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Playing the Game - M.Q. Barber
Playing the Game
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She expects dinner with neighbors, but gets sex with a side of safewords.Mechanical engineer Alice still drools over her sexy neighbors a year after she’s moved in. She can’t decide whether they’re roommates or partners, but either way, they spark a wanton desire in her that has her... show more
She expects dinner with neighbors, but gets sex with a side of safewords.Mechanical engineer Alice still drools over her sexy neighbors a year after she’s moved in. She can’t decide whether they’re roommates or partners, but either way, they spark a wanton desire in her that has her imagination--and vibrator--working overtime.Henry, director of everything around him, studies human nature and applies philosophies to his paintings as well as his relationships. Quirky, polite to a fault, and formal, he follows his own code of honor even when it means denying himself.Flirtatious and playful, Jay needs stability, guidance, and to please others. His antics counterbalance Henry’s stuffy ways while he brings a level of vulnerability and fun to everything the trio does.BDSM play with the enigmatic artist and flirtatious joker across the hall allows Alice to put aside the linear thought processes which have kept her unsatisfied and distant with other lovers. She must dismiss her preconception of love, sacrificing her independence, if she’s to find a permanent place in their beds and hearts.CONTENT WARNING: Explicit sex, graphic language, BDSM, bondage, spanking, M/M/F menage.A Lyrical Press Contemporary Erotic Romance
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781616504908 (1616504900)
ASIN: B00IGFXAHQ
Publisher: Lyrical Press, Inc.
Pages no: 225
Edition language: English
Series: Neighborly Affection (#1)
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Rating: between 3 and 3.5* What did you think about the emotional development especially of Alice, but also of Henry and Jay?Aly: I think Alice advanced the most. She was more open about herself and her feeling then at the start. I liked how we could see the changes in them when comparing them to t...
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