Review: The Glass Knot by Lily Harlem

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Review: The Glass Knot by Lily Harlem

What’s a girl to do when the guy she falls for is married to another man?

This is exactly what happened to me. Seeing Josh Kendal stroll out of the Mediterranean Sea wearing tight navy swim trunks and looking like a hot new James Bond was a truly delicious moment. Catching sight of his wedding ring was like a kick in the shin and meeting his gorgeous husband, phew, that was enough to make any girl groan at the cruel joke God was playing on her.

But all was not as it seemed, and when Josh needed a woman to sort out a ‘delicate predicament’ I was the one for the job – heck, what did I have to lose? Certainly not as much as him, literally.

Trouble is, emotions always get tangled, loyalties can’t help but be divided and with a night of memories so hot they'd have the devil sweating, there was only one thing for it—it was time to get honest, fight for what I wanted despite society’s constraints and open my heart to the people it needed most.

Reader advisory - The Glass Knot is an erotic romance featuring M/M and M/F love and every combination of two guys and a girl you can think of!

Title: The Glass Knot
Author: Lily Harlem
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: High-Sticked, Grand Slam, Berets and Bras, Christmas Crackers: Candy Canes and Coal Dust
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: October 8, 2012
Genres: Erotic Romance
Pages: 270
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: five-stars
Flames: five-flames
#NotChilled

The Glass Knot by Lily Harlem is a wickedly delicious ménage centered on married couple Nick and Josh and new lover Laura.

Nick, previously married to a woman, realized that he was gay when Josh entered his life. Now married ten years, Josh has never experienced sex with a woman and secretly wishes to do so. Enter Laura. Nick and Josh are celebrating their tenth anniversary at a beach resort when Josh spots Laura undressing him with her eyes. Soon the two chat, become friendly and eventually Nick gives permission to Josh to have a sexual encounter with her.

Ms. Harlem depicted a beautiful and realistic story of love, passion, and trust. Nick and Josh are portrayed as secure men in their feelings for each other, but each with secret desires. Laura, as well, knew what she wanted-she wanted Josh and eventually realized that she also wanted Nick.

The storyline was passionate sans raunchiness, as two became three. I never felt as if any of the characters were cheating on each other; not even when duos would have sex as opposed to all three together.

Ms. Harlem weaved compassion and love with a wonderful dose of lust throughout the entire story.

The Glass Knot was an erotic tale that focused on the formation of an everlasting relationship.  I cheered for the three to realize they were meant to be together.

As always in a Lily Harlem novel, the sex is HOT! Ms. Harlem wrote mind-blowing scenes that would make any red-blooded gal want to find two sexy studs as well. The Glass Knot has moved to one of my favorite books of 2013.

Evelise 300

2 Responses to “Review: The Glass Knot by Lily Harlem”

  1. Lily Harlem

    Evelise – I’m so happy that you enjoyed Josh, Nick and Laura’s story. It was a complex one to write but I loved every minute of it. The characters were all so different yet all needed the same thing in the end.

    And the location, The Cotswolds, I love visiting there, very inspiring. I have several novels set in those pretty hills and villages without ever intending to 🙂

    Lily x