Garrison is content being married to Julia even though he is a bisexual. That is, until he realizes the man he has the hots for is interested in him. Too bad his job as a detective has him busy dealing with a serial murder case. Good thing, the sexy lawyer is also on the case and it gives him a reason to see him.
Keaton might be a shark in the courtroom, winning almost every single case he tries, but he is submissive in the bedroom. It's hard to balance his work life with his private life and finding someone that can handle both aspects of his personality.
When they realize they all know each other and there is desire between the three of them, things get hot. But, can three really make a relationship instead of two?
The serial murderer isn't going to wait for them to figure out their situation. He is on the hunt for dommes and isn't leaving much behind for the police to use to find him.
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This was a new author to me. Not sure why I haven’t read Ms Orman before but I will certainly be looking into her books. I really enjoyed Flawed which is in the romantic suspense genre and was an extremely hot read. Julia is a Domme for hire during the summer and the rest of the year she is a teacher. However she is a Domme with a difference: in her own bedroom she submits to her husband Garrison. Garrison is a detective, who happens to be bi-sexual; he is also attracted to the prosecutor Keaton who is assigned to his most recent serial killer case. Not only is Keaton bi-sexual, he is also submissive and unknown to each other Julia is his Domme. The chemistry between all the combinations whether it is Garrison/Keaton/Julia, Garrison Julia/, Garrison/Keaton or Keaton/Julia is sizzling. When the truth comes out and they all find out that they are linked, it sets the scene for an awesome story line. But can two become three without jealously or feelings being hurt? When the serial killer targets Julia will they be able to work together to save Julia? Will the outstanding sex lead to a committed relationship? You will need to one click this book to find out.
Julia is a domme for hire but a submissive for her husband. Garrison his happy being married to Julia but as he is bisexual and now that he knows Keaton is interested in him his desire for him grows. Can the couple happily include a third? A serial killer is going after dommes, is Julia safe? Fast paced read with lots of suspense. The sex is hot and the chemistry is great I loved it!
Julia and Garrison are a happily married couple. Julia is a professional Domme, and her husband is a cop—and Dom. They are perfectly content with their off the charts love life, until a sub gets both their attention. Keaton’s a lawyer, and he and Garrison have crossed paths professionally. There is an underlying attraction between the two, but Garrison thinks there could possibly be more than just their attraction to one another. This ménage is quite different from what I’ve read before. I loved the Dom/sub/Domme dynamic. Julia and Garrison are quite secure in their love for one another, so the occasional playmate invited into their bedroom isn’t a big deal. They invite Keaton to join them for some fun, but will that be enough for them? Add a serial murder that Garrison and Keaton are trying to capture, and this is a well-rounded story. The suspense was good, the scorching heat between Julia, Garrison, and Keaton will melt your panties and/or boxer briefs! Told from three points of view, I loved getting to each person’s head and seeing the story from different angles. Rachael does a wonderful job of capturing three distinctly different personalities with such similar wants and needs. I really enjoyed this story and give it 5 stars.