The Delaneys at Home (The Delaneys, #5)
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The Delaneys at Home (The Delaneys #5)

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Liam is ready for a whole new life with the dangerous Delaney twins, and dives into it with great enthusiasm. But when the men reveal their little secret to Liam, that they know he's not been entirely honest with them about his previous art career, the scene is set for a rather different experience of punishment. Can Liam rise to the occasion this time around?

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ebook, 60 pages
Published June 3rd 2012 by Amber Allure
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I seriously love this series and I am in total and utter lust with Liam and his (OK, mine as I like to think of them), mischevious, dark twins, Mark and Johnny Delaney.

This time, with Liam having just moved in with Mark and Johnny, he's trying to find out where he sleeps, with whom, and establish the etiquette required by the Delaney's in their home. Johnny and Mark have 'researched' their lov...more
Ije the Devourer of Books

This series has everything that I don't generally like: A menage relationship, elements of D/s and long sex scenes.

So why read it?

Well it is just such a fab series!! All the things I don't like are just so well combined and together with a huge dose of impropriety, the series becomes a very attractive whole.

The writing is engaging and quirky, and the caste of characters are so well developed that they come to life in my imagination. The narrative from the perspective of Liam is quirky and humo...more
Maggie Simms
This whole series is pure entertaining smut. Love it!
This part was good, even if I had a slight feeling of emptiness. Sure both Mark and Jonny are twins, but something is missing here. Everything is to cheerful between them. I would rather feel an emotional struggle in Liam.I understand that Liam fell in love with both twins, but even so, this story feels dull.
Boy howdy do I love those Delaney boys and their threesome with Liam. This book was a little longer than other entries and a little more plotty to boot but still very very enjoyable. Hope to see some more from this series!
Ale Rivero
Vivir con los Delaneys provoca tanto pasiones como castigos, y Liam lo experimenta sin ningún tipo de remordimiento, al contrario, se lo pasa la mar de bien en todas las situaciones. Recomendable.
What a great new chapter to The Delaneys series!

heh... all I have to say is, I am hoping to see more of them soon. ;)
Don Bradshaw
Liam is living with Mark and Johnny feeling their affections but now he feels a little punishment.
Heidi Belleau
Oh noo I'm all out of Delaneys books! What am I gonna read on my elliptical now?
Marsha Spence
I love these guys. I'm really enjoying the progression of their relationship...
Yeeeeey! A little piece of the Delaneys!
Love it, can't wait for the next one.
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Anne Brooke lives in Surrey, UK, and writes in a variety of genres, including gay erotic romance, fantasy, comedy, thrillers, biblical fiction and the occasional chicklit novel.

When not writing, she spends time in the garden attempting to differentiate between flowers and weeds, and in the allotment trying to grow vegetables. Occasionally, she can also be found in the kitchen making cakes. Every n...more
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