Switching Payne was a good book about two men finding their third lover for a love so complete. The tragedy of Payne’s past was a bit tedious as we only got bits and pieces throughout. That did make it a little slow going. I did like the heat between Braxton, Payne and Flame. It was well written and I wanted them to stay together. There was a good push and pull because of Flame not knowing if he wanted to try a trio with Braxton and Payne The way Amber Kell wrote it brought the story together to a great ending.
Braxton has always loved Payne even though Payne’s abusive past made their love life a little hard for both men. When they meet Flame, an artist in Metals, they both feel the instant attraction for the man. But Flame isn't sure he wants to be part of a trio. But as he gets to know both men he finds he's attracted to them together and separately. Can he and Braxton save Payne from his past and will Payne decide that his past can't rule his, Braxton and Flames future?
If you enjoyed Cattle Valley: Physical Therapy by Carol Lynne, or Threesome Interlude by Sienna Matthews, then this book might just be for you! Make this one of your top romance novels of the year!
The path to love is never smooth and the lives of three men prove harder to balance than two.
Payne's traumatic past has always been a barrier in his relationship with his lover Braxton. However, when they meet Flame, a metal artist, they think they might have found a solution to their problems.
Flame doesn't know if he's ready to be part of a trio. Brax and Payne are madly in love and he would rather be alone than a third wheel. However, the two determined men have decided to make Flame a part of their family and the combined power of men in love can't be denied, even when death knocks at the door…
It takes a little compromise and a lot of love before three people can find a way to make a life together that meets all of their needs.