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The Visitor Entertains

(The Visitor #5)

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[A Friendly MMF Ménage Tale]

Lea and Her Firemen Burn the Theater Down!

Andy and Sean are going to join their lover Lea at the theater where she works — but are they going to watch a show, or are they going to be the show?

This trio is taking things to the next level in every sense, and Lea thinks that’s wonderful… But what about the neighbors? And her co-workers? And — gulp
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Published November 28th 2014 by Stillpoint/Eros (first published November 20th 2014)
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Nov 30, 2014 rated it it was amazing
It’s hard to believe that I have missed this series till right now. Starting at Book 5 seems a bit of a stretch, but it gives me something to go back on, and enjoy. K.D. West offers up “The Visitor Entertains” an incredibly hot – correction, scorching, MMF erotica that fully realizes that for many men, sex is love. Yes, yes, you’ve heard the mantra that men can separate sex and love, and it’s true – but when a man is in love, that feeling, that touch, the desire and the sex become the physical m ...more
Aug 18, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great Story

Loved this series. This story is deeper than the previous. Andy comes to grips with his feelings for Sean, sometimes he has fought for years, confessing his feeling and how he has beaten himself up for having them. My heart broke for him. Sean and Lea, accepted, reassured and loved him. Loved Gus's letter to Lea. I hope to see a world were you are fee to love who you love openly and without sensors.
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Apr 03, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Wow! What a story this is turning out to be! As we continue down the road that is the beginning of a wonderful menage, we are drawn in to the ups and downs of their emotional turmoil as the trio learn how to deal with all of their feelings, new and old. I am so looking forward to reading more about where they are going with their relationship. The way K.D. West has left this episode, I hope there is much more "growing" to be done. Can't wait to read the next part in this series.
Nov 25, 2014 rated it it was amazing
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It's hot. It's fun. It's got two firemen and one very lucky lady. And it's not just about the sex.
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Love it.

This serial read has been so entertaining. The characters are unique and the writing is amazing. Can't wait to read more.
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K.D. West is an Amazon best-selling author of contemporary short fiction, a teacher, and a performer living in a small suburb of a big city in the American West:

"Not a huge amount to say -- I'm an author of steamy stories who happens to be a teacher; these things don't mix well in public, so I tend to be fairly quiet about real life in my blogging. I am, however, interested in all sorts of things

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“Lea found that she was saying things, saying them pretty loudly, but had no clear concept of what she was saying. [Sean and Andy’s] names, maybe. The seventy-two names of God. The capitals of all fifty states.

Love. That word featured in there a lot. Which made sense. To the extent that Lea had any sense left at all.

She was coming. Stupid word, coming. Arriving seemed more like it. Or exploding. Was there a word that meant both?

If there were, it would have described what she was doing. Again, very loudly.”
“At that moment, in the temple of her lovers’ tangled limbs, Lea felt the presence of the Divine close by, immanent and imminent — everywhere and everywhen — and it was a sublime feeling, one that made her feel infinitely powerful and infinitely small, both at the same time.

A good fuck can make even an agnostic see God — a fact that explained Lea’s parents’ fascination with Tantra, something about which Lea thought as little as possible.”
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