Sunday, February 24, 2013

Fitting In


Two cops walk into a bar. Mason, the bartender, waits for the punch line, because no way in hell are these ridiculously hot men real cops. They’re straight out of a cop-fetish fantasy. But he quickly learns that Jack and Gray are the real deal, and they want him in the worst way.

What starts as a night of hot, three-way sex becomes a lot more. The two cops fulfill Mason’s submissive fantasies, but they also meet a more basic need, comfort. They want to take care of Mason, to offer him unconditional friendship, but their concern for him unnerves Mason more than even the kinkiest sex.

To find happiness with his new partners, Mason must change his belief that love is as much a fantasy as a pair of gorgeous, handcuff-wielding cops landing in his bed.


Fitting In by Silvia Violet rocked my world.  Two sexy cops, Gray and Jack could fulfill any man’s fantasy, but they have chosen bartender Mason as the object of their affection. Gray and Jack meet Mason at a local hang out and are immediately smitten with the young man. The feelings are definitely reciprocated by Mason as well.

Ms. Violet delivers a story of not only extremely scorching sex but one of insecurities, questioning and love. Gray and Jack are in a committed relationship, but are deep in the closet as two of the police forces finest. When they meet Mason, who is out and proud, the men question the ramifications of denying who they truly are in the public eye.  The inner turmoil they face radiates through the pages as they ponder these questions. Ms. Violet’s characterization of Gray reduced me to tears as he tortured himself psychologically in the need to please both his lovers. Gray, the ever-present dominant in the trio must learn that sometimes one is dominant by actually letting go. Jack is the peace maker. I adored his demeanor, his sense of nurture and his whit.

Mason’s character was lovely and sweet, deep-rooted with angst as all his life he was told that being homosexual was only a passing thing by his family. Mason has had relationships in the past but all have failed as he never truly felt satisfied until he met Gray and Jack, thus leaving him with a foreboding sense of doom.

Silvia Violet delivers a pure and true connection between the three men and also a connection to the reader. Once I began to read I was not able to put the book down, as I was meshed into the lives of Gray, Jack, and Mason.

Fitting In is not only a story of three very hot men, but a story of growth and maturity. A story of learning to accept what is freely given to you and taking a chance on each other and love.

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

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