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Loving on the Edge
by Roni Loren

  • E-Book – Estimated Print Length: 127 pages
  • Publisher: Penguin InterMix (September 16, 2014)

E-Galley provided by publisher for review.  No remuneration was exchanged and all opinions presented herein are my own unless otherwise noted.

…Three lovers reinvent the meaning of togetherness and find out if love is truly enough…

Two dominant men, one beautiful woman. Jace Austin knows he doesn’t have what you’d call a conventional relationship with Evan and Andre, but it works. Boy, does it work—until Evan starts acting strangely and Andre’s ex-fiancée pops back into his life, unbalancing a perfectly happy threesome. Jace is forced to face the unthinkable: that the two people he cares most about in this world are in danger of slipping away from him.

So Jace plans a surprise getaway to a secluded mountain cabin for the three of them. And he knows exactly what he needs to do: give both his lovers a fantasy week they’ll never forget. And the possibilities for pleasure are endless.  But when they get snowed in and the heat between them reaches a fever pitch, secrets come out. And Evan has one that could change all their lives forever.


My Take!The trope that is used within the pages of this book is not revealed above or in the first few pages so, to be fair, I won’t spoil it.  I don’t like this particular trope very much but Roni Loren uses it to explore the emotional aspects of unplanned situations in unconventional relationships, in this case collared-polyandry.  And the action between the three characters is very hot and loving.

A lot of different sides of a BDSM triad are explored:
What are the rules for exposing a more submissive side of one of the Doms in front of their sub?
How do two men share a sub?
How to make it all official?
It must be the hardest kind of relationship, and insecurity must be something each partner constantly has to work on. I think it would take a lot of commitment.  In this story, truly being secure is something each character has to believe for the relationship to move forward.

Without being pedantic Roni  brings us on a weekend trip where the menage part AND the D/s part are developed in a relationship of interesting individuals.

This is a short entry into a longer series about BDSM. I’ve liked the other books by Roni I have read. She knows her topic and writes about it well.  I have read a few books about Polyandrous Triads and I think it is a very interesting topic and she has given us an extra glimpse into the lifestyle.


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