Reviewed by Kimberley
AUTHOR: RJ Scott
PUBLISHER: Love Lane Books
LENGTH: 36 pages
RELEASE DATE: March 10, 2016
Mark is finding his way in life after six years in the army. He’s always wanted to write scripts for TV, and for one show in particular, Tomorrow’s Game.
Half in lust already with the lead actor Zach, he is shocked when he ends up in Zach’s bed. Not just that, but Zach’s co-star Rob is part of the package.
Is this just hot sex or can two become three?
An erotic MMM short from RJ Scott, based on a previous story from 2010. Rewritten, re-edited and re-released.
This thirty six page novella tells the story of Mark, a former solder with dreams of becoming a screenwriter. His dreams is to write for one particular show which his favorite actor, one he has a crush on stars in. A minor accident at the studio’s entrance earns him an unexpected meeting with his crush and his lover.
The attraction between Mark and Zach was expected but the attraction to Rob wasn’t.
I’ve always liked ménage stories; I am really quite fascinated by them. It always interesting to see how the dynamics between thee people in a romantic relationship works.
Mark was expecting just a one off with the two handsome men; a day of sexual fun and games if you will. He figured the most he’d get out of it were memories but he ended up with so much more.
I really liked this story. I particularly liked how Rob’s role was sort of passive, he understood that Mark’s attraction was strongest towards Zach at first. I think that neither of these men were expecting to fall for each other, they just did.
The novella was thirty six pages but the author managed to pack quite a bit of story in. The storyline felt familiar, like these were characters from another story or something like that. It had this coming in the middle of s conversation feel to it That usually drives me completely nuts in other stories but wasn’t bad at all in this one.
I liked how fast the story develops between these three. It kind of had to with thirty six pages, yet it didn’t feel rushed or like you were missing anything. The HEA left the story on a high note.
I really enjoyed this one.