j.a. huss

#FirstLineFriday: Taking Turns

I think the phrase the more the merrier is most applicable when it comes to sexual gratification 😜 haha! I love reading books about polyamory relationship because I like to see how the author plays with the dynamics between the characters.

The thing is in majority of such books, even though initially the characters had an unconventional relationship, I don’t like it when they ended up in a conventional one. I understand most romance readers goal is the conventional HEA, but I read to escape reality. I want to push boundaries. I want authors to sell me the idea that HEA could work when there’s more than 2 people in a relationship, even if emotions only involved with the main couple. Maybe I should just pursue such things in real life instead of waiting for it to happen in fiction hmm? 😋

 

★ Book Details ★

Taking Turns (Turning #1) by J.A. Huss
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Blurb:

I’ve never been afraid of the dark…but that doesn’t mean I wanted to live in it. And maybe everyone wants what they can’t have, but I should’ve thought it over before I accepted the key and unlocked the door to their forbidden world.

Number One is mostly silent. He watches me with them very carefully. His gaze never wanders. His interest never wanes.

Number Two is mostly gentle. But it’s the other side of him I like best. The wild side.

Number Three is mostly reserved. He refuses to cross the line. Even when I beg.

It was carnal, it was sensual, and it was erotic. That’s it. That’s all it was supposed to be. A trip into the dark. A peek into the forbidden.

I just didn’t expect to like them.

February 2015 Top Pick

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February Top Pick

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February 2015 Top Pick

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Three, Two, One by J.A. Huss is a dark erotic suspense book that seemed to be either make people love it because they get it with some patience (one character’s motivation wasn’t reveal until the very end), or people hate it because they can’t/won’t see beyond the surface. The two male characters in the book were in porn industry and the female character was a slave escapee, and it’s a ménage relationship. So it’s not something everyone can handle, but the story had a good build up, I love the characters and it messed with my emotions. A perfect recipe for a Top Pick.