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Dinah's Dark Desire Paperback – May 19, 2007
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Top Customer Reviews
Dinah had always loved Taylor and Ian as the best friends they were, but since she went to live with them, she never took their sexual innuendos and teasing serious because she knew they were lovers. Little did Dinah know, but Taylor and Ian wanted a women in their relationship that they could both love, and they were determined to make sure she know their intent. They both knew only too well Dinah was in a delicate state, and planned to do whatever it took to gain her love and trust. As they all get closer, she wonders what it would be like to be with them both, and when she experiences it, knows some changes are coming. She has some decisions to make.
Just as Dinah warms to with the idea of a permanent relationship with Taylor and Ian, they run into Ian's former girlfriend Cait. She instantly dislikes Dinah, and Taylor isn't happy with the reunion either. Taylor later explains that Cait and Ian used to be an item, and that she still wants him exclusively to herself.Read more ›
Ian and Taylor are lovers but they also have a desire to add a woman into their relationship - permanently. They've been friends with Dinah for years, and had even hinted at a more intimate relationship before she'd gotten involved with Brad, but Dinah never took them seriously. Ian and Taylor are determined to help Dinah build up her self-esteem and show her just how good loving them could be.
Ian and Taylor had been aware of Brad's controlling nature and the toll it's taking on Dinah's sense of self worth, but they were not aware of any physical abuse until Taylor found her lying on the floor of her apartment beaten badly enough to require a few days of hospitalization. Taylor and Ian agree that Brad will never get another chance to abuse her in any fashion and insist on her coming home with them. She agrees - but only for a few weeks. Three months later, she's still living with them and Ian and Taylor's sexual innuendos are becoming more frequent. Dinah isn't sure how to respond to their `teasing.' She admits to herself that she's attracted to both men, but she's a one man kind of woman, isn't she? What if they aren't serious and reject her? Their normal Friday `date' night ends with her experiencing ecstasy at the hands of her two best friends, and Dinah realizes that in the middle of an Ian and Taylor sandwich may be exactly where she wants to be.Read more ›
Dinah has a violent boyfriend who leaves her hurt. She has two friends, assumed gays, who take her to the hospital and then to their home so they can help her recover. However, the two friends, Taylor and Ian, want more of Dinah than her friendship.
As I said, the book is good but I think it would be better if the development of Dinah's feelings towards the two friends were more deeply checked and worked.
But it's a good, hot reading, without a doubt!
Dinah has been best friends with Taylor since they met in college and there is nothing that they can't talk about. When he comes out she doesn't judge him like a lot of others instead she embraces another best friend, his gorgeous boyfriend Ian. Now she has two hunky best friends (the author continually tells us how muscular and hunky these men are although I have no idea what they look like as she never really described them) Anyways, Dinah's always been a bit of a doormat, allowing her father and then her live in boyfriend Brad to berate her and finally in Brads case, beat her unconscious. When Dinah awakes in the hospital it's Taylor and Ian who come to the rescue, taking her home with them and caring for her while she recovers.
At first Dinah doesn't take their flirtations and sexual innuendos too seriously but she soon learns that the pair wants her for a third in their relationship and they want her keeps. The boys know she's in a fragile state but they're willing to take things slowly, to gain her love and trust no matter how long it takes. Dinah isn't sure if she'll ever be ready for `that' kind of a relationship, but she does know that Taylor and Ian make her feel complete and when she's between her guys she's the most aroused she's ever been. It's just going to take some time for her to trust again and figure out exactly how things would work.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is in my re-read stack and the first time I read it was when the story was first published ('06). It's still a good read. Read morePublished on December 17, 2013 by ShellyB
While the book is much shorter than I prefer, don't let the shortness fool you it is still very great none the less. Read morePublished on August 21, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Great book. Could not put it down. Great chemistry between the characters. Some pretty hot meetings. I like reading Mechele Armstong's books and will continue.Published on March 31, 2013 by D. Huff
Super sexy menage tale!! Loved all the hot and steamy scenes. Well written story with lots of heart.
The menage is also really well handled. Read more
While this book is short, which makes it a quick read, it isn't really captivating.
While there is a sequel to this book, I do not plan on reading any more in this series.
This book was very disappointing. The story line was semi-interesting but the main character Dinah was boring with a capital B. Read morePublished on October 10, 2009 by Mdouglas
I loved the concept of this book, but I felt it could have be fleshed out a little bit more. It seemed rushed to me. Read morePublished on December 3, 2008 by Amazon Customer
I really really liked the book, and thought the short summary of what the book was about helped me decide to buy it. Read morePublished on October 26, 2008 by Sharon Y. Patton
Whether male/female/male ménage is your thing or not, one thing is for sure, Mechele Armstrong is a fantastic writer. Read morePublished on August 14, 2008 by J. Kaye Oldner