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The Foster Family - Jaime Samms

Growing up in foster care has left Kerry Grey with little self-esteem or hope for his future. A college dropout, Kerry scrapes by on a part-time job at a garden nursery. His friendship with his boss and working with the plants are the only high points in Kerry’s life. He’s been dating the man who bullied him at school, but when his boyfriend abandons him at a party, Kerry wanders down the beach to drown his sorrows in a bottle of scotch. 

Malcolm Holmes and Charlie Stone have been together for fifteen years. Despite Charlie's willingness to accept Malcolm's unspoken domination in bed,something is missing from their relationship. Early one morning, they rescue a passed out Kerry from being washed away by the tide and Charlie immediately senses a kindred spirit in the lost younger man. When Kerry’s roommate kicks him out, Malcolm and Charlie invite him into their home. As Charlie and Kerry bond over Charlie’s garden, Malcolm sees Kerry may be just who they have been looking for to complete their lives. All they have to do is show Kerry, and each other, that Kerry's submissive tendencies will fit their dynamic. 

But someone is sabotaging Kerry at every turn. As he struggles to discover the culprit, he fears for the safety of his new friends. If Malcolm and Charlie cannot help, their lifelong search for their perfect third may not end with the happily ever after they imagined.






I liked this book, I think the author did a good job by letting the couple work out their differences before trying to completly involving a third. However, it should not have taken them that long to say what they mean to each other. Through out the book though I felt Kerry was put to the side and was a tag along for Charlie and Malcolm, I could be wrong in my feelings. I still think that it was a good read. Lately I have been feeling like I am reading the some things over and over again when it comes to certain books that involve menage, they me fall madly in love and there is no conflict, no jealousy. While those are good it was good to see a bit of this story.

" —Maya Angelou "


“The first time someone shows you who they are, believe them.”



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