Review: Asher And The Threesome

Asher And The Threesome (Asher, #2)Asher And The Threesome by Zoe Nichols
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Blurb:
Asher is furious when Derek suggests they need to spice up their love life. He thinks he ought to be plenty enough for his hunky lover as is. But when Derek brings hot bartender Dean home with him after work, Asher starts to have second thoughts. Maybe adding a little extra to their bedroom antics wouldn’t be so bad, especially as amazing as Derek and Dean are together. Will Asher give in and give Derek something new and different?

Review:

Derek decides that since the elevator incident was the most explosive sex they’ve had in a while, why not continue to spice things up? He deftly handles Asher as he suggests it but fails to explain what exactly he has in mind, leaving the normally confident Asher reeling and upset, thinking his boyfriend is growing tired of him. It’s a tantalizing glimpse that shows Asher as a reformed party boy, who has fallen for the man who will keep him and love him, exactly as he needs. Now he feels that foundation rocked and scrambles to figure out what it means.

Asher’s humorous turn through the internet leads him to horrifying sights, overlooking the almost mundane in comparison gift that Derek brings home from the bar. Enter Dean, good-looking bartender from Derek’s bar business who lent an ear as Derek asked for help. It’s clear what Derek wants and almost against himself, Asher is interested.

I don’t think its giving away the story to say these three work things out to a scorching end. Asher is given more depth, with his insecurities and transitions from sex kitten to demanding lover to wanting reassurance from his lover. Derek remains a bit of a mystery, his character, while not flat, is given little more depth than we already have seen. It’s clear that Asher is the focus of the two brief stories, even amongst the three men in bed.

Again this is a scorching tale, slightly longer than the previous one and introduces another hot character to existing, intriguing duo. These are two that would benefit from a longer novel, as they have depths that could bring about a lovely tale. Asher has such angst already. If they stay as sips, I expect the sex to stay incredibly hot and the focus on the stories. Maybe my curiosity will be answered by a longer sized offering giving them more depth and dimension.

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