Relationships are hard enough between two people…can the four of us make it work? Or is love nothing more than a four letter word?
Polyamory…the first time Riot says the word, it feels like everything slots into place. Maybe I’m not greedy for loving both of my best friends at once…
For most of my life, I didn’t think I could ever have the kind of love I’ve been dreaming of, but somehow a sexy bartender with a major sweet tooth is making it all seem possible.
Maybe Riot is right: our capacity for love is bigger than most people let themselves feel. But will Leo and Hudson feel the same? Will they be willing to try to build this beautiful, complicated life with me?
If I can keep them from ripping each other’s heads off that is…
*** This is book two in the Love Logic series and can be read as a stand-alone. This is a MMMM story full of love and heat.
Love Logic Series, Book 2
M/M/M/M Romance, Menage
Release Date: 03.20.20
“Bish, hold up,” Hudson says, wrapping his thick fingers around my bicep to pull me to a stop. My heart beats harder at his touch, everything in me insisting I melt into him and give him anything he wants. After all, it’s what I want too.
I swallow hard and turn to face him. “What’s up?” I ask as casually as I can manage.
He steps closer, crowding into my space until all I can feel is the warmth of his body and all I can smell is his spicy whiskey body soap and a hint of the alcohol on his breath. He cups my face, and the move is so familiar at this point I don’t think I could keep myself from leaning into it if I tried.
“Come home with me?” he asks, his voice a low murmur that vibrates through me and strokes my cock awake without any effort.
“I…” My brain is foggy from the booze, but more than that, my body is quickly getting drunk on Hudson’s closeness. If I say yes, I know we’ll have a fun night together. He knows exactly how to touch me, exactly how to make me come so hard I’ll see stars for hours. I sway into him, my cock fully hard just thinking about how Hudson’s bare skin feels against mine. “Have to go home…alone.”
Hudson’s shoulders sag. He strokes his thumb across my cheek without saying a word and I wonder if he’s hoping to change my mind. His hot breath ghosts over my lips a fraction of a second before his mouth is on mine. I brace for a hungry onslaught, steeling myself to refuse him again no matter how good the kiss is. But, to my surprise, his lips move slowly against mine, which is strangely harder to resist than if he shoved his tongue down my throat and started grinding his erection against me. I put my hands on his chest, curling my fingers around the fabric of his shirt and parting my lips to deepen the kiss.
It’s entirely too easy to get lost in the sweet rhythm of his mouth, the familiar taste of his tongue, the comforting feeling of his body against mine.
He breaks the kiss without warning and I drag in a breath in an attempt to get my thoughts back in the right order.
I’m fairly certain I have read at least one of this author’s books before. I liked it, but it didn’t leave a lasting impression to go search out other titles. But this became available and I am always intrigued with how an author tackles polyamory. Because it can be really good, or really, really bad. And this one, was really good.
Bishop, Leo and Hudson were best friends practically since diapers. But when they were teenagers, Leo and Hudson- forever in one competition or another- want to know who kisses better. So they ask Bishop to judge. And from that moment, Bishop knew he was in love with his 2 best friends.
Flash forward 16 years. Although, the timeline was a little wonky for me. But it hardly matters. Anyway. Bishop is still in love with his best friends, even though his best friends no longer speak to each other. He hooks up with the hot bartender one night, but doesn’t want to lead him on. Because of that pesky unrequited love for two men. Until Riot- the bartender- explains polyamory. Suddenly things start clicking into place.
Over the course of the book, relationships are formed. As a whole, and as individual couples. There’s math involved to tell me how many couples there are, but that is too much work. But the author does take the time to nurture and grow each individual relationship. Without being too long, boring, or tedious. No one was left behind. No one came out as the alpha couple. They were all equals. After some past hurts were worked out. That past hurt between Leo and Hudson was kind of anticlimactic to me, but it is what it is.
If you want an honest, loving, really good look at polyamory and what it means to all parties involved, this is the book for you. Because polyamory doesn’t mean just a foursome, but all individual relationships cherished within.
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Author K.M.Neuhold is a complete romance junkie, a total sap in every way. She started her journey as an author in new adult, MF romance, but after a chance reading of an MM book she was completely hooked on everything about lovely- and sometimes damaged- men finding their Happily Ever After together. She has a strong passion for writing characters with a lot of heart and soul, and a bit of humor as well. And she fully admits that her OCD tendencies of making sure every side character has a full backstory will likely always lead to every book having a spin-off or series. When she’s not writing she’s a lion tamer, an astronaut, and a superhero…just kidding, she’s likely watching Netflix and snuggling with her husky while her amazing husband brings her coffee.