Shanyn Hosier has wrapped up her Desert Menage series, and while I’m sad to say good-bye to these great characters, I’m also excited to read the third book, Wholly Trinity, released today. She’s also releasing a digital-only “box set” of all three books from the trilogy (Nine Dates, Tri Me, and Wholly Trinity) titled “Desert Menage Trilogy”. Shanyn does an excellent job crafting a believable polyamorous relationship and characters. Shanyn guest posted a while back on MMF relationships which you can view by clicking here.
Blurb for Wholly Trinity
When John O’Brien met the love of his life, Paul Atwater, he knew they were meant to be together forever. Years later, when he met the girl of his dreams, Beth Mitchell, he was equally confident of their mutual destiny. Now that the three lovers have established a successful triadic relationship, what’s to stop them from making their happily ever after official?
Just about everything, as it turns out.
This isn’t the first time John’s had to drag Paul kicking and screaming into a deeper level of commitment. And while Paul can grudgingly admit the changes have consistently been improvements, it only makes him more certain their lucky streak is bound to run out that much sooner. Paul genuinely loves Beth, which has helped keep a damper on his jealousy so far. But she can give John the thing he now desperately wants—something impossible for Paul to compete with: a baby.
Is marriage and starting a family next in the cards for our intrepid threesome? Or will this new phase of their unconventional relationship prove to be the one that finally sends Paul packing? And when all of John’s careful plans prove inadequate in the face of tragedy, who will still be around to help pick up the pieces?
Desert Ménage Trilogy box set back cover blurb:
When John O’Brien met the love of his life, Paul Atwater, he knew they were meant to be together forever. Years later, when he met the girl of his dreams, Beth Mitchell, he was equally confident of their mutual destiny. But the road to true love and happiness isn’t easy. And this isn’t the first time John’s had to drag Paul kicking and screaming into a deeper level of commitment.
In Desert Ménage, follow Beth, Paul, and John’s relationship from its comically tenuous beginning in Nine Dates, through its evolution into a strong and equitable triadic bond in Tri Me, culminating with them facing the unique and sometimes politically charged challenges in Wholly Trinity as they strive to live more openly.