K.A. Merikan – House Warm’D

house warm
Author: K.A. Merikan
Reviewed by: Vivian
Publisher: Acerbi&Villani ltd.
Genre: M/M Menage

Rating: ★★★★☆ 

Summary:   — How to make a house a home —

Dan and Kyle have just moved in together, but to make their new place cozy, Dan wants to make friends in the neighborhood. And what better way than to invite the guy next door over? Dan’s dirty minded boyfriend has been mentioning his interest in a threesome and Dan is ready to take the plunge. He’s willing to invite someone new into their bedroom, but it will only be happening on his own terms.
Terms that involve handcuffs, duct tape and a fake gun.
Review: Exploring the boundaries of their relationship, Dan and Kyle keeping finding something new.

Dan had all sorts of filth on his mind himself, but the stuff Kyle kept revealing repeatedly blew his mind.

This falls before CLOWN’D and after RAINBOW BASH’D in the timeline of Dan and Kyle stories. This one has a twist because it is told from Dan’s viewpoint. We’ve learned a lot about how Kyle thinks in previous stories and what he wants; this time we eavesdrop on Dan.

Dan is stretching himself, growing into the dominant lover that Kyle loves. He has moments of doubt and worry which makes them seem even more in love. I really liked how the characters are flushing out.

Sometimes, Dan thought that the role-playing Kyle was maybe not the ‘real’ one, but the most sexualized version of his boyfriend.

Adding something new to the mix–another guy–and Dan’s concerned about the consequences. I like how it unfolded, the scene Dan composed for Kyle. It is romantic, truly, even after all the nasty talk and humiliation play that rocks Kyle’s world. I was going to rate this 3.5 out of 5, but finally having Dan’s viewpoint was invaluable in understanding this couple better. So while it may not be as smoking hot to me as other stories, I loved the new facet.

Favorite quote:

That dick in his boyfriend’s ass wasn’t anything more than a dildo, an accessory to their wild sex life.


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