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Joey W. Hill
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Tara Sue Me
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Mila Kerr
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C.J. Roberts
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Sylvia Day

A Table for Three (New York, #1)

A Table for Three  (New York, #1) - Lainey Reese In one sentence: So Riley is newly arrived in New York, she meets Cade, who after spending the night with her introduces her to Trevor, and they convince her to become their lover and submissive.But is it going to work out? That is the question, isn't it?"Rich and Dommish." That definitely applies to Cade and Trevor. If we hadn't learned that they were 34, I would have thought they were 16 because they never asked very mature the whole time. I am not saying that desperately wanting a menage relationship is immature because I have read plenty of other stories where it worked. But they kind of never got past me feeling like they they were two teenage boys who were ecstatic over their new toy.I don't compare every TPE novel to [b:Club Mephisto|9944698|Club Mephisto (Club Mephisto #1)|Annabel Joseph|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1292640626s/9944698.jpg|14838126]. Really. I know it seems like it sometimes but I don't. Honest. But I kind of have to this time. The way they wanted Riley to sit around naked in the Penthouse only focused on their physical needs, the way they didn't want her anywhere near the kitchen, and the way they were terrified if she set foot outside the penthouse without a keeper (and the way none of this was up for negotiation) was something that I hadn't quite seen before. Spoiler Note: I wish we had seen more of the time her parents were staying there. I have to think that cramped their style more than a wee bit.Oh, and Lots of Sex and Lots of Violence. Well, maybe not so much Violence although there was some, and Lots and Lots and Lots of Sex. I don't think anyone will have any complaints on that point.I didn't really find this to seem at all real but it was a fun fantasy.