Double Heat

Double Heat When Evan and Brennan moved in with their boyfriends Alek and Luka they knew things would be complicated but as their privacy gets eroded and people around them begin to notice the tangled nature

  • Title: Double Heat
  • Author: Lynn Kelling
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  • Page: 466
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  • When Evan and Brennan moved in with their boyfriends, Alek and Luka, they knew things would be complicated, but as their privacy gets eroded, and people around them begin to notice the tangled nature of the four way relationship, coping becomes a struggle After Brennan leaves on a brief trip home, and Evan remains behind to enjoy the full attention of both Alek and Luka,When Evan and Brennan moved in with their boyfriends, Alek and Luka, they knew things would be complicated, but as their privacy gets eroded, and people around them begin to notice the tangled nature of the four way relationship, coping becomes a struggle After Brennan leaves on a brief trip home, and Evan remains behind to enjoy the full attention of both Alek and Luka, the careful balance of things gets thrown off Ex boyfriends surface, haunting Evan and Brennan in similar ways as regret for poor choices threatens their happiness, and the sexual freedom displayed earlier in their lives draws predators willing to use violence, coercion, mind games and force to take what they want Though Luka and Alek struggle to protect those they love, it soon becomes clear that the dangers surrounding them will find ways to rush in, trying to take what belongs to them M M See publisher s website for content labels.
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    • ☆ Todd says:

      Oh. My. Fucking. God. This book far exceeds the drama and frustration levels of the first two books in the series. ** Spoilers ahead, so you've been warned. **This one is all about an abusive ex coming after Brennan and Evan allowing himself to be manipulated into having sex again with the man who took advantage of him when he was 14.And Evan went *willingly*. Then let the creep VIDEO TAPE the entire humiliating experience. God, I wanted to shoot someone in the face. RepeatedlyYes, Evan and Bren [...]

    • Lynn Kelling says:

      This is the 3rd novel in the Twin Ties series and it is scheduled for release in September, 2015!**UPDATE** The release date of this book has been moved up to the end of August!! Cover reveal to come

    • Jewel says:

      ARC of Double Heat provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This review has been cross-posted at Reviews by Jessewave3.5 StarsWhile I have enjoyed this series - I mean, it is SUPER HOT - I felt like parts of Double Heat felt too drawn out. I would also have liked to see some time pass and see Evan and Brennan mature a bit. Their constant self blame for being abused and hurt, the constant excuses as to why their abusers weren't bad guys and their tendency to run away or change [...]

    • Kazza says:

      Hell yes!! I love this series.Why? Because it's two x twins and the series is sexy as sinThis is an interesting book. On one hand it is super sexy, I can't resist reading about these guys. On the other hand it deals with some (sadly) common and serious topics. There's social commentary related to predatory behaviour - in this instance a paedophile as well as partner abuse. People preying on another when they are younger, vulnerable. The effects and mind games it plays on those who are violated a [...]

    • Sandi ♥'s way too many M/M books says:

      Man this one about gutted me. Lots of triggers in here people Rape, underage (via flashbacks) of way to much for a young boy to deal with. Just packed full of angsty tough times. But yea I loved this series. The Popavic twins Yea I want some of my own please.

    • Paul says:

      Interesting trilogy but not for everyone, major trigger warning so read the blurb's to each book. I initially read this more out of curiosity, but I got a lot more than I was bargaining for. The understanding of broken twins, that could only help each other put themselves back together again. I might not agree with the elephant in the room (incest) but the way Lynn Kelling wrote these made it make sense in a way but only to their individual circumstance. I can't explain it properly

    • Arlyn says:

      *This was a re-read for me. Because I already knew how the story panned out, I found myself paying more attention to the nuances of the relationship dynamic between the four main characters than to the sequence of events within the story. Definitely a more subdued and reflective read the second time around. However, the 5 star rating still stands.*Original Review:This is the third book in the Twin Ties series. Like it's predecessors, this was a 5 star read for me. While this series will always h [...]

    • Debra says:

      3.5 starsFirst off, you MUST read this series in order or the story will not work at all. Double Heat picks up shortly after Dual Affairs (formerly titled Twin Affairs) ended, with the four men settling into their new apartment and living as a foursome. I found this installment to be the hardest to read. The focus is on Evan and Brennan overcoming their past in order to move on and it is nowhere near easy since the abuse they both suffered is highlighted and people they thought they had left beh [...]

