Gray, Jack, and Mason are back. Their threeway relationship keeps growing stronger, and Gray ‘s feelings for his partners run deeper than he ever thought possible. While he’s learned to be romantic at home, at work, he’s still a big tough cop that nobody wants to cross. When the murders of several young prostitutes falls to him to solve, and he has no suspects and no motive, his confidence takes a hit. Every dead end, every day that goes by, adds to the urgency he feels to find the murderer.
Gray desperately needs a break, with the case and for himself. He excels at taking care of both his men, in bed and out, but when it comes to accepting comfort in return, he shuts down, even with everything at work going to hell. Jack and Mason want him to take a vacation when the case ends, but Gray knows he sucks at down time unless it’s spent in bed.
With his case weighing on him and his partners trying their best to help, Gray is going to have to figure out how a high-handed man like himself can let go.
I’ve been looking forward to the next installment of Silvia Violet’s Fitting In series and Going Deep did not disappoint. Gray, Mason and Jack are back and larger-than-life as readers are gifted with a glimpse into their lives and the dynamics of their relationship.
Gray, the bear Dom, always in control—stoic and steadfast—gave his lovers everything they needed and desired, but took little for himself. His natural inclination to protect radiated throughout the story, and with Silvia Violet’s hand, he was able to finally open himself and allow his lovers to care for him too.
Jack and Mason were also wonderfully written characters. Mason, a nurturing submissive with a heart of gold. And Jack, in my opinion, the glue that allowed them to form the perfect threesome. Each man brought something to the table, whether it be sexual or personal, and the pieces interlock into a well-oiled machine.
The men as individuals were wonderful but together they jumped off the pages. Ms. Violet’s skill to create a story where three career men can form an open triad and muster the ability to show the world their true nature was a credit to her writing capabilities.
An intriguing romantic suspense story that made me fall all the more for the Fitting In world. I look forward to another book in the series by a very apt writer.
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A five handcuff review
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