Here’s the run down. Nikki is alone. All alone. Her brother actually just skipped town after bringing a huge truck and emptying her house out. So not only does she not have anyone left, she doesn’t even have a mattress to sleep on. Dillon has know Nikki since high school and liked her for just as long. In fact he even got in a fight with his foster brother Brett over Nikki. When there’s the slightest chance that her brother’s friends might come back and try to get more money from Nikki, Dillon jumps on the excuse to get Nikki to stay at his house with him. Oh, and he just happens to have a mattress there too.
The relationship between Dillon and Nikki and Brett was deep and complex. You keep rooting for it to work for them. They actually talk about the important things, rather than just assuming everything will magically work out. The sex scenes were scorching hot and I wasn’t ready for the book to end when it did. I wanted to know more about this trio and their future.
My only complaint was that Dillon and Nikki have a relationship before the triad comes together. Now this is just a personal preference of mine, but I appreciate my menages starting and ending together. However, the author wrote the addition of Brett very well.
Leah Braemel has written a menage with strong characters that I will definitely be rereading. I also look forward to reading some of her other works.