Nothing Between Us by Roni Loren
Unlike the heroine of her popular thriller series, Georgia Delaune can’t afford to take risks or push sexual boundaries—unless you count spying through her neighbor’s bedroom window, and never missing a single move he makes.
Colby Wilkes is more than willing to put on a show for the alluring woman next door. But his dominant side aches to show her the pleasures of submission up close. As a counselor, Colby is sensitive to Georgia’s fears. As a Dom at The Ranch, a private BDSM retreat, he’s the perfect teacher to unleash her passion.
But just as Georgia lowers her emotional barriers, an unexpected complication arrives: a bad boy musician from Colby’s past who adds fuel to her heated imagination. Now, the lonely author has two gorgeous men eager to fulfill every fantasy she’s ever written—and one she’s never dared to dream…
I’ve been excited to read Colby’s story since meeting him earlier in the Loving on the Edge series. He’s a bisexual Dom whose past is meeting the present in regards to events he’s being questioned over occurring at the high school he’s employed at as a counselor. Georgia is Colby’s voyeur of a neighbor which adds heat to her novels. She’s a Chicagoan currently residing in Texas focused on decreasing her anxiety so she can face an evil from her past to put it to rest. Keats (Adam) is a 23 year old lover of music while finding the comfort within himself that he’s bisexual. The breaking of Georgia’s walls and getting to the other side of the glass is a therapeutic journey that Colby and Keats welcoming assist her with. Their interactions start as fun and experimental but begin to delve deeper into the emotional realm quickly. As the reader you see each of their internal battles of this occurrence and their fight to deny these feelings. With Colby’s battle against the school, Georgia’s fear of her past, and Keats feeling as the odd man out; the three of them help each other through these times of struggle. Keats and Colby have a history so I experienced their pull to one another quickly add to that Colby’s knowledge of Georgia’s front row albeit window seat to his bedroom encounters helped break the ice smoothly and led way to smooth banter and made a difficult conversation less tense. I was pleased with Roni’s focus in this novel on the individuals and their struggles instead of the focus being on pure pleasure (or pain). Their battles helped me connect with each of them on a deeper level while their version of “normal” became “normal” for me as well. Give this a try and find your next book crush! Rating: 4 stars