Revelations by Jet Mykles

Heaven Sent Series, Book 6

Loose Id

Contemporary Ménage (M/M/F)

ISBN: 978-1-59632-983-6

Reviewed by Sabella



Gretchen is all but worn out after the last couple of years managing the dynamic Heaven Sent band.  Still, lazing about and having her assistant Owen around, looking all sexy in his youthful enthusiasm, Gretchen is having a hard time keeping her hands to herself.  But she will because Owen is way too young for her and Gretchen is only looking for a good time.

However, when Gretchen has a command performance on behalf of “her boys” she meets Archer Thanos – a man that completely enthralls her and leaves her wanting for nothing in the bedroom department.  But like all things it always gets complicated – Gretchen and Archer have a good thing going, but Archer wants to bring Owen into the mix.

Will these three strong willed people be able to make it work or will their respective secrets cause their relationship to implode?

Revelations has all the trademarks of an excellent Jet Mykles story and it delivers in spades!  Gretchen, even though she is a dragon when it comes to “her boys”, is really looking for a comfortable relationship that provides plenty of lava hot sex and no strings.  She gets plenty of the former with Archer and Owen, the latter is harder to resist since Archer and Owen wind their way into her heart without her permission.  Owen wears his heart on his sleeve for all to see, except for Gretchen, the woman he has lusted after for longer then ever.  Archer is an operator, and unabashedly blatant about it.  When these three finally come together it is as explosive as you could expect and more.  Owen is the emotional glue that holds Gretchen and Archer - the hard heads - together and talking about their feelings.  Jet Mykles has once again delivered an installment to a series that was hard to top! Revelations is by far one of the most fun romances that I’ve come across in a long time. Don’t miss out - pick up Revelations today.


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