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B is for Beg: An age-gap M/M/M romance (The Alphabet of Desire Book 2) Kindle Edition
A photographer, a rope artist, and a model. Can three create a beautiful romance?
Apparently I'm a disaster—no steady job, brothers who have to help me manage my money, and I'm constantly late. When two very different men command me to be theirs, how do I pick? Or can I make them see I’ve enough love for both of them.
Cal, my best friend and a photographer, introduces me to Blake, a model. From there all bets are off as Blake’s attraction to both of us makes me see Cal in a whole new light. But will Cal and I be able to step beyond friendship into love when we both like being in charge?
Friends for several years, Gabe and I both like to be in control. When Blake steps in between us, my feelings are anything but rivalry. With the chance to have something amazing with these two men, I must now show Gabe with Blake’s help that friendship can lead to love.
B is for Beg is the story of three men discovering that shibari, blindfolds, sexy lingerie, and rules can change everything. It's the second of three steamy, low angst novels, which follow each of the ABC triplets as they find love. You can read Archie and Corey's stories in A is for Aftercare and C is for Comfort.
- ASIN : B094W1J3V1
- Publication date : July 13, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 1137 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Best Sellers Rank: #187,575 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Calvin is a Dom, Gabe is a Daddy and Blake wants to be both sub and baby boy to both sexy men.
POV… multi first person
Standalone or series… book 2 in a series timeline runs concurrent to book 1
Blake- baby boy
Looking forward to C is for Comfort to see Corey and Spencers story.
I’m loving this series! While I believe the books could be read as stand-alones, I think they probably work best read in sequence. I especially like how the three stories overlap; how there are situations that recur but from a different perspective.
Speaking of overlap between the books, I’m looking forward to Corey and Spence’s story and finding out why Lexi didn’t initially like Spence
Gabe and Calvin both wants Blake and Blake surprises them both with his answer
Top reviews from other countries
This is the second book in the Alphabet Of Desire series and,although this can be read as a standalone I highly recommend reading A is for Aftercare first.
This beautifully written romance grabbed my attention straight from the beginning and I didn't want to put it down.
As with the first book, there is so much I want to say about this story but, I don't want to spoil this for anyone.
I absolutely loved this book and I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending it!
The meshing of this story and story the others has worked well so far - though I still need to read Corey’s story.
I just found the Daddy part of the power exchange not explored enough. Sounding like it was there just to be different then the first Dom. There was emphasis on the Dom aspects of both Calvin and Gabe characters and also a lot about Shibari, but almost nothing about the Daddy aspect of Gabe.
As loads of other polyamory’s books, this one also lacks of details on all characters and on explaining how the feelings began. The love happened all of the sudden and we need to believe in it. It’s not something that you can see growing.
That is why was not a 5 stars for me, but I would definitely recommend.