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Our story begins with the beautiful ballerina named Gray-short-for-Gracelynn-but-never-Grace. Gray has spent most of her teen/adult life dancing. It is a strict profession. You have to dedicate so much of your time, energy and life to your craft. Because of that, she hasn’t dated much. She now has a boyfriend named Ian. A boyfriend who is interested in… sharing her with his best friend. At first, Gray is completely shocked and appalled. But Ian’s best friend Jasper is someone she is attracted to. And Gray’s life has been so structured and predictable… maybe this one time she wants to do something different, something risky and new.
What she didn’t expect is for Jasper to be so much more. To have any real feelings for him.
Jas is a much different man than his best friend Ian. Sure, he’s shared women with him before, but he knows Gray is different. She’s not a random girl, she’s Ian’s girlfriend. And as much as he wants her, he’s not sure if it’s something he’s comfortable with. So when Ian first asks him, he doesn’t jump at the opportunity. But the more time he spends with Gray and the more he gets to know her, the more he begins to want her, no matter who she belongs to. Jas and Gray actually have conversations, and it becomes more than just sex.
One night between the three of them will change everything between Gray and Jas. The connection they share is something so much deeper than anything either has felt before. It puts the both of them in a confusing situation. They both want more from each other, but where do they go from here?
Jasper knows Ian doesn’t deserve a girl like Gray, but he’s not sure he does either. It’s disconcerting to him. She makes him feel different. Better. Makes him feel much more than he’s ever felt before with anyone. And he doesn’t know how to handle those feelings.
Gray and Jas attempt to stay friends after their time together- to stay in each others lives. When given ‘permission’ to go farther with just the two of them, is it something that they will be able to handle? A night without rules and regulations… will their feelings get even stronger, more confusing, or both? It’s something that will complicate everything even more. That’s for sure.
I loved Jasper and Gray together and the relationship they had. And lets get one thing straight… I HATED IAN. Now that it’s out of the way, that is why this love triangle didn’t bother me. Because one of the people in it was a complete and utter manipulative tool. What Gray and Jas did never once felt like cheating to me.
Gray and Jas were both conflicted about their feelings, their actions, wants, needs and desires. I feel like that showed a lot of character. A lot of people don’t care enough to feel like they were doing something wrong in that situation but they did.
Jasper was a beautiful man inside and out. He had strong character, he was domineering and alpha, but also emotional and beautifully broken. As much as I loved Gray, Jasper stole the show for me. I loved the way he saw Gray- the way he made her see herself. And the way she showed him that he was worthy. They really complimented each other.
This is a story about choices- deciding to follow your head, or follow your heart. Following your head and sense of loyalty, or taking a leap and doing what your heart desires. It’s a struggle when your head and heart don’t match up. Gray and Jas both dealt with that struggle and it was heartbreaking to watch.
This author writes the best sensual and passionate romances. The steam was off the charts, but that wasn’t even the best part. I loved the growth that both main characters exhibited. I loved that they brought out the best in each other. Their connection was palpable. You could feel the strength in their bond. Elizabeth’s writing is fluid and flawless. I love the way she tells her stories.
If you’re looking for a beautiful romance that is emotionally charged, full of angst and will keep you on the edge of your seat, pick up The Rules Regarding Gray. It was an addictive read that captivated me from the start. Even though I was anxious while reading, the end left me completely blissed out. This is a book that comes highly recommended by me. A full 5 stars.
Gray is a ballerina that is coming to the end of her career, and when she has a life-changing injury, she must come to terms with the fact that she may never grace the stage again. But it’s not just that, she also has a long-term boyfriend, Ian, who is anything but conventional in the bedroom. So when he proposes having a threesome with his best friend Jasper, he sets in motion events that will end up changing their lives forever.
I had really high hopes for this book; like I said, I like the taboo, but unfortunately this book missed the mark. Each of the characters was so over the top, whether it was the alpha or the doormat, I had a hard time connecting with any of them. I didn’t believe the connection between Gray and Jasper, and I had a really hard time understanding why Gray would even give Ian the time of day, he was truly a reprehensible character, but without a real reason to be so.
The book begins promising, the threesome scene was definitely hot, but by the end I was bored. The sex became gratuitous to the point that I just skimmed. After so many encounters it is okay to fade to black, we get the point.
This is the first book I’ve read by the author and while this one didn’t work for me, I’m sure there are many out there that would like it. It’s a quick read and I’ll definitely give the author another chance, but this lacked any meaningful depth.
I enjoyed reading the story for a variety of reasons. The pacing of the story was good. It kept my attention the entire time. The writing was tight. The grammar was correct as was the spelling. The H & h were likable characters. No TSTL behavior by the h.
SPOILERS: Another reason is that while it started off as M/F/M it was not a permanent menage a trois. Rather while initially the H started off as someone to add to the sex but not in the relationship with the other two, it evolved to the H & h alone. Also it had a HEA that I enjoyed with an epilogue. I have read approximately 10 books that are M/F/M. Out of those, the majority were eventually reduced to only M/F. Most of those that became M/F I questioned whether the H & h would be sexually satisfied with only each other over the long haul, that eventually they would want to add another M or F back into their life. I did not have those doubts with this book. While the H had other 3 ways with his best friend, who was the boyfriend of the group, the H was never in love before he met the h. Also the epilogue shows us far enough in the future to show that the relationship is working. In addition, the h was relatively inexperienced. She never had a 3 way before but was a relationship type of girl. Prior to her current boyfriend and the H she had slept with only one other man. She was a relationship type of girl and participating in the 3 way was an aberration.
I liked that the H & h were faithful to each other, even though a period of separation. I was concerned that would not be the case.
The only things that I did not like about the story was the that H pushed the h away to much and that both the H & h let the boyfriend have too much control for too long.
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