The Montgomery Ink saga continues in a seductive romance where a runaway bride and two best friends might just take the chance of a lifetime.
Ethan Montgomery thought he had his life figured out until the moment he and his best friend met a woman in a wedding dress drinking wine out of a paper bag. He might work too many hours and always seems to put his family and friends first. Still, when he finally opens up to Holland and Lincoln, he may just get everything he’s ever wanted.
Holland Yeaton made a horrible mistake, and running out on her wedding seemed like the only thing to do at the time. Taking the next step of her life on her own won’t be easy, but now she has two sexy and bearded strangers to help her figure out exactly what she desires.
Lincoln McClard has loved his best friend for as long as he can remember. Only he’s never dared to do anything about it. Instead, he puts all of his sexual frustration into his art. As soon as he meets Holland, he realizes exactly why he waited for Ethan and what has been missing all along.
However, it’s not only the three of them in this tangled and steamy relationship. And if they aren’t careful, it won’t only be their feelings that get hurt…and broken.
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I was a little hesitant about listening to this book. I don't usually do menage books. It's just not my thing. But I have to say that Carrie Ann Ryan does justice with this story. I was drawn in by the emotions involved. Each person has their own issues and has to learn to deal with them.
Holland is a runaway bride. Ethan is a workaholic. Lincoln is an artist with artist block. But somehow they all work together. They provide the needed support to each other. So it was only natural they should become lovers.
This book has all of the emotions. The love, lust, guilt, acceptance.
Tor Thom nailed this book. He made me feel the guilt that Lincoln carries because of what Damien did. He made me feel the fear that Holland has over getting emotionally involved with Ethan and Lincoln. He made me feel the pain that Ethan felt, both physically and emotionally, when he was attacked and the aftermath. Kudos to you Tor Thom for a job well done.