Friday, April 8, 2011

Review: More by Sloan Parker

More by Sloan Parker

Publisher: Loose Id
Genre: Alternative Romance

Heat Rating: 4



For fifteen years Luke Moore has lived by three rules: stay off his father's radar, never spend more than a single night with any man, and never fall in love again. But one night of explosive sex and two men whom he can’t get out of his head have Luke breaking them all. Richard and Matthew push him past all his boundaries—both sexually and personally—and now he’s no longer hiding from his senator father; he’s taking him on. And he isn’t just falling for one man; he’s falling for two. If you're going to break the rules, might as well break them big.

But Luke’s father has his reasons for hating how his son lives, and he’ll do whatever he can and use all his power to keep Luke away from Richard and Matthew.

Can this threesome find a way to make their unconventional relationship last with the world around them trying to pull them apart? And will Luke be able to keep breaking his rules for Richard and Matthew, or will he head back to his familiar way of life just when his new lovers want to bind him tighter?

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Male/male sexual practices, menage (m/m/m).

Ren's Review

When I first started reading this, I wasn’t too sure where it was going. The main character, Luke, seemed angry and not very likeable. He walks into a bar with one agenda and one agenda only: empty and meaningless sex.

He meets up with Richard and Matthew and then they decide to do the do, without realizing that they are forging a connection that is hard to let go.

What I thought was going to be strictly a sex-romp between three men, turned into something more, sorry about the play on the title.

Luke and his father have a nasty history together. His father is one of those anti-gay hate-monger politicians who makes no bones about it. Luke wants to live his life on his own terms but his father has other ideas. On a side note I am at the knowledge that there are people that act like this and worse.

The relationship between the three men develops naturally and believable in that it could possibly work in real life. Richard is older, more experienced and provides the voice of reason and logic. Matthew is the innocent young one. You can’t help but to fall in love him. One doesn’t over shadow the other, each man brings something to the table.

Oh and the fact that there is plenty of hot, hot, HOT sex helps as well. You can never go wrong with that.

Apparently this is Ms. Parker’s first book and I am very impressed with it. If you want a hot ménage love story that is suspenseful as well as intriguing, this is the book for you.

5 Tea Cups and a Recommended Read!

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