Desire's Edge [Razor Trilogy I]by MARGIE CHURCH, K.B. CUTTER
Desire's Edge is an erotic, insightful novel about one of today's most controversial topics: polyamory. Amy has a core need to occasionally be sexually dominant with her husband, and he's not getting the message. Her solution is very unconventional. She want hers best friend, Raine, a lifestyle Domme, to mentor him. Initially, Bryce thinks Amy's crazy. Raine brings a… See more details below
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Desire's Edge is an erotic, insightful novel about one of today's most controversial topics: polyamory. Amy has a core need to occasionally be sexually dominant with her husband, and he's not getting the message. Her solution is very unconventional. She want hers best friend, Raine, a lifestyle Domme, to mentor him. Initially, Bryce thinks Amy's crazy. Raine brings a new level of excitement and kink to the marriage. What they thought would be a temporary situation evolves into much more, especially when Amy and Bryce develop deeper feelings for Raine. Their newfound intimacy makes all three examine their views about love and sex outside marital boundaries, their sexual identities, and the definition of family. Embracing an inevitable destiny, the triad lives on the razor's edge of a happiness many will never know. Razor: Desire's Edge is a must-read for all those who saw, or heard about Showtime's controversial series, "Polyamory: Married and Dating." This groundbreaking, erotic trilogy continues in Razor II: Love's Storm. LR Cafe Award nomination for Best BDSM novel of the year; Margie Church nominee Best Author of Year.
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Amy and Bryce Gage, he's in commercial construction, she's a budding interior designer, and they are a happily married couple. Or are they? Amy wants more, more control over their sex life. But, Bryce is dominant - in everything. Enter Raine, Amy's best friend, and a Domme. Can she help Bryce give up control, or will it destroy her friend's beautiful marriage? What does Raine want from this? What does Amy really want? Is there more to this than meets the eye? Can any of them give up the control they so cherish and learn to truly love? This book is light BDSM. Not as heavy as 50 Shades of Grey. When I started it, I was expecting it to be heavier than it was, and was surprised at the lightness of the BDSM compare to some others I have read. The story is good, very enjoyable and easy to read. The characters are endearing and I would love to know more of what happened to them! I also found the secondary characters interesting, and would like to see more of them as well. 4 of 5 stars
Razor gave a new twist to bdsm within a loving relationship and still kept it hot and left you wanting more! Cant wait to see what these authors have in store for the next one!