Sunday, 24 March 2013

Beyond Eden (Eden 1) - Kele Moon

The Book
Release Date:  1 September 2010
Three lifelong friends find themselves tangled in a web of love, pain and dangerous secrets in this erotic Garden of Eden tale.

Tall, dark and handsome Danny Carlow has always gotten whatever he wants except for the two he wants more than anything-his best friends, lovers Paul and Eve. Determined, he waits like a snake in the grass, poised for the right moment to offer them a temptation too delicious to resist.

Artist Eve Everton makes the painful decision to leave her true love Paul for the siren call of New York City. Ten years later, with her life in shambles, she returns. When Paul's waiting arms aren't available, Eve falls for Danny's charm and finds herself a willing accomplice in the dangerous games Danny plays.

Former college football star Paul Mattling is now a successful attorney with a bright future ahead of him. But behind those brilliant blue eyes are secret desires for a taste of the forbidden. Will he play it safe or give in to Danny and Eve and bite the apple?

Reader Advisory: Not for the faint of heart, the pain in this story is vivid and real, the emotions even more so. Haunting and poignant, Beyond Eden presents a darker side of BDSM. You might gasp. You might cry. You might find yourself reading it again and again.

My Opinion  5 STARS
**Provided by Netgalley and Ellora's Cave for an honest review**

WARNING: contains threesomes, guy on guy action as well as girl and guy action.

A seriously hot book.

The reader really brings you into the BDSM world with this story but keeping it as realistic as possible. You are able to identify with the emotions displayed by all parties and they the book is profoundly compelling to read.

This is honestly one of the best BDSM books i've read and i don't normally like the whole guy on guy reading aspect. In fact it gave me a bit of a shock to start reading it when i wasn't expecting it.

This book will leave you gasping, squirming, crying, smiling and laughing.

I throughly recommend this book.

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