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    A wonderful addition to the series

    I’ve been in love with Roni Loren’s Loving on the Edge series since I picked the first one up at my local library. Her writing transports me to another place and allows me to experience things that I might not want to do in real life. For me that’s the whole point of reading and she is a master at taking me away from real life. In a way I was lucky; several of the books in this series were already out by the time I discovered Roni Loren’s writing so I was able to devour them one right after the other. The problem is that this also spoiled me and I had a hard time waiting for her next book to be released. It’s been a little over a year since she’s had a full-length novel in this series but fortunately there was a novella to help me endure the wait. [Note: Roni Loren also started a fabulous new series, The Pleasure Principle, which also helped me be patient waiting for Loving You Easy.] I hardly know where to start with my review. This book had my emotions on a rollercoaster. I laughed out loud in more than one place and I cried in many others. <blockquote> But one day after school, Ren had brought Hayes to his aunt’s restaurant to introduce him to sushi. Hayes had talked a big game that he could handle spicy food, so Ren had bet him twenty bucks that he couldn’t take a big dollop of wasabi without spitting it out. Hayes had boldly popped it in his mouth and swallowed. It’d taken about five seconds before he was coughing, ten before he was crying, and fifteen before he was beseeching God for help and cursing the entire nation of Japan.</blockquote> Quoting the places that had me in tears isn’t as easy because you really have to read them totally in context with the rest of the story. Suffice to say that reading about Hayes’ wrongful imprisonment and how it affected his friendship with Ren, their company and his life overall was very emotional. The connection between Ren and Hayes was so strong and yet they remained only friends until things finally come to a head one night. I also got very emotional when reading about Cora and her low opinion of herself. She thinks that men don’t find her attractive at all so she’s immersed herself in the safety of the online world of Hayven where she can explore the confusing (to her) sexual feelings she has. She is smart and brilliant at what she does but it’s very difficult for Hayes and Ren to convince her of this. We know from the book’s blurb that Ren and Hayes find out that Cora is the submissive they know from Hayven. What I didn’t expect was the anticipation and almost anxiety I felt waiting for that spot to come in the book; it was much, much later than I expected but so worth the wait. Like the other books in this series the heat level in this one is off the charts. I marked no less than 5 spots in the story as HOT! and I know that I missed others simply because I was so engrossed in the story that I’d forget to highlight as I read. My review can’t begin to do justice to Roni Loren’s writing and storytelling. This is definitely one of those books that I felt very emotional about but then have a hard time conveying that in words. You don’t need to have read any of the other stories in this series to enjoy this one; they all stand alone with no problem. But, I’d be willing to bet that if you haven’t read any of the others you won’t be able to wait to read the others as quickly as you can after you finish this one. ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my review.
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    Great plot and characters!