    • Joyfully Jay says:

      A Joyfully Jay review. 4.25 starsI’m going to start by saying that this book was a lot harder to read than the first two, and that was largely due to the subject matter and some of the things that are portrayed on page. It was masterfully written and wholly necessary for the tale, however, there are definitely some very tough issues brought up and actually shown. I’m going to just bluntly state, for any of you who need the trigger warnings, that there is rape, noncon/dubcon, and discussion a [...]

    • Lisa says:

      I waited such a long time to read this book. Today was the day. Settled down in my comfy armchair, nice cup of tea and a blanket, ( yes its August, but its the UK and its chilly) and I began.Wow what a book.We were introduced to 2 new friends, Pres and Cater, who were just that friends.Yes, there was lots of sex between our 4 men and even a chain of 4 at the end but this book was a lot darker than the previous 2.We had a lot of Brennan and Evan's back story and it wasn't easy to read. My heart b [...]

    • Trio says:

      Amazing - I thought this was the end of the series but at the conclusion of the book LK writes she is working on more, either some short stories she wrote to prepare Evan's character for the second book or maybe even a fourth in the series. That would be incredible given the changes these four make over the three books - esp Evan and Brennan, their characters grow so much. I'm always blown away by Kelling's ability to get so into her characters and make them so real. The way she is able to take [...]

    • Love Bytes Reviews says:

      5 Heart Review by RobertaSo, I love long books. I love long books that are part if a series. So, this book came up on the review list and I vaguely remember buying the first book in the series. Now, normally…I’d just read this book and see if I could just figure things out. However, something told me that this one…I truly would need to read the first two books in order to really get a feel for this story and dammit…I was right. These books…just DAMN!!So, this book picks up a few months [...]

    • Susan65 says:

      The Blogger GirlsI love this series. Who knew I could not only read a double taboo book, but actually freaking love it? Maybe it had more to do with the realism the author brings to the story, and the many, many feels, but I love this series and highly recommend it to everyone, even those who normally steer clear of taboo or twincest.Book three has the twins, Evan and Brennan, and Alek and Luka, living together as a committed and loving foursome. Those important to the guys all know the truth of [...]

    • A.M. Arthur says:

      My poor heart was a beaten, bloody pulp by the time I finished this one. THANKS A LOT LYNN.While Evan is undoubtedly the main "star" of this series, Brennan totally stole the show for me in this book. There's a bit more focus on his past and his emotional journey (don't get me started on all the ways I wanted to tear Tommy to pieces). The author pulls no punches, either, in depicting on-page violence, but there is always a tender follow-through in terms of the comfort half of those hurt/comfort [...]

    • Diane says:

      My Admiration Continues to GrowMs. Kelling has written the first three books of a series that only gets better with each subsequent publication. She has drawn us into the lives of these strong men. Lives who are entwined to such a degree that they feel each other's pain when they're apart while their love grows deeper every day. The cast of secondary characters are just as well thought out. Their actions are sometimes cruel and at other times misguided. Waiting for the next book in the series is [...]

    • Agony Tate says:

      Perfect. Absolutely Perfect. You have to read this book. See the entire review here: agonytate.wordpress/2015/

    • Zoe says:

      "Fuck you for feeling so good," Brennan complained. "Jesus" Wow. I just finished this one late last night and even if it was the most difficult book to read for me in the series, I really loved it and how different this series is from all those other stories you get to read lately. The story starts a few weeks after Brennan, Luka, Alek and Evan moved into their apartment together and while one is whishing that now everything is starting to get more and more sorted out and normal, things are gett [...]

    • Caroline Brand says:

      REVIEWED FOR PRISM BOOK ALLIANCEI think one thing you can be assured of in a Lynn Kelling book is that she doesn’t pull punches. Double Heat is no different and is quite a difficult read in some places. It focuses on Brennan and Evan and more precisely how circumstances and sometimes poor judgement from their pasts has come back to haunt them. There is still a lot in the book about Alek and Luka but they take on more of a protector/nurturing role, we have yet to get their full story but hopefu [...]

