This review is heading into NSFW territory. You’ve been warned.
You might want to read my review for the prequel (The Dare) before this one!
I loved The Dare, but I kept craving some scenes that had no space to exist within a short novella… Losers: Part I so many of these scenes. It was the perfect length.
I’m so pleased with this book.
I’ve been searching for good polyamory stories for years & this is a cherished discovery. I’m hoping it leads to a whole treasure trove.
Losers: Part I
BDSM, Smut, Romance, Polyamory
I was supposed to have it all.
I’d been Prom Queen, Cheer Captain – high school’s most savage Queen Bee. I could have everything I wanted.
Except them. The freaks, the weirdos, the school’s ultimate losers: Manson, Jason, Lucas, and Vincent. Our hatred for each other couldn’t keep us apart, not even when my own mistake got Manson expelled and made me the ultimate villain to the rest of them.
One night was supposed to be enough.
I couldn’t resist forever. For one night I gave myself over to the men I wasn’t supposed to want and satisfied the darkest parts of my soul. But some things are meant to stay in the dark. One night, and it was over.
Nothing more than a game.
Now, with college behind me, our worlds collide yet again. Four men, all willing to share me as their plaything until my debt to them is paid. Another game to satiate my dark cravings, the twisted rules of which bring us all even closer than before. But games aren’t meant to last.
When the debt is paid and the game is done, what if I don’t want to walk away?
Although not required, it is recommended to read the novella, The Dare, prior to reading Losers.
This book is First Person, Multi POV.
This is an 18+ polyamorous bisexual romance between one woman and four men, including MF, MM, and group scenes. Reader discretion is strongly advised, this is a dark read. This book contains graphic sexual scenes, intense scenes of BDSM, graphic violence, and strong language. A full content note can be found in the front matter of the book.
27 jan 2023
28 jan 2023
The time skip after the events of The Dare left me a little disoriented, but I quickly caught up.
I loved the poly relationship, I loved how sexuality was portrayed as fluid (there was no obsessing over labels) and I loved
Jessica frustrated me a couple times (some of her decisions/actions around old friends made no sense to me) but there was a lot of growth in her character. She felt less one-dimensional than in The Dare.
Almost every wish I had from reading the prequel novella was granted (and a few extra!) Losers: Part 2 looms on the horizon like a happy promise.
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