Threesome Rook, Knight and Bishop make Jason an offer he can’t refuse. Can the four of them be exactly what they each need? Find out in this Opening Move.
Rook, Knight and Bishop have been searching for a fourth man to join their threesome for quite a while when Knight meets Jason, the live model in the art class he’s auditing. He thinks that Jason is the perfect man for them and his lovers Rook and Bishop quickly agree. The trick will be convincing Jason…
So this is the second time around for me and this book. It’s been a few years but I’ve always remembered it. So when I saw that it was revised, revamped I couldn’t say no. And I wasn’t disappointed.
Although I didn’t remember word for word the last one, I could tell we added some scenes between all four guys, together and separate, pairing off. Getting to know each other better.
The dynamic between Knight and Bishop is so complicated that we only get a taste of it in this one, and I can’t wait for us to get a deeper understanding. Rook’s undying energy is infectious and makes the story a, not dark tale but borderline moody, into a more sunny happier tale.
The was Rook helps Jason understand he’s feeling, not just for the men but in general, why he never connected sexually and now so much.
The sensual behavior is not the only thing that drives this book, but the talking, learning, the playing (out of the bedroom) all make this tale wonderful.