Stitches

Stitches

Stitches by Sam Mariano

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


I bow to Queen Sam

She did it. She did it again. I don’t even LIKE menage stories, but I read this because… because Sam Mariano wrote it. And you know what? It’s EXCELLENT.
In my head I still don’t understand the menage scenario, but this? It works! I believed in these characters. I believed in their story. I believed in their feelings, and the realistic, messy dynamic between them. This author took something I don’t understand, and don’t find appealing, and made it hot. Believable. Sweet. Appealing.
Man, she is good.




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I suppose it all started half a lifetime ago when a mean-looking kid named Griff walked into my life.
When we found the stability in one another we couldn’t find in the world.
When two lonely kids became brothers.
As kids, we had no place in the world, so as men, we made our own. We took on everything together, building our own empire—partners in business and in life.

I guess that’s where it got complicated.
When I fell in love with Moira, and Griff had to share me for the first time.
When he liked what belonged to me just a little too much, and he started avoiding both of us until he came up with his own shitty way of coping.

I don’t know exactly when it all started, to be honest, but I know when it all fell apart.
There are exactly two people in the world who have my love, so what the hell am I supposed to do when holding onto one means losing the other?
What I always do, I guess.
Handle it.

Published by Amanda Marie

Compulsive reader. Romantic suspense/contemporary romance/dark romance/NA romance addict. Particularly fond of mafia, forced/arranged marriage, secret baby, kidnapping, and dark alpha heroes. Just out here doing my part for humanity- these books won't read themselves.

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