My Madness Level : Between Okay and High Madness
How much of a Madness : Not a big fan of menagerie but I really enjoyed this one.
What brings the Madness :
- It’s a steamy read, it’s really..really…really super steamy, the hotness is off the roof, got me hot and bothered most of the time, it’s been a long time since I read a book this hot, so yeah it’s really interesting.
- The story, aside from the steaminess and the menagerie, I love that they’re also struggling with the idea of menagerie, it’s fun when it’s just to spice up your relationship, but when hearts involved, everything is getting more complicated. I don’t agree with menagerie, for fun maybe, but the idea loving two men, I really can’t get it, so I love how it also hard for them to decide.
- All the characters, they’re all so loveable. Lilith is what I called a cool girl, smart and feisty and knows what she wants. Clay and Travis…damn…these two men…they’re so different but totally what I need and want.
- The neighborhood, yup drama..drama…drama. Who doesn’t love drama?
What Madness I don’t like : The menagerie…I know…I know this book is all about it, but still I can’t get my mind around it.
Level of this Madness Recommendation : TOTALLY RECOMMENDED FOR EVERYONE WHO’S LOOKING FOR STEAMY READ FULL OF DRAMA.
Where to buy this Madness :
My Madness Review : Goodreads
The Blurb :
On the surface, my new boyfriend is a stiff, buttoned-up architect. He plans every detail of his life while carefully maintaining the walls he’s built around his heart. But when the biggest project of his career pulls him away, Clay’s solution is both temporary and unconventional. It even comes with a name—Travis. This handsome stranger is sweet and thoughtful. He’s only meant to be a stand-in, to fulfill my needs under Clay’s watchful direction, yet these two men couldn’t be more different. The one thing they share? Well, I guess that would be me. One gets off on my pain, the other on my pleasure, and it awakens a desire none of us knew existed. But it can’t last. Eventually I’ll have to choose. And it’s going to destroy us all.