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Tuesdays with Jay and Other Stories (Neighborly Affection, #2.5)

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I loved this book, which is a companion novel to the "Neighborly Affection" series. A third-person heroine POV, BDSM DM/sm/sf menage that is ultimately about two men who try to teach a woman what love looks like, so that she may recognize it in them for each other and for her.

It isn't meant to be read outside the series as the novella between books, but alongside it, chapter by chapter. Each chapter of Tuesdays with Jay has a sub-heading pointing the reader to the place in the series that it takes place. It is in the male POV of one of the heroes, and takes place outside the series set in a Boston diner on Tuesday afternoons along with the heroine.

It gives so much more insight into the mind of the sweet, flirty, outgoing submissive Jay Kress. He is shown in the series as being exuberant, loyal, and eager to please. Since the series is written in the heroine's POV, we aren't privy to his thoughts, which may be considered a bit shallow due to his not being able to really say what he wants.

Alice is being slowly coaxed into recognizing the love that Jay and his dominant/owner Henry have for her, so with Henry setting the plans in motion, Jay is left to follow his lead. Henry is always holding Jay back a bit in the hopes that Alice won't get spooked.

It was Jay who came up with the idea of having lunches with Alice every Tuesday as a way of building their relationship past the nights they spent together, and to act as eyes and ears for Henry so that they can make sure their plans are hitting the right target.

This book consists of chapter by chapter scenes matching up with the series, each Tuesday lunch that Alice and Jay share where we hear so much more that we otherwise would have had M.Q. not put out the book.

Also, this book contains never before released chapters, so those who think they have read them already because they were getting the newsletter, know this, it goes past book two and into book three. It also contains the novella "Three Way Tie" is added at the end, meant to be read after finishing "Healing the Wounds". ( )
  Rellwood74 | Feb 18, 2021 |
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