A dangerous Marine. A tech genius. A brilliant scientist.
When Carly Kenan joined the secretive Trinity Masters in college, she received entrée to an exclusive club that gave her access to wealth and power. But there’s a price all members must pay—they accept an arranged marriage, between not two, but three people.
Ordered to return to the Trinity Masters’ headquarters in Boston, Carly meets Marine Lance Glassco, a mathematician for DARPA, and Preston Kim, a dangerously intelligent chemist.
Though on the surface they have nothing in common, it’s clear the Grand Master thinks that together the three of them can do something amazing. And that’s why he’s declared that Carly, Lance and Preston must marry.
Though the physical attraction is instantaneous and incendiary, Carly is unprepared for the emotional intensity of the ménage relationship. Pushed beyond her limits, Carly runs from Lance and Preston. What she doesn’t understand is that she now belongs to them, body and soul…and they belong to her.
When Lance uncovers a dangerous crime at Preston’s company, Carly is caught in the crossfire and the struggling lovers are forced to move beyond desire…to trust. For the Trinity Masters, there is passion and power in three.
This could have been so much more than it was. Mostly it was just people not communicating their needs and running away instead of dealing like adults. And no REAL reason was given for doing so.
I would blame the small word count/length of the story for the lack of character development, buuuuuuut I’ve read shorter books and books of similar length that do better development and they had 95% more plot too.
The so called “trouble” doesn’t show until the last 1/4 of the book and then it’s pretty much just over after a little keyboard tapping.
Also why was this whole book like “oh no! We can’t be a public trio!” Hello! It’s called Polyamory.
Also this should have been about the relationship development or the discovery of the embezzlement not both. The embezzlement felt tacked on like the author just need a little excitement to jazz up the ending. And besides ALL the mains knew they would end up in a three-way relationship one day, why in he HECK was there so much resistance!? They had 10years (but Carly’s count) to get used to the idea and yet there was still issues with 2/3 of the trio.