    Loving You Easy, The latest Loving on the Edge story by Roni Loren is an erotic and suspenseful menage romance that looks at adult online gaming and making fantasy a reality. IT specialist Cora's had no luck with real life partners, her last friends with benefits arrangement going sour. When she discovers the online BDSM game Hayven, she goes from voyeur to a willing participant with Master Dmitry, a safe way to indulge her secret fantasies in the safety of her own home without worrying about being rejected in a real relationship. Yet, the things she shares with Dmitry and the conversations they have quickly spill over into personal territory. When her online gaming results in a real life visit from a participant in the game she'd previously rebuffed, she takes her security concerns to the owner of the company, Ren. It's just her luck that she previously met him at an industry party in rather unusual circumstances she'd have rather forgotten. Plus Ren's business partner Hayes, recently released from prison for a sex crime he denies committing, is definitely a man she knows she should stay away from. When Ren and Hayes hire her to track down the security breaches in their game, concerned about the safety of Cora and the other players, she reluctantly agrees. And when the attraction she feels to both Ren and Hayes confuses but arouses her, they are quick to assure her discretion if she wants to make her secret fantasies a reality. Both are Doms and have done scenes with women together before, though this time around Ren and Hayes are also ready to admit that they have feelings for each other. When danger comes knocking again, will the three of them survive unscathed to get their happy ending? This story has just the right amount of dramatic intensity to keep you on your toes, while providing a very satisfactory erotic menage romance. All three characters get equal page time, and have their own set of past issues to deal with. Cora's are the least dramatic, a simple case of never having met the right guy to fulfill her desires and feeling that her more geeky nature is more of hindrance than an asset in the relationship department. Playing in an online game is freeing because she can use a visual persona of her choosing (someone who is a little more alluring than Cora feels she is in real life) as well as enact scenarios she doesn't feel she'd have the courage for in real life. She has a fairly close relationship with her mother who is a police officer often involved in violent crime cases. Cora has done some work for the police department to catch suspects using her IT training, but her mother has stopped her from applying for a full time job there, worried about her safety were there to be a backlash attack from someone they put in jail. She always takes extra safety precautions at home, so when her safety is violated by someone who calls her by her onscreen name, she knows that the Hayven game has had a serious breach and immediately seeks to repair the damage before someone gets really hurt. Ren and Hayes have been friends since they were quite young. At one point when Ren ran away from home as a teenager and got involved with an older man in what became an abusive relationship masquerading as BDSM, he came to Hayes for help and Hayes was able to provide the safety net he needed to get away from the situation and move forward with his life. The two of them stayed close, Ren's bisexual nature never coming into play in their friendship. As adults, they'd moved into the club scene together and started Hayven. When Hayes went to jail accused of assaulting a woman in what was supposed to have been a mutually agreed upon scene, Ren was devastated and did everything he could to get his buddy out of jail. With the current security breaches happening in the game, it looks like the person responsible for setting up Hayes in the first place isn't done with him yet. Amid the backdrop of trying to catch the perpetrator, Hayes and Ren finally admit that their feelings for each other are more complicated than just friendship and they share some steamy scenes together, before adding Cora into their relationship. Soon things come to a head and Cora must decide where her loyalties lie and whom she should believe. Loving You Easy is a tight mixture of sex and suspense that will keep you turning pages late into the night. I enjoyed every aspect of this story and I intend to catch up on the earlier books in the series that I've missed!
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    Loving You Easy by Roni Loren

    LOVING YOU EASY is the ninth full length installment in Roni Loren’s contemporary, adult LOVING ON THE EDGE erotic, BDSM, romance series. This is IT specialist Coraline Benning, and business partners Ren Muroya and Hayes Fox’s story line. LOVING YOU EASY can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty. NOTE: Loving You Easy contains MM, MF, MFM scenes of graphic sexual imagery and language including ménage, anal and oral sex, as well as some spanking and light bondage play. Told from several third person points of view LOVING YOU EASY focuses on the search for an internet stalker. Cora Benning likes to play in the online sexual, fantasy world known as Hayven, and soon discovers that her personal information has been hacked, and someone has targeted Cora in the real world. As an IT hacker, our heroine soon ferrets out some information about the person responsible, and heads over to FoxRen media to confront the owners about a possible breach to their gaming system. What Cora soon discovers is that Ren Muroya and Hayes Fox are two sexual dominants who take a special interest in Cora’s plight, an interest that will extend to a relationship both at work and at play. Ren will offer Cora a job at FoxRen media, and take their partnership up to the next level. What ensues is the building relationship between Cora, Ren and Hayes, and the search for a person who has targeted our trio in a dark game of betrayal and revenge. The relationship between Cora, Ren and Hayes is highly sexual. Both Ren and Hayes are sexual dominants but Hayes has pulled back from the lifestyle following a prison sentence for a crime he did not commit. Fearful of other people’s reactions to the accusations, Hayes continues to pull away from his best friend Ren, not realizing that Ren and Cora, are the two people he needs the most. The $ex scenes are intimate, erotic, graphic and provocative. The dominance and submissive elements are mostly vanilla and light. The character building reveals a little bit about the backgrounds, the history and events leading to present day circumstances. The world building focuses on a friendship that turns to love when Ren reveals that he has loved his best friend for most of his life. Cora’s introduction into the world of dominance and submission is imaginative and intoxicating but playful and calm. Cora soon discovers that her online kinky side traverses easily into the real world. LOVING YOU EASY is a passionate story line focusing on a relationship that is both playful and energetic, healing and dynamic. The premise is intriguing and decadent; the characters are spirited and energetic; the romance is encouraging and seductive. Roni Loren easily invites the reader into her impassioned world of Loving on the Edge.

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