"Indiscretions" spanned a short period of just two days, during which readers got an inside view of what it was like for a couple to have an extra person in their bed. In the days of religion, propriety, and social acceptance, Vaughan, Lucerne, and Bella strive to enjoy their secret love affair.
This story was a bit slow action wise, and it mostly revolved around the complications that arise from a relationship between three people. Vaughan proved to be a selfish, unfair man who seemed more interested in causing minor pain and punishment rather than sweet pleasure. Lucerne was the middle man, stuck in a position he didn't enjoy. There was a lot of sex, both male/female, male/female/male, and male on male. The scenes were very graphic and quite easy to picture.
However, the ending dropped off abruptly, which might disappoint some readers. Overall, this was a decent book to check out, and short enough that it shouldn't take up a drastic amount of time to finish.
Genre: M/F/M Menage; Historical
Length: Novella (18, 918 words)
Eighteen months into a delicate ménage à trois relationship, Lucerne, Viscount Marlinscar is feeling the strain. He’s engaged in a constant tug o’ war as both his lovers compete to win his affections. Only, Lucerne’s not so eager to choose. Matter of fact, he’s beginning to wonder if he’s not the one that’s being left out, considering the effort Vaughan and Bella pour into tormenting one another.
When the three lovers attend a society music recital, jealousy again rears its head, which convinces Lucerne that it’s time to take matters into his own hands. The decision doesn’t go down at all well, particularly with Vaughan, who shows his displeasure by dishing out erotic punishments to both Lucerne and Bella. However, the tug o’war isn’t over until there’s a winner, that is, unless the lovers can put aside their differences and decide that all three can have the passion and satisfaction they derive only from each other, no matter which one of them is in the middle!
Publisher’s note: These characters first appear in A Gentleman’s Wager, a previous book in the Georgian Rakehells series.