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Foursomes and Moresomes by HLD

Author's Description:
This is the continuing tale of me and my three lovely wives. At the end of "Weekend Getaway", I alluded to a story involving two of my friends from high school, Mimi and Geoff. They let us in on their secret lives and we open up our plural marriage.
Size: 278 KB ( ~ 52,717 words)
Genre: Erotica
Sex Contents: Stroke Story
Tags: Ma/Fa, Fa/Fa, Consensual, Lesbian, Heterosexual, BDSM, DomSub, MaleDom, Humiliation, Swinging, Group Sex, Polygamy/Polyamory, Oral Sex, Anal Sex, Sex Toys, Cream Pie, Voyeurism

Review by orangeade   [other reviews by orangeade]

Reviewed: 2010-05-01

In "Foursomes and Moresomes," HLD's third installment in his "Three Girls and a Guy" series, the action gets a lot kinkier and a little darker than in the previous stories about the polyamorous quartet.

The relationship between the male protagonist and his wives, Melinda, Leah and Katie, is pretty unconventional all by itself, but the sexual fun detailed up to this point, while plentiful, has been pretty mainstream. But in "Foursomes," we learn the lovers have experimented in all sorts of areas over the years, and in this story take it to a new level with the addition of another couple.

Domme/Sub stories generally aren't my thing . . . but I found after reading the previous two "Three Girls and a Guy" stories that I liked these characters and felt comfortable enough with them to go on this new ride, which features a great deal of dominant and submissive aspects.

Unfortunately, since this story is set within the time frame of the previous story, "Weekend Getaway," any attempt at building suspense as to the effect of opening dangerous new doors in their relationships is kind of wasted, since we already know the status of their group marriage beyond this story. Beyond that, the only problem is that HLD uses both the given name and nickname of one of the new characters interchangeably, sometimes from one sentence to the next, and matters only get worse when that character is given a "pet" name midway through the story. After awhile, it's not really all that confusing, but it IS quite annoying.

Even if master/slave stories aren't you're cup of tea, you'll probably still enjoy "Foursomes and Moresomes" if you've already read the first two stories in the series. It's worth giving it a try.

Plot: 9 | Technical Quality: 8 | Appeal to Reviewer: 8