Title: Sharing Rylee
Author: D. Kelly
Genre: Romantic Erotica/Menage
Release Date: July 12, 2016
Do happily ever after’s always have to be so traditional?
Rylee Stafford has asked herself this question since she was eighteen years old. Now, at twenty-eight she still doesn’t have an answer. One thing she knows for sure is even if she can have the unconventional relationship she’s always dreamed of, it would never fly with her family. Her sexual proclivities would never be accepted by them or their social circle.
The truth is Rylee is tired of hiding her feelings. Tired of wanting what she can’t have and so tired of feeling abnormal because she wants a different kind of love.
She’s kept her secret well hidden, especially from Nick, her on again off again love affair. Her secret isn’t their only stumbling block, though—Rylee’s also met someone new. His name is Pete and he sets her heart and soul on fire; he’s sexy, smart, possessive, and he wants her. No matter how much she cares for them she can’t bring herself to tell them the truth. The only way to Rylee’s heart is to have a relationship with both men.
It’s only when Rylee takes her annual vacation does she finally realize her happiness is worth more than what anyone thinks of her. Now the only question is: will Rylee’s alternate lifestyle alienate everyone she loves? Or will she be accepted for the person she’s always been deep down inside?
All I could say after reading Sharing Rylee was HOT HOT HOT! D. Kelly did a fantastic job at writing the story of Rylee, Nick, and Pete while educating us all on a polyamorous relationship. Sharing Rylee is provocative, passionate, powerful, unconventional, and so damn HOT. Rylee started off as an 18 year old who was struggling with acceptance of her sexuality. Who knew 10 years could make such a difference. Now, at 28 years of age, she is more herself and trying to let the world and her family see who she really is. And on top of that, she is in love with two people. She is faced with having to make a choice: Nick or Pete? But, does she have to choose just one? Ten years of therapy with her amazing therapist and friend Richard helps her make her decision. The message of this story was so powerful and so necessary. In a time where others are continually being judged on their sexuality, it was great to read about a character who put herself first and sent other opinions out the door. No matter what your sexual preference we can all learn a thing or two from Rylee. She shows us how to go for what you want. Yes, there will be obstacles in your way, but how you choose to react to them is what will make you who you are. Will Rylee learn to accept herself enough to tell her family? And if she tells will her family accept her?
“Nick, I think you should go.”
I feel like she punched me in the gut, but I’m going to take Zack’s lead on this one. He never let Cassidy pull too far away, and I’m not going to let Rylee shut me out now.
Silently, I get dressed. She’s still standing by the bathroom with her arms across her chest. She doesn’t want to get close to me because she doesn’t want to admit her feelings for me.
“Rylee,” I say, walking toward her at a slow pace. She eyes me up and down and presses herself as close to the wall as possible. She’s not getting away from me.
I pull her into my arms and crush my lips to hers. My hand weaves into her sexy, just-fucked hair, and I pull her tightly to my lips. I kiss her with all the passion I’ve had building inside of me for years and she feels it. I know she does because she hasn’t stopped whimpering the entire time her tongue has been dueling with mine. When I finally slow the kiss, she whimpers even more, and when I slowly pull away, her fingers go immediately to her lips as if she’s trying to savor the magic we just shared.
“I’ll go for now, Ry, but not for long. I’m going to check in on you every day, but I’ll give you space and stay away. Don’t take too long because I want you now more than ever, Rylee. I always have and I always will.”
I place a soft kiss to her forehead and leave.
Sharing Rylee is not part of a series but it is a
I’m a wife, a mom, and a dog lover. I’m also a taxi, problem fixer, extreme multi-tasker, and my kids’ biggest fan in anything they do. I’m married to my high school sweetheart… how cool is that? Margaritas and sarcasm make me happy. Chocolate makes that happiness grow exponentially. People who make me laugh are my favorite kind of people. I believe Karma is a bitch who slaps back hard and mean people suck. I’m California born and raised, and I love the beach but hate the sand. And, of course, I believe Starbucks makes any day better. I’m the author of The Acceptance Series and Chasing Cassidy with more books soon to come.