Between Brothers by Lauren Gallagher
Publisher: Carnal Passions
Length: Full Length (251 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/F, M/F/M, Ménage
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Fern
There is no way people would go to the lengths they do to get sex if it was really this bad.
That’s what Marisa is thinking after yet another frustrating night. She doesn’t want a relationship. She doesn’t want love, at least not right now. What she does want is some of the hot sex that everyone else raves about…and she doesn’t know where to start.
Enter Darren Knight, Marisa’s best friend and longtime crush. Offering a casual sexual apprenticeship, he helps Marisa gain the confidence to ask for and get what she wants. A sizzling new world opens up for her, including BDSM, stripteases – and Darren’s sexy brother, Eric.
But can she take her newfound confidence to the next level and live out her ultimate fantasy?
Between Brothers is a ménage of a different sort. It’s not about the evolving relationship between the trio and the road that takes them there. This is a story about a woman’s discovery of herself, what she wants in life, and more importantly, what she needs to satisfy her sexually.
Marisa faces a situation that many can relate to. She’s separated from her husband. She’s in a rut. And her sex life is in the toilet. She isn’t happy, but doesn’t know how to rectify the situation. Desperate, she begins going out with different men. The hope is that she’ll find one that fulfills her fantasies and gives her what she needs. After repeated failures, she turns to her best friend, Darren. One conversation reveals her secret attraction, and they enter into a steamy ‘friends with benefits’ kind of relationship. Soon after, Darren’s brother Eric expresses an interest, and what was once a simple way for Marisa to learn about herself gets a tad more complicated when she begins sleeping with him as well.
This is a scorching hot story that flows at a brisk pace while steaming up the pages. You’ll enjoy watching Marisa blossom from a repressed woman confused about her sexuality to a confident vixen that knows what she wants. Lauren Gallagher has written the story in such a way that you’ll take the journey with Marisa via a strong 1st person narrative. It’s effective, and gets your attention from that all important first page.
I thoroughly enjoyed Between Brothers, and I’m certain others will as well. Definitely check this one out.