Melt Into You is one of those books that has you under its spell from the very first page. Roni Loren has created wonderfully flawed characters who are in need of not only embracing who they are, but redefining how it is they measure their worth. It takes Evan, Jace and Andre a bit to get to the point of knowing exactly what they want and not being afraid to admit it. The journey we take, as readers, to watch them get to that point is emotional, heartbreaking and well worth it.
Evan Kennedy has spent a long time reinventing herself from the heartbroken, desperate girl she was at sixteen. Now invested in ensuring her fiance’s dreams come true, she’s willing to sacrifice her own happiness and desires for his. When she’s gifted with a weekend at The Ranch, she’s not sure what to expect. But it most definitely wasn’t to run into the one man who broke her heart into a million tiny pieces.
Jace Austin can’t believe it when he sees Evan in the newbie sub line, but he knew that he had to have her, no matter the cost...even if that means leaving his best friend, Andre, alone for the weekend. But Evan surprises him with her willingness to be his sub and to let Andre join them.
When real life interrupts their time at the Ranch, Jace and Andre discover they don’t want their time to end with Evan. Instead, they decide to use what little time they have to convince her that the three of them were meant for each other.
The only obstacle standing in their way is Evan and Jace’s past and whether they can leave it there.
Her first love has returned, and he's brought a friend...
After running away from home and the boy who broke her heart, Evan Kennedy has kick-started the perfect new life with her celebrity fiancé. So what if said fiancé prefers guys? She knew the deal. And with her ticket to The Ranch, an exclusive resort where any fantasy can be satisfied, she knows she can find someone to fulfill her less-than-traditional desires on the side.
She just never expected that man to be Jace Austin, her old heart-breaker--all grown up, hard-bodied, and holding out a collar. She knows it's probably a world-class bad idea--especially since Jace has brought along his buddy Andre, who's every bit as irresistible. But if they can stick to the no-strings rules, so can she.
Too bad Jace has never been so good with rules. Evan is convinced "forever" is a word used only in greeting cards, but Jace and Andre have one last fantasy of hers left to fulfill. It's time to go big or go home. And neither man has ever been a fan of going home.