Breaking Perfect (MFM)

[pullquote-right]“Off the bat — this book is hot, but its story and characters are what absolutely grabbed my heart.”~The Literary Gossip[/pullquote-right]

Dr. and Mrs. Mason Davis appear to have the perfect life, but looks can be deceiving. Liberty isn’t perfect, far from it, yet everyday she strives to be the ideal wife. It was love at first sight for Mason, despite all the challenges living with someone with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder might face. And from the moment Liberty gave him her heart, he knew he was meant to keep her safe. Mason accepts that Liberty is flawed, even when she does not. He endeavors to keep life as orchestrated as possible for his wife, but when his ex-lover, Sean, shows up unannounced, Mason loses a bit of his ever present control and cracks begin to show in his perfect life.

[pullquote-left]“Liberty’s world is outlined in such exquisite detail, the rules start to make sense. The author has done a truly amazing job of making Liberty’s OCD real instead of just a character quirk.” ~Dames Unrestrained; Trashy Tuesday Book Review[/pullquote-left]Liberty’s just right, carefully ordered world begins to unravel when she falls for the man who is in love with her husband. When what she wants is the antithesis of perfect, she struggles with her desires, and fears she may break. But breaking may be the only thing that can set Liberty free.

 A beautifully told, psychological tale that redefines the meaning of perfect and breaks all the rules of love.
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WARNING: Breaking Perfect is a highly graphic erotic romance, which contains content that may be not be suitable for all readers. This novel examines the Dominant/submissive dynamic, explores areas touching on light BDSM, and includes situations some readers may find offensive. This book is a poly-amorous romance, which means it is a love story between three people trying to find their happily ever after. There are intense sexual scenes, which include MMF menage, meaning the male characters may interact sexually with or without the female heroine present.

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