Thursday, May 25, 2017


Publisher: Pride Publishing
Date published: April 2016
Contemporary, Erotic, Gay, Ménage
Reviewed by Gabrielle (
Obtained via publisher

Rating: 4 Hearts

Mac is more than ready to prove that Terrebone has stolen the statue called the Golden Dancer. Mac has become obsessed with this and when he finds out that Daniel Terrebone has now gotten his hands on the real-life dancer Trelain Medveyev, Mac rushes to the rescue. What he finds is far from what Mac thought he would find and soon Mac begins to see something more than just a thief in Terrebone.  Now what is Mac going to do? He must find the truth of the story as well as the truth of his own feelings but which one will win? Can Mac find a way to have his story and his happy ending or will he lose everything before he can truly have it?
Tara Lain weaves a wonderful story in this book. Each of the characters are strong and grow in their own way and together they are unbreakable. Each man compliments the other and is more than ready to support the others. Mac, Daniel and Trelain are wonderful together. Their love is so strong it is almost a tangible thing. I truly enjoyed Mac the most. He grows so much through this tale and must make the hardest or easiest choice of following his heart or letting the best men to come into his life slip away. Daniel and Trelain decide to let their hearts rule and embrace this adventure with everything that they have.  When a threat to Trelain comes Mac and Daniel must rely on one another to get through it. Seeing the three form a bond was a nice read and I especially enjoyed seeing Mac and Daniel find their way. Love is something that should not be ignored and these men learn this lesson the hard way.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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