Room at the Edge by Jane Davitt & Alexa Snow

Room at the EdgeRoom at the Edge by Jane Davitt & Alexa Snow
Reviewer:  Tj
Publisher:  Loose Id
Novel:  108,498 Words
Purchase at Amazon and Barnes and Noble
Roses:  4

Genre: LGBT, Menage & Polyamory, Contemporary
Previous Book: Room at the Top

Three sexy men, one hot relationship. In Room at the Top, devoted sub couple Jay and Austin went looking for a no-strings attached Dom and ended up falling for Liam, who, much to his surprise, turned out to be the Dom of their dreams. But their happy ending was only the beginning of their story.

Now Jay is begging Liam to turn up the heat with fire play and Austin wants them all under one roof, no matter what people might think. Caught up in the difficulties and pleasures of their new relationship, it’s easy to miss the way they’re moving dangerously close to the edge of falling apart, not deeper in love.


Austin, Jay, and Liam are busy trying to figure out their relationship and how to make it work.  The boys are getting restless, they want more.  Liam is still in the closet because of his career and family.  Still, Liam wants more too.  So what should they do and will it still work between them all if they change up what is between them.  Jay wants to push for more in their scenes too.  He is rebelling but doesn’t know any way to accept without fighting it.  Liam is unsure about his ability to tame Jay and make him trust him.

The writing like the first one is very good.  The characters are complex and individual.  The major thing with this book is the sex.  It plays a huge role in the three’s relationship so of course there is a lot of it in the book.  It was a bit of a disappointment to not really see a lot more in the relationship without sex especially involving Liam.  Liam still seems so separate from Austin and Jay outside of the house.  I know that is what is suppose to be what has to be for Liam’s life it just seemed like a lingering issue that may never get resolved.  Still the rest of the story does deepen and grow the three together more.  I enjoyed learning about fire play since I had never heard of it.



About bluesmokey

I'm a plain Jane who longs to put her imagination to work. I'm not a writer but I like to read.

Posted on Tuesday, October 15th, 2013, in Book Review, Contemporary, Four Roses, M/M Triad, Novel: 150 pages and above, TJ and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.


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