Suncoast Society – 42
Melanie’s ready to give up on her love life. Then she meets the Silva brothers, and the fraternal twins teach her more than she bargained.
(Contemporary BDSM romance, MFM, reverse harem, hero with autism, HEA)
Writing As: Tymber Dalton
Release Date: 01/09/2017
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After nothing but bad luck, Melanie’s ready to give up on love. She puts herself in her friends’ hands and goes with them to a shibari class at Venture. Seems her luck changes when she meets Kirby and his fraternal twin brother, Davis.
Kirby and Davis are immediately smitten. While fully independent, Davis falls on the high-functioning end of the autism spectrum. Even better, Kirby realizes Melanie seems to understand Davis in a way few people ever have. Davis knows he’s not the easiest person to live with, but Melanie soothes his mind in a way like no one else. He’s willing to do anything to make this work.
As the three of them settle into their dynamic, Melanie can’t believe she’s got not one, but two sexy Doms of her dreams. But when a jealous ex and a deeply buried family secret both explode at the same time, will it jeopardize the happiness that finally seems within their grasp?
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Tymber strikes again! Her books just keep getting better and better. This story is especially good because it shows that all people need & deserve love. Her characters are fully fleshed out, as usual, and the plot charges forward. Love how the "bad guy" (in this case a self-centered girl) gets her just desserts at the end. Will read again after some time passes.
I love this series and in particular this book. Davis is a great character and I hope we see more of him in future books.
Everytime I think Tymber can't get any better, she proves me wrong. This story of Melanie, Kirby and Davis proves that Tymber is one of those authors who is a true storyteller. I loved how she wrote the characters in a such a way that I totally understood what Davis lives with on a day to day basis. I guess that is one of the things I love about her books, is that she deals with everyday problems that thousands of people deal with on a daily basis. Wonderful story with wonderful characters. Melanie, Kirby and Davis made their relationship work even though they had a stalker going after Melanie and the parents of Kirby and Davis dropping a bombshell on them. You could FEEL the emotions with all the characters. Get this book, you won't regret it!
An excellent read! The way Tymber approached the subject matter was right on point with my own personal experience. And a nice twist at the end 🙂 Worth reading a few times!
Another amazing read! Shows that we all have that someone out there. No matter who we are. Thank you Tymber!
Great addition to an awesome series. Always enjoy this author and her characters. I love how her characters talk and think.
Another great Suncoast Society book. I like that the author touches on different characters issues. She did a great job in her research and by reaching to people personally experiencing the issue. The story as always reaches in and grabs you by the feels and leaves you happy and anxious for the next book.
Can you say "home run"? Tymber Dalton does it again. She manages to touch on delicate topics with caring and dignity. I will ALWAYS recommend a Tymber Dalton book!
I was waiting forever for this book. I was not disappointed. Although, this book was far more tame, than some of her other books but I loved this dynamic. Davis was a great read and although the book was about all three it really focused on Davis. I saw no problems with that. Davis was a unique character and I truly loved him.
Melanie falls for two completely different brothers, Kirby and Davis, and then realises why they are so completely different, but how will they react when they’re finally told the truth and how will Davis’ ex react to being told he’s no longer interested? What I loved most: the discussion between Davis and Melanie in chapter 13, Davis’ reactions to Melanie, his patience with his brother, how Melanie ensured Felicity got her comeuppance. I really loved this poly romance because I have an Aspie son. I didn’t get why Kirby was so annoyed with Davis at times, because I find Aspie directness easier to deal with than “normal” people’s pussyfooting around subjects. I loved Davis’ fascination with and interest in ecology and the environment and his understanding that commercial interests and preserving the environment are not mutually exclusive. I loved the idea of Davis videotaping interviews with people and having his brother review them, it gave us a good look at the sheer effort Aspies put into living “normally” and fitting in. The more I reread it, the more I love this book. Another excellent book in the excellent series by Tymber