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Threepeat

(Secrets #3)

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4.04  ·  Rating details ·  411 ratings  ·  76 reviews
Can two Doms open their hearts again for a young man desperately in need of their help?

Two years ago, Aaron Greene and Sam Thompson were devastated when their submissive broke the contract that bound the three of them together. They still wonder what happened and whether they can find a way to move forward. When Aaron finds a sick young man by the curbside, his protective
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ebook, 1st edition, 340 pages
Published August 21st 2018 by Dreamspinner Press
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Chantal De Wit You can read it as a standalone, but the characters from the first 2 books as well as Eli and Jarod from Endings and Beginnings (Collars and Cuffs 8)…moreYou can read it as a standalone, but the characters from the first 2 books as well as Eli and Jarod from Endings and Beginnings (Collars and Cuffs 8) will appear in the book and its funnier if you've read their books to. But it can be read as a standalone, because they're not part of the main story.(less)

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Trio
Aug 13, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: bdsm, mm, mmm-mmmm, arc-r2r
Threepeat may very well be the sweetest, most romantic BDSM ménage story I’ve ever read. Of course it has the kinky sex and moving storylines I expect from K.C. Wells and Parker Williams, but there’s something about these characters that just tugs on my heartstrings a little harder than usual. As with all the stories in the Secrets series, Threepeat can be read as a standalone. However, with the way the characters interact in Secrets, I recommend reading them in order.

I’m a huge fan of ménage li
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Susan
Aug 05, 2018 rated it really liked it
This was sweet, sometimes a bit too sweet for my taste, but overall I liked it.

I’m not familiar with Parker William’s work, but this felt like a typical K.C. Wells book. I guess Parker Williams has a similar writing style and the two of them just work.

This starts out with Sam and Aaron hurting because their sub suddenly left them. They thought they were in a loving relationship and everything was great, until Sebastian told them he was unhappy and left.

Sam and Aaron have been friend for ages, b
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Chris
Oct 05, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: erotica, lgbtq
3.5 stars for this very sweet romance. While there were some tough moments as Tim relived his childhood traumas, being saved by Aaron & Sam was a lifeline... all three men needed each other and this was a lovely journey. Tim realized he was submissive but with a need to please in a 24/7 capacity. Sam was the absolute alpha, with Aaron also as the dominant but took a step back for Sam. While I enjoyed this book, some elements did become a little long winded...however, a nice addition to the s ...more
Nat
Jul 31, 2018 rated it really liked it
The team of Wells & Williams takes yet another emotional journey into the world of love and kink with Sam, Aaron and Tim. Despite both being dominant, Sam and Aaron have maintained a strong, loving relationship in the aftermath of losing their submissive. For two years Aaron has resisted Sam’s efforts to visit Secrets, see their old friends and perhaps meet someone new. Then Aaron rescues Tim from the streets, sick and starving and throws himself into helping the young man get well. Sam isn’ ...more
Becca
Aug 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This book is soooooooo good!! I love each and every one of the boys in this series. And Collars and Cuffs. It's been an amazing journey to see how they've all grown and come into their own. They take a piece of your heart. Out of everyone, Peter was always my favorite, but Tim is running a very close second. They way he blossomed and grew up. And he knew who he was and what he wanted. So brave. But I do have to say this. As much as I love these boys, these books would be missing something withou ...more
Debra
4.5 stars

This is a really sweet, BDSM, age-gap ménage story. Sam and Aaron love each other, but they are two doms still struggling with the aftermath of their long-time sub unexpectedly leaving them without explanation. They have withdrawn from the scene, Aaron especially is having trouble dealing, and at times they even question whether they will be able to find another man to complete them or whether their relationship will survive at all. Tim is 18 years old and on his own, barely surviving o
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Sandra
Super late to the party with this review, but life took a left turn that still has me scrambling to catch up... well, enough of me and my poor excuses.


I'm not usually one to read menages. There are but a few I've read in my time on GR, and I can probably count them on one hand. However, not only is this book 3 in the Secrets series, but also written by the fabulous team Wells/Williams, so I definitely had grabby hands.

I have but one complaint after reading this book - why, oh why didn't we get t
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Katrina Passick Lumsden
What's with the Cheese?