    • Monica Vidal says:

      Ah books*sighs* They come out of nowhere and they sweep you out of your feet. I started this series because of the twincest thing. I'm not ashamed to admit that. It's a polemic topic, it's hot, it's forbidden so yeah, I'm on it. But thenk, Lynn happened. What started as a "holy shit this is too hot to be true" ended with me broken hearted and sad. I know, to some ppl that is not a good sign, but to me, the books that leave me crying in a corner are the ones I'll never forget. The twins (Evan's a [...]

    • Tracy says:

      Wow what can I say about this book. You know when you read a book by this author that it will not be all hearts and flowers. Lynn writes stories that are dark and gutwrenching and at times really hard to read. This book was no different. What Evan and Brennan had to endure in this instalment was absolutely terrifying and completely heartbreaking. In a way tho it almost felt necessary, like they needed this to see just what they have with each other. To see that they are all absolutely all meant [...]

    • Tracy says:

      God! This book was so hard for me to read Evan just makes me want to hug him and protect himThere were two parts in the story that I literally had to either put down or fast forward to see how the scene ended then I would go back and read itI enjoyed the story The love and passion that they all feel for each other literally comes off the pagesI can feel how scared they are for each other during certain scenes and the tension was so realLynn is an awesome story teller and I really hope now that t [...]

    • ❀~Amy~❀ says:

      I loved this bookat said, it was really hard to read at times. Brennan and Evan really had some tough experiences in this one. Learning about their past was hard, but the things that occurred in the present were harder for me. And just so someone isn't surprised like I was, there are 3 scenes of rape in this book. I usually avoid that like the plague and I'm not sure if I would have read this book had I known ahead of time. This was well-written and I loved the story as a whole. Alec and Luka we [...]

    • Wendy Ann says:

      Update:I find it amazing that after a re-read, it can still feel as if I've read the book for the first time. Throughout this series, I picked up on details that I either missed or didn't remember from the first go around. As awesome as I remembered!!!Original review:Just when you think things can’t possibly get more difficult or dramatic for this tangled foursome – they do – of course they do. This book was by far the most challenging of the three so far to read. The blurb covers the warn [...]

    • Elisa Rolle says:

      Double Heat (Twin Ties #3) by Lynn Kelling: reviews-and-ramblings.dreamwid 2015 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention (5* from at least 1 judge)

    • Stephanie says:

      This was the hardest book of the series to read, so much bad happened that it was almost overwhelming. Around 57% (view spoiler)[ I really hated Drew and I was so mad a Evan for willingly going with him all the while knowing he shouldn't have, the chapter was too much and did detract from the book for me (hide spoiler)] I was so close to stopping and marking this as my first DNF but I kept going and it got better (kind of), also reading the Author notes at the end helped a bit.There are lots of [...]

    • Ula'ndi Hart says:

      Not going to rate this because I didn't finish it. I've been trying to get around to it since Febuary and I finally just gave in and decided to admit defeat. It just totally lost me somewhere. I might finished it someday, I might not. So I'm just gonna move it to the side now.

    • ⚣❣☙ Michaelle ❧❣⚣ says:

      Gah. Glad it's over. I mean, holy fuck the sex was smoking hot and off the charts good (plus, you know, TWO sets of twins - all boinking. Yeshhhhhh). But I dunnomething about the way the twincest was all reasoned out, blamed on their isolation and upbringing and abuse. No, I'm not happy with it.Yes, I suppose for the content itself it was good, well written, fully explored. I'm just sit over here in my less dark world where fucked up shit isn't what prompted their relationships.(Also, I've re-so [...]

    • Jacki says:

      I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review through Wicked Readster reading the first two books, I flew right through this one. It definitely left me with mixed feelings. I loved where the author was going with it. I thought gong back to the characters' pasts to bring forth the buried emotional trauma to bring healing, better understanding, and stronger love was a great way to round out the series, especially after the emotional havoc from book two.The only thing that left me [...]

    • Gina Marie ~books are my drug of choice~ says:

      This book gives much more of the younger twins back story. Many of those questions that I had after the first two books were answered. This book was heartbreaking. The past comes into the present for both boys with tragic consequences. For those easily triggered or people who have a hard time dealing with abuse issues this is a book you may want to skip. Nothing is gratuitous, there is a point behind everything but some hard issues come up in this book. The manipulations, emotional and mental ab [...]

    • Raisa says:

      This was intense Holy hell! Damnnnnn All the books in these series are soo intense I dont have words except for Mindfucked. This opened my virginal eyes to places I have nerver been before. Interesting series .

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