Laid Bare by Lauren Dane
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Laid Bare by Lauren Dane is a novel about love, survival, and family. This is a non-traditional contemporary romance with a triad relationship. The story begins with Todd and Erin starting their relationship with a fling. Todd runs from Erin because he is not comfortable with their relationship because it because their liaison brings out a deviant sexual side in him.
Ten years later, Todd and Erin have dealt with life altering situations in their lives independent of the other. The start of their emotional healing comes from their respective families and friends. They have each learned to pick up the pieces and move on. Erin and Todd come together again and build a strong emotional relationship.
Soon Ben, Todd's best friend, is welcomed into their relationship with open arms. From there, they all three set up house together and continue to help each other heal the scars from their pasts. This story is poignant and has a lot of steamy love scenes most of which are built on complete trust and love. The sexual element of the narrative is important to the unfolding of events in this book because the lovemaking adds to the connection between Erin, Todd and Ben. For anyone who likes their romance spicy, this book is wonderful choice for you to read.
Happy Reading from Bona Fide Reflections!!
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