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by Sloan Parker
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More by Sloan Parker

For fifteen years Luke Moore has lived by three rules: stay off his father's radar, never spend more than a single night with any man, and never fall in love again. But one night of explosive sex and two men he can't get out of his head have Luke breaking every one of his rules. Richard and Matthew push him past all his boundaries-both sexually and personally-and now he's no longer hiding from his senator father. He's taking him on. And he isn't just falling for one man. He's falling for two. If you're going to break the rules, might as well break them big.

But Luke's father has his reasons for hating how his son lives, and he'll do whatever he can and use all his power to keep Luke away from Richard and Matthew.

Can this threesome find a way to make their unconventional relationship last with the world around them trying to pull them apart? And will Luke be able to keep breaking his rules for Richard and Matthew, or will he head back to his old way of life just when his new lovers want to pull him closer?

This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and an all-male menage relationship.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781477635995
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/27/2012
Pages: 306
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.69(d)

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More 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
georga christmas More than 1 year ago
Loved this book
JacksonJG More than 1 year ago
Enjoyable read.    Interesting plot.  Story heavy on the sex.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hot and lots of m/m/m sex. An interesting twist in that all 3 MC's meet for the first time at the same time - usually two of them have been together before and bring in a third. Plus, this is just told from one MC POV. Half the story is sex, the other half is very intriguing story about how they come together, deal with the m/m/m relationship and the drama brought on by the first MC's family. This will be going on my "to be read again" list.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed this threesome love story very much. With all the complications the had to live through the three of them loved and trusted each other unconditionally to love and trust each other. Of course they had lots of hot sex too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love love love this book!! Can't wait 4 more in series. I love author sloan parker's books! Can't wait
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What a heartwarming story of falling in love,despite overwhelming odds to separate them. The sex scenes were HOT. Made so much better by the love and trust behind it.
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ReenaJacobs More than 1 year ago
Anyone in a relationship knows there’s plenty of drama to go around. Now add another person to the relationship and you’ve hit insanity. That’s “More.” Typically, three’s a crowd, but somehow the three men made it work even with all the crazy drama. Well, let’s break it down into a few areas. Storyline- “More” started out strong, which is why I purchased the book in the first place. However, it grew quite monotonous in my opinion. The novel was full of sex scenes, which I guess is expected in an erotic novel. But it reached the point I found myself just skipping over it in huge batches. The first couple of times were exciting, but after awhile, they all seemed to sound the same. Most of the sex didn’t drive the story forward, and I thought little would be missed as far as the storyline went if a handful or two were omitted. Eroticism – As I said, there were plent of sex scenes. However, I didn’t find them overly erotic. They seemed rather cut and dry. The mechanics were there, but the sensations were glossed over. What did it feel like to be aroused? at the moment of penetration? climax? I wanted to know what the characters felt, not just what they were doing physically. Realism – I think Ms. Parker did an excellent job of putting issues gay couples have in the forefront. It was easy to empathize with her characters. Life isn’t perfect. There is discrimination in the LGBT community. And often it’s difficult to fight back or take a stance. Sometimes, it’s just enough to hold on and hope for a reprieve. Romance – One thing for sure, I don’t know how they made the threesome work. I’d eventually get jealous not being the center of attention or end up with doubts on whom the guys liked best. All I can say is, thank god I don’d live in a society which keeps harems. Anyway, the romance didn’t do it for me. I don’t know if it was the writing or just my preferences. One thing I did learn about myself, which I’d forgotten, was I’m not into contemporary romances. I don’t read them–haven’t for a long time. I lost interest in them before I graduated high school. This gay romances read like contemporary but with a M/M twist. It wasn’t necessarily the writing, but rather the genre (erotic gay ROMANCE). One thing I did love was the ending. It brought the novel to a complete circle.