I've read quite a lot of Wells's books, and for the most part I've been willing to overlook her ignorance off comma usage, her bad dialogue, her shallow characterizations, and her propensity to be corny. Not to mention her bad porn utterances during sex scenes, and her fundamental misunderstanding of how bodies correctly occupy space. But this book? This takes all of Wells's weaknesses as an author and cranks them up to a hundred. This is some of the corniest, least authen
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namericanwordcat
Hmmm. Well.

So. This is a poly romance and BDSM book and a age gap with a homeless hero who is very young.

Parts of the story were very sweet. And it was progressing well with Tim taking the lead and a kind of interesting look at Sam and Aaron as a couple.

Then, once they are all in things get a bit odd and I get pitched out of the story by all the things that would make me super unhappy in the real world.

I am not able to maintain the okay this is this world feeling.

But I read the whole thing and
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~Volha~
Nov 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: steamy, contemporary, bdsm
** 4.75 stars **

I enjoyed reading this book despite the fact that this was the sweetest BDSM story I've ever read. All three MCs were likable and I loved getting to know them. I loved the British setting and some specific words used (the word arse just has that extra punch to it). It was very humorous and I loved all the funny banter and jokes that were shared not only between the MCs but secondary characters too. The whole concept of the club and its members being on big family really appealed
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Cammey Kelley
Aug 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I encountered so many emotions in this book...anger, sadness, hope, passion, love.

The beginning had the mother in me spitting fire! Tim is a brilliant boy, trying to make his abusive, dysfunctional family see him for who he is, a son and and brother who happens to be gay. When kicked out of his home, the despair he felt while living on the streets was brilliantly written and honestly had me in tears.

Sam and Aaron’s sadness over losing their submissive was heart wrenching. This couple was at the
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Leyna
Sep 02, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: bdsm, m-m-m, poly
3.5 stars

I can see a pattern here in this series :) Young boy, late teens or early twenties with daddy issues, submissive and sexy dirty thirty man/men, Dom/Doms, of course ;)

As in a previous book, regarding BDSM lifestyle, it seems more vanilla than not but anyway it was sweet.
Barb ~rede-2-read~
I love KC Wells, and in combo with Parker Williams, this dynamic duo always makes reading a pleasure. The BDSM stories in Collars and Cuffs are among my favorites, and so far, the stories from the new club, Secrets have been great. Add to that the fact that I love ménage, and I was set up to love this one right from the start.

And I did enjoy it tremendously, even though I felt a little icky a few times when the two big Doms were with their boy, a twenty-year-old twink who had been abandoned by h
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> > Judging a Book by it's Cover < <
Strong font choices, but the overall composition of the models against the blackout backdrop feels better suited for a psychological thriller than a BDSM Menage Romance. Synopsis sounds interesting but, to be honest, I've loved the Collars & Cuffs series and the Secrets series enough that I only gave the blurb a glossed-over glance. I was much more excited by the prospect of reading another book written by this
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Avid Reader
Aug 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Threepeat (Secrets #3) by K.C. Wells & Parker Williams
4.5 stars
M/M/M BDSM Romance
Triggers: Abuse
I was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.

I have read all of the previous books in this series, but this can be read as a standalone. However, I have enjoyed them all and do recommend them.

This is Aaron and Sam's story. They had a sub that they were truly in love with, but when Seb, their sub decides to break the contract and leave, neither Aaron or Sam knew what to do with thems
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Xanthe
Aug 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Very bad of me but this is the first book in this series I've read. I know, it's really bad but I can tell you that it did nothing to detract from my enjoyment or understanding of the story. It was clear that other couples had their own story and I am definitely going back to read them. I'm a big fan of Collars and Cuffs by K.C. and Parker so I had high hopes for this book and wasn't disappointed.
We start off with an established couple, Aaron and Sam, just going through the motions of life after
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Monique
I've been thinking for a couple of days how to rate and review this. It was an ok read for me, but I had higher hopes reading the blurb and knowing the other books these authors wrote. For me this is certainely not their best, I started skipping and just scanning pages half way through.

