Out of the gate, I knew this book was going to be different. There's a love triangle, but all parties are aware of it and it works for them. Hmmmmm, really? I couldn't understand why anyone would want to live this way, but after meeting Stewart and Paul, I got it. I got that they each gave Madison something the other couldn't. Their story makes for a complicated, crazy, beautiful love story. And that's what this is…..a love story. Madison says it throughout the book, if it works for them, who are we to judge? But someone is judging. Someone who only sees them at the surface. And when the shit hits the fan and Madison's worlds collide, all hell breaks loose. The writing os this book is spectacular. It's super steamy (Madison has a strong sexual appetite), sexy and engaging. I was hooked from the first page. And I love a book with a WTF moment. This one is a doozy, I actually had to put the book down and walk away for a minute. It was that good. I could see why Madison was in love with both men, and I loved them too.
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“She fucks because she loves it and loves through it. It is her gift to the world, and I am lucky enough to be a part of that world.”
“But often, it is the forbidden that is the hottest, and the depraved that is the most arousing”
”It is what I have come here for, it is what I want. I need the domination, the edge of insanity that he barely holds in check. I need the madness in his eyes, the pure need that breathes through his body, the need that only I can satisfy.”
In some ways, I was so ordinary. Waking up in bed with my Paul, my surfer boyfriend, our life filled with sandy toes and tan lines. I stocked books during the day and danced with him to Bob Marley at night.
In other ways, I was unordinary. I'd dust off the sand and step into Stewart's limousine. Zip up my evening gown and slide into my other life. Champagne and maid service. Quickies in between board meetings.
My life was a tide, pulling me back and forth between the two men. Soothing. Peaceful.
Then the undertow came, pulling my lives together, my men colliding, my breath shortening, arms flaying against the current, my heart breaking in its strength.
I should have known it would never work out.