Longing for Kayla was a great read. I really liked the characters. Chris frustrated me for a while because he could not accept his feelings for his best friend at first. This story had plenty of deep emotions that were very genuine. Everybody had been denying their feelings for years and years because nobody wanted to risk their friendship with each other. The new ménage had to deal with reality after they were isolated at a cabin. The dose of reality gives everything a more genuine feeling. I would recommend this story to people who enjoy ménage titles. I will definitely be looking at other novels by this author.
After dumping her boyfriend during her birthday ski weekend, Kayla runs to the two men she can count on, her best friends, Jesse and Chris. Reckless and hurt, she throws caution to the wind and confesses her deepest fantasy—to be with two men at once.
Jesse and Chris have shared women before, but Kayla is not like other women. She knows them better than they know themselves. But what she doesn’t know is that Jesse has a forbidden fantasy of his own. When she discovers it, she encourages Jesse to go after what he wants with Chris in the bedroom, opening a whole new world to the three of them.
In love with Kayla for as long as he can remember, Chris is excited to finally have her, but he never expected to desire both of his friends. He’s straight. How the hell can he want Jesse as well? With everything changing, can these friends move beyond what they’ve known and find a way to build on the newfound love between them?