My biggest irritation was (view spoiler)
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Kay
Sep 02, 2018 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Not a patch on the first 2 books

Dare I say it was boring. Found myself skipping to the end. Loved the Collar and Cuffs books and first 2 Secrets books.
Jess A Jaye
Aug 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
I have to say I think KC and Parker are one of my absolute favourite collaboration teams. I devoured their Collars and Cuffs series and I'm always eagerly awaiting the next Secrets book. At their heart KC and Parker's books will make your heart hurt in the best way. They will hit you in the feels but will ensure you're never left heartbroken by the end and they are so goddam sexy. I've also been thoroughly educated about BDSM since reading these books. I know books featuring books BDSM aren't fo ...more
JenCW
Aug 25, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: contemporary, arc, bdsm
4.25 Stars!

While this book is the third in this series, I think you could read it as a standalone. I do recommend reading the other books though; they were good reads and help give the reader a better understanding of the secondary characters who play some important roles in this story.

Sam and Aaron lost a part of themselves and almost their relationship when their long time sub, Seb, abruptly broke their contract without explanation. Just when Sam is starting to convince Aaron to get out more,
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Karen
Aug 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I'm a big fan of both the Collars and Cuffs and the Secrets series, and I was terribly curious to see what K.C. Wells and Parker Williams would do with this story. And I should have known it would be... sweet perfection!!

These two authors have a knack for writing strong alpha males with endearingly big hearts and caring natures. Aaron Greene and Sam Thompson fit that bill perfectly. How is a reader to resist them? How is Tim for that matter?

Tim, being a very sensible and discerning young man, f
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Sarah
Aug 12, 2018 rated it liked it
3.5 stars - I was given a copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.

This is a BDSM romance that only just manages to skate around some of my personal triggers. I liked the characters and the sex is hot - but readers who enjoy full power exchange relationships will enjoy the narrative behind this D/s focused story much more than I did.

When Aaron brings home a very ill street kid, he and Sam are surprised to discover how much they get out of caring for the young man. And as much as Ti
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Angie
Aug 15, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I received a copy to read and review for Wicked Reads

This is the 3rd book in the series. While you don't have to read the previous books it would help you understand and love some of the characters that show up in this book from previous ones. This book was a great read for me. Not a ton of angst but just a bit. There was love, compassion, friendship and family in this book. There arw trigger warnings so please read those. Tim has a tough go of things and is at rock bottom when he meets Aaron an
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Addicted2M/M
This wasn't awful by any means, and most of my friends love it, so it is likely just me...but I was bored until the last 20% or so. I didn't much connect with the main characters. Clearly they were lovely people, but I liked secondary characters, Rob and Maggie far more. The collaring was lovely, though.
JD Crittendon
Aug 24, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Creating a Family with Love!

Something missing, someone lost and love found describes the Sam, Aaron & Tim story. It’s sweet, easy read with compelling MCs.
However, a point of contention...Tim is eighteen according to the story. Is he in a position to make lifelong decisions?? I wonder.
Wendy Moore
Aug 25, 2018 rated it really liked it
Lots of feels......I liked all 3 and glad they got their HEA!! Was also great catching up with the others.
meep
Aug 20, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: arc, bbj
3 stars

Threepeat is a collaboration by K.C. Wells and Parker Williams. The book is about Tim who was thrown out from an abusive home and has to survive on the street until he is taken in by a couple of men who have been in a relationship for a long time. They are looking for a submissive and he wants a place to stay until he realizes he has submissive tendencies. MMM warning.

Tim is a kind of a cliche character as he was kicked from an abusive home, has to live on the streets and of course, he so
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KristyAnne Norton
Aug 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Book three in the Secrets series is a MMM and I do not recommend it being read as a stand-alone. For six years two men thought they had the life they had always dreamed of. Two Doms in love with each other and shared that love with their perfect sub. One day that had come to a heart-crushing end when their perfect sub begged them to let him out of his contract. Two years later, they’re barely hanging on to the love they have for each other and the bleak life they now share. Aaron and Sam are bot ...more
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K.C. Wells started writing in 2012, although the idea of writing a novel had been in her head since she was a child. But after reading that first gay romance in 2009, she was hooked.
She now writes full time, and the line of men in her head, clamouring to tell their story, is getting longer and longer. If the frequent visits by plot bunnies are anything to go by, that’s not about to change anytime
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