- File Size: 434 KB
- Print Length: 137 pages
- Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (October 29, 2013)
- Publication Date: October 29, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ET28R8W
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #151,626 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Rhythm of Three (Rule of Three Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I enjoyed that the author let us see the obstacles these three have to face and the compromises they each have to make in order to make their relationship work. Chris faced the dilemma of having to inform his conservative parents about not only being in a ménage relationship, but also being in love with his best friend, Dag. Chris has had a more difficult time adjusting to this new relationship since he never saw himself being in love with another man. I liked how Chris took his time to try to understand his feelings and ultimately how he ended up handling it.
Kassidy had her own decision to make about letting her friends and family know about her relationship with both men. She also had to face Chris' parents' reaction and the consequences that followed after their revelation. Another issue this threesome faced and had to compromise on was about money. Chris and Kassidy did not want to be financially dependent on Dag, who had no qualms about wanting to help out and pay for things since he was wealthy.
I adored Dag the most in this story because he had always been in love with Chris but unable to reveal his true feelings for fear of rejection. He was also the one coming into Chris and Kassidy's established relationship as a couple and turning their dynamics in a whole new direction. I loved how true to himself he was and how far he would go to defend Chris, Kassidy and their relationship.Read more ›
The book picks up exactly where we left off in Rule of Three, which was perfect. The relationship was brand-spanking new and would be facing some known and unknown obstacles in the near future.
You could feel the desire dripping off of Dag every time he and Chris were alone together. I mean, the air was crackling with sexual tension. I found myself wanting that desperately for them but was also a little nervous with how intense it would be. They needed to explore each other, yes, but I was still crossing my fingers that their passion wouldn't overshadow their polyamorous relationship- Not that they'd drop Kassidy or anything but still... those guys had A LOT of pent up steam that was finally unleashed!
Overall, I think the sex scenes in Rule of Three were my favorite but Rhythm of Three was smokin' too. The spotlight was totally on the guys, which was way hot. It was very intense! (Don't worry, Kassidy had uber-delish scenes with them too!)
There was a teaser about Kassidy's persistent friend but that was hardly an issue at all (thank Gods). I was very happy there wasn't that kind of angst in this book! Things were complicated enough as it is.
When Chris' parents found out... felt super bad about their reaction even though it was expected. I'm glad he told them, even if the way he did it wasn't well thought out.
The gifts they bestowed on each other were wonderfully beautiful. And the house situation was solved perfectly.
Hoping to get another book about them in the future- there's a lot of story that can be told from their relationship. I want to see little Dag and Chris babies running around!
I read the Rule of Three and loved it. It showed the three characters falling in lust and love - all three of them. In this second installment, I felt like Kassie was a complete afterthought in the relationship. Honestly, it felt as if Dag only paid her attention to get Chris turned on - she was just a means to get to what he really wanted Chris - you see this clearly in the kitchen scene. I understand Chris' focus on Dag since he is just getting used to these feelings and desires, but again Kassie was just his security blanket. Given time, it felt as if Dag and Chris would have been completely satisfied together, but Kassie was a bit of a "beard" for Chris. Maybe if the author showed a physical connection between Chris and Kassie while his parents were visiting or a scene where Dag is so turned on by her without Chris around, but that didn't happen. There were too many times in this book when I said, if I were Kassie I would be asking if they even wanted me around any more - but she kept happily bouncing around as if she wasn't the third wheel.
Honestly - I wish the author stopped at book one, since it was one of my favorite threesome romances.
I highly recommend both books and hope to see the thirds one soon!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Enjoyed this story a lot! Hot sex scenes but with great character development. I really liked the characters and got attached. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Red
I found Kelly's first book Rule of Three by accident but I was hooked from the very first chapter. Rhythm of Three is no disappointment. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Laura Bowles
In the follow up to Rule of Three we find the triad adjusting to their new relationship and the biggest decision they have a t the moment is deciding whether or not... Read more
so many questions and so many obstacles, is it worth it? they don't think people will accept their trio. family and friends have their opinions..... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Kellli
Great 2nd book! Really like the dynamic approach of each character and the truth behind acceptances. Would love a third book!Published on July 22, 2014 by Brittany Smith
I loved these books, really enjoyed them. There's a certain spark when a threesome occurs and the male is involved with the other male. Read morePublished on July 10, 2014 by Amazon Customer