The Theory of Deviance by Rebecca Grace Allen
(Portland Rebels)

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I liked the book very much. I enjoyed reading it and found it both moving and entertaining by turns. But when I finished it, I wondered whether I ought to have enjoyed it as much as I did. When I really thought about it, there were things which were underdeveloped...
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Deviance is unacceptable. It’s taboo. And it’s the one thing he’s always wanted.

Portland Rebels, Book 3

Painful shyness isn’t the only reason Mikey Pelletier is a twenty-five-year-old virgin. Between working for his parents and volunteering at his church, he neither has the time nor the inclination to admit his bisexuality to the world—or to himself.

A visit from Krissy Porter will hopefully fix everything. After three months of chatting with her, Mikey’s got one carefully planned week to win her heart and lose his V-card. He’s hoping he can pull it off, even with her roommate along for the ride.

Krissy has been drawn to Mikey for a while. He’s so easygoing, she thinks he could be the calm in her storm. But there’s an extra complication when she comes to visit: her friend-with-benefits, “hetero-flexible” roommate, Rafe.

During a week of revelations, intimacy, and kink, Krissy and Rafe become the angel and devil on Mikey’s shoulders, tempting him in different directions. And all three of them discover that a week of pure deviance can lead to the most uncontrollable emotion of all: love.

Warning: This book contains innocent board game-playing that takes a sexy turn, use of recreational substances, back-door action, and some smokin’ hot threesomes. Plus, scenes of inner-demon slaying. Fans and tissues advised.

 

About Rebecca Grace Allen

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Published August 2, 2016 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 150 pages
Genres: Romance. Fiction
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Reviewed by Kaetrin on Aug 05 2016

I liked the book very much. I enjoyed reading it and found it both moving and entertaining by turns. But when I finished it, I wondered whether I ought to have enjoyed it as much as I did. When I really thought about it, there were things which were underdeveloped...

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