Matthew Worthington is the younger brother of Daniel Ellis'
best friend, and as such, Daniel knows he has no business
becoming sexually involved with Matt. His conscience knows
he is right, but it's easier said than done. Being with Matt
a few months ago touched a chord within Daniel that he
refuses to acknowledge.
Finally, when Daniel seems to be on the same level as
Matt, Matt ups the ante and her name is Shannon Whitney.
Matthew Worthington is confident in his sexuality, and he
begins to see Daniel Ellis in a new light after their steamy
sexual encounter at a party a few months ago.
Daniel is his brotherís best friend, and Danielís ďloveíem
and leaveíemĒ attitude is well known.
Daniel is attracted to Matt as well, but his refusal
to commit to any type of relationship concerns Matt because
Matt knows that Daniel wants him just as much as he wants
Daniel. As if
things need to be complicated just a bit more, Shannon
Whitney walks into Mattís life, and his feelings for her are
just as strong as his feelings for Daniel.
Shannon and Matt begin a relationship that is loving and
desire each other and are not afraid to take what they want,
and after seeing Daniel and Matthew together, Shannon knows that she will not be complete without both
men in her life.
Now, if only she and Matt can convince Daniel that
surrendering to love is not the end of a relationship, but
the beginning of something that is beautiful and fulfilling.
The hardest part of being a reviewer is finding the words in
which to convey to readers how much I liked or disliked a
particular book. I am in this situation at the moment
because I am without sufficient words to describe the
feelings, and emotions, and intensity of
without sounding lame and stupid.
has to be one of the best M/M/F books I have ever read. Each
character loved without reservation, and they each loved in
their own ways.
Mattís emotions were intense and you knew what he was
knew he loved, and you saw the proof of it in his actions
was an open book in that she loved taking care of her men,
and they meant the world to her, which she showed in every
Daniel was the toughest.
His emotions were kept close to his heart.
Did he love Matt and Shannon? Yes, he did, but he was
scared. He was
hesitant to love as deeply as they loved him, and because of
this fear, I found myself teary-eyed more than once, and
begging him - out loud, mind you - to take a chance.
When he capitulated, the results were glorious.
is the third book of Violet Summerís series called The
was provocative, compelling, and so sexy, that at times I
found myself alternating between sweating and blushing.
I hated to see
come to an end, and when a book affects me in this way, I
have to Joyfully Recommend it.
was simply marvelous.