Calen invite her to dinner at their place, without letting her know that they have also invited their friends and the second couple Melanie has a crush on, Philip and Jake. The evening turns into a weekend and the five find sexual bliss, but can this last?
Okay, interesting extension on to the ménage story. Lots of sex, sex, and more sex in the story.
Committed to one another and their union, Van Dansk and Calen Maxwell decide to spice things up by bringing a third into their bed. They intend to invite the lovely straight barmaid from the local gay/bi night club to join them in a ménage à trois. Their equally committed gay friends, Philip Weston and Jake Welland have the same intentions.
Melanie Drake has been secretly lusting over the seductive, teasing group of friends for six months. She's not delusional, however; she knows her infatuation with the two homosexual couples is completely one-sided and is content to keep her 'love affair' with the four hunks exactly where it belongs -- in her mind.
One night of alcohol indulgence leads the four men to proposition Melanie into going home with one lucky couple. She can't choose one couple over the other, because in her fantasies Melanie has all four men in her bed, together.
But that's just a fantasy, and fantasies aren't real.
Or are they?
Publisher's Note: This title is a re-edited, revised version of the book previously released by a different publisher, and contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual situations, masturbation, ménage (m/f/m, m/m/f/m/m).