[Siren Menage Amour: Erotic Consensual BDSM Menage a Trois Paranormal Romantic Suspense, M/M/F, HEA]
Chris Spinell, Jilly Reimers, and Chris “Nate” Poole are happily married. Now living in a small town run by The Love Play Matchmaking Service, Chris Spinell hopes his family is safely away from the possible dangers that come from living in a big city.
Jilly and Nate cherish the life they have with Chris. They even love the fact that he is their Dom. BDSM gives them the structure and sense of belonging they’ve always wanted. However, life in Minaqua doesn’t give Chris the peace of mind he needs in order to quell his anxieties. The scars from his time in Afghanistan run so deep, Chris’s PTSD will not allow him to escape the fears that his family is at constant risk for harm.
When a stranger comes to town seeking to harm Jilly and Nate, Chris’s protective instincts are put to the test. Will he deal with this reasonably, or will he do whatever it takes to defend his family—including breaking a solemn oath?
Chris chuckled. Not a problem.
He never told anyone other than Jilly and Nate about his friends who were former military and BDSM practitioners. He knew Jilly and Nate wouldn’t speak about it to anyone nor would the other members of his BDSM group. Their name of their group and its purpose was a closely guarded secret among them.
It was more proof that the Eros had some mystical way of keeping tabs on the inner matters of their clients’ hearts. Nevertheless, it was damn weird and embarrassing, not to mention annoying. If they could do this, he wondered if they kept tabs on how he fucked his husband and wife, too.
I am contacting you to say that you are now entering a new phase of your love walk. As scary as it may feel, press forward and trust your heart. That is where the truth lies, not in the anxiety that you
often feel, the Eros wrote.
What do you mean? Chris texted back.
Be willing to take risks with yourself and your family.
I don’t agree, Chris replied. I refuse to play Russian roulette with our lives.
Without risks, you won’t grow.
All I know is that I have to protect my family, Chris replied ...It’s my life. Not anyone else’s. I make the decisions.