Incognito's "submissive dominatrix," Angela Patterson, juggles separate love lives with two men who hold keys to her heart. Her wild side craves Garrett Storm. A sexy-as-sin hunk of a construction worker who is every submissives' dream. He's big, strong, rough, and domineering. Then there's sweet, gentle Blaine Worthington, a white-collar businessman with sophisticated tasIncognito's "submissive dominatrix," Angela Patterson, juggles separate love lives with two men who hold keys to her heart. Her wild side craves Garrett Storm. A sexy-as-sin hunk of a construction worker who is every submissives' dream. He's big, strong, rough, and domineering. Then there's sweet, gentle Blaine Worthington, a white-collar businessman with sophisticated tastes. He wines her and dines her, and in the bedroom will do anything and everything to please. For a while, they fulfill her every fantasy, but when each man demands more commitment, her two separate worlds collide, and the competition for her heart ignites....
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Angela has dated two men for many months and now they are both pressuring her to make a commitment that will move them past the status quo. Garrett is willing to include Angela's "other man" even though he doesn't know anything about him or even his identity. Blaine, however, wants the "normal" kind of life--marriage, kids, white picket fence, etc. When Angela turns them both down, they are all three devastated. The bulk of this short novel is really about how these three manage to form a bond that will make it possible for them to have a menage life together, as Angela is certain that she cannot give either one of them up. Novel Three in the "Incognito" series that are based in BDSM, there's not much of that here--an exploratory trip to Club Incognito that manages to get violent, but mostly it is the emotional flare-ups and adjustments of three people trying to bring their life goals into sync. Actually a really interesting study in human nature and a good read.
Angela is introduced to us in the first book of the series and it was nice to see her come back. She plays a switch. She is a dominatrix and a sub. However to be both she has two men, one she is a sub for and one she is a dominatrix for. Both men are vital to her both men complete her in some way. However, Storm and Blaine both put and ultimatum on her and in the long run she does the same with them. The three of them live together for 30 days.There are times during the book that I just wanted to reach in and slap Blaine. It seemed to me that he worried to much about what others would thing about his personal life. When it was just that his personal life. For the most part this is one of my favorite books in the series.
Incognito 3 is much lighter & fluffier than the first 2 books in the series. For this reason I enjoyed it more. The dynamics of the relationships were very different too. Although it was a M/M/F menage, the 2 males aren't all about total domination & control. The story was much more light-hearted & the characters were happy to leave the BDSM in the bedroom. If you found the first 2 Incognito books heavy going then this book is probably more your style. You get to briefly meet the 'Master's of Sin' & other key characters again in this book but they are very much incidental to the story.Originally posted on Amazon.com
November 12/12.... Madison Layle & Anna Leigh Keaton are terrific authors and I am definitely continuing with this series right up to book 12.This is book three in the series, "Incognito" and it is (so far) the best. This one has me laughing out loud until tears run down my face. Excellent book so far. Now back to my book, loving it!!!! ... be back when finished.Loved this one and highly recommend it!!
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This one was okay. I had a few issues with it. I like the first two in the series better.