This is an entertaining read, although it seems as though it’s been done before. The relationships are well done and the tension mounts throughout the book. The men’s relationship is handled well, as is the ménage.
When fishing guide Alan spies a body huddled on the shoreline, his instincts to rescue kick in. He takes the woman home to his boyfriend Jerald, a Florida Marine Patrol officer. Once they discover Daphne witnessed a mob hit, they arrange for her to stay with them rather than go into protective custody. The three become close friends and eventually lovers. But the mob is closing in. When Alan is nearly killed, they must decide whether or not to keep Daphne with them through the course of the trial. (SIREN, 2010, 236 pp., $16.50)