His Very Own [NOOK Book]

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Adam Roper packs his car and leaves his home in New York City to start a new life in Miami, Florida. After a full day of driving, he stops in a small town to buy food at the local grocery store. He offers to help an old woman with her groceries, and before he knows it, he's eating dinner at her home with her son and his wife, the two most attractive people Adam has ever met--Scott Emerson and his wife, Sasha. Scott and Sasha once ran wild together, but settled down when they had their daughter, Colette. Now Sasha...
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His Very Own

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Overview

Adam Roper packs his car and leaves his home in New York City to start a new life in Miami, Florida. After a full day of driving, he stops in a small town to buy food at the local grocery store. He offers to help an old woman with her groceries, and before he knows it, he's eating dinner at her home with her son and his wife, the two most attractive people Adam has ever met--Scott Emerson and his wife, Sasha. Scott and Sasha once ran wild together, but settled down when they had their daughter, Colette. Now Sasha works as the town's only doctor, and Scott spends his days raising Colette and struggling to write. Both of them long for a taste of their former lives, and they think a night spent with Adam will scratch that itch. But Adam is just more than a random one-night-stand. Can the three of them arrange a more permanent solution and give Adam a place of his very own? Genres: Contemporary / Menage (M/M/F) / Group Sex / Bisexual (M/M)
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000161722
  • Publisher: Amber Quill Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,331,165
  • File size: 236 KB

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There was no way to reply to that. Adam's throat was tight as he watched her place the lime between her lips, a small drop already trickling down her chin. When Scott handed him the tequila and the shot glass, he poured it automatically, hypnotized by the way Scott bent over Sasha's breast and licked a wet path along the upper curve. The salt pebbled her skin, making Adam's mouth water. He wanted to be the one licking it away, the one knocking back the tequila, the one slamming his mouth to hers to suck away the lime juice. Even the temptation to lean forward and kiss away the remaining droplets clinging to Scott's lips was almost too much to resist.

Sasha's eyes were black, her nipples hard and visible through her bra. "What's the craziest thing you've ever done?"

Adam cleared his throat, but his voice still sounded a bit hoarse when he spoke. Scott settled back against the couch, his tongue darting out to catch a bit of alcohol lingering on his lips.

"This. Definitely. I've gone home with people a few times, but I've never done anything like this." He looked down to the shot in his hand and wondered if they expected him to take his turn with Sasha.

"We used to do this all the time." It was Scott's turn to shed his shirt, though there was nothing hiding the musculature of his chest when he tossed away his garment. "You're just the kind of guy that always drove us craziest."

That seemed fair enough, because Scott was just the sort of man that always caught Adam's attention. He clearly did not spend his whole life sitting behind a computer--his body betrayed hours of either exercise or physical labor. A trail of hair disappeared into his waistband, and Adamwanted to follow it with his tongue.

"Why?"

"Because you're the kind of guy who doesn't miss a thing." Scott poured out more tequila, his long fingers captivating where they curled around the bottle. "The one standing at the edge of the floor drinking it all in." Picking up one of the lime slices, he leaned forward and slid it into Adam's mouth, Sasha's eyes tracking every inch of the movement. "The one who made us work to get his attention." He wet a fresh spot on Sasha's stomach, and salted it. "The one who always made it worth it."

Sasha groaned out loud when Scott licked the salt away. With his pulse pounding in his ears, Adam watched him toss back the shot, then grab Adam's shirt front, yank him forward, and slam their mouths together.

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  • Posted May 5, 2010

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    Interesting, but Lacking

    This was my first book with a male on male scene. It was well written, but the book itself left me a little blah. I couldn't get into it. Grandma brings home a play toy for her married son and his wife, but never catches on with the sexual chemistry? The smart daughter doesn't seem to catch on to the sexual chemistry either. Since I'm from the south, I found this book to be just a bit unbelieveable. And the entire storyline was not really engaging. I just couldn't get into the story.

    The sex scenes were good though.

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