Unexpected Gifts

Unexpected Gifts Will Derrie is not dating his friend Molly At all They re just fighting about Star Trek and screwing a lot You know Like you do with your friends Right Thing is he d really like it if they were also

  • Title: Unexpected Gifts
  • Author: Kris Ripper
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Will Derrie is not dating his friend Molly At all They re just fighting about Star Trek and screwing a lot You know Like you do, with your friends Right Thing is, he d really like it if they were also screwing in anky way Which he told her Kind of Ish She loves the gay couple with whom he still shares sex and whips, and when they finally try it out, Molly sWill Derrie is not dating his friend Molly At all They re just fighting about Star Trek and screwing a lot You know Like you do, with your friends Right Thing is, he d really like it if they were also screwing in anky way Which he told her Kind of Ish She loves the gay couple with whom he still shares sex and whips, and when they finally try it out, Molly s a domination savant She says gorgeous, filthy things, in just the right tone So why can t Will get into it And he better try a little harder or she s gonna kick his ass And not in a good way Right when he decides the best sex he ll ever have is with a gay dom who s in love with someone else, said gay dom smacks him around a bit metaphorically literally and convinces him that the potential rewards of communicating honestly with Molly are worth the risk.This is the third installment in the Scientific Method universe If you re reading in order, it comes after Hugh s New Dude.Warnings Various forms of pizza and beer are consumed during times of angst, Marvel and DC Comics are invoked within moments of each other, and the hot stuff is still almost entirely with the boyfriends The author apologizes to Molly, whose steamy scenes mostly take place off page.

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    1. I have to admit I was initially less than thrilled about this book, because Will has a GIRLFRIEND, and I just don't DO MF anymore (though she seems pretty cool and understanding). But - other than him trying to express his kinky desires to her - that's not really the focus. Much of the time is still spent with interactions between Will, Hugh, and Truman, which is awesome because I can't get ENOUGH of them. Here is the part that took it from four to five stars for me, because I LOVE it when BDSM [...]

    2. Here we go. Did I like this book? Not really. My personal preferences aside, was it a good book? Yes.I don't read M/F romances. Just don't like 'em. I went into this one expecting a little M/F thanks to the blurb and was hesitant, but I really wanted to continue Hugh, Truman and Will's story. The author's note of most M/F steamy scenes taking place off-page made me feel a bit better. But in reality, about 40% of this book is told through Molly's POV and there's a lot of sex talk and, yes, some s [...]

    3. I could not get this next book quick enough. Even though it mentions Will finding a girlfriend, Molly is fabulous. She is perfect for Will and has no problems with the boyfriends at all. In fact, she encourages Will's time with them and even receives help and guidance from them with how to be with Will. Again, do not let the mention of a girlfriend keep you from reading this. The girl parts are not really detailed, as much of that is saved for Will's time with Hugh and Truman. Another fabulous a [...]

    4. This series continues to be SO good.I love Molly, and it was great to get her pov for a while and also to actually meet and get to know Becca, who in the first book was entirely an off-screen catalyst for the action rather than a character in her own right.Also, I'm totally here for Will struggling with the importance of his own desires, but I'm even more here for Hugh and Truman struggling to convince him of his importance to them.

    5. I always feel sort of unqualified to comment on kink since I'm pretty vanilla. But when you have characters like these, what they do so intrinsic to who they are, I don't think it matters. It feels genuine and that's what is important. Will's girl is perfect. They're all perfect, imperfections included. Highest compliment: gonna go buy the next one now!

    6. A very enjoyable addition to the series. Will and Molly are trying, but it's difficult. The boyfriends are helping and we leave them on a hopeful note, which makes me in two minds about whether or not to continue I know we are going to go dark in book three and I'm not sure if I am ready for it!

    7. This one had me. This book had me from the first word. It had me stretching to alleviate my tension. It had me on the verge of tears the whole way. It had me talking to my husband about it. It had me posting a status update (which I’ve never done). It had me.

    8. A Joyfully Jay review. 4.25 starsUnexpected Gifts is the third book in Kris Ripper’s Scientific Method series and this story focuses primarily on Will and his new relationship with Molly. We can tell he really cares for her, and even though they can’t quite admit they are pretty serious with each other, it is clear they are good together. Molly is supportive (and quite enthusiastic) about Will’s relationship with the boyfriends and willing to do what Will needs from a Dom/sub end. The prob [...]

    9. Because: Truman.When Truman was introduced in Hugh's New Dude, I was mildly skeptical. How would Will fit? How would Truman fit? Who would Hugh spend his time spanking?But. Yeah. Truman.Truman is by far one of my most favorite supporting characters. He's a perfect fit, to the story and Hugh.Let's face it: We all love Will and want to slap his ass then cuddle him close. We all want a Hugh to tell us to get on our knees and reassure us that what we want in - and out - of the bedroom isn't weird, i [...]

    10. Now that Hugh has a steady boyfriend, it’s only natural for Will to get a steady girlfriend. A girlfriend who is okay with Will having sex with two men. I feel strongly that this book and book 2 should have been combined into one. I’m think the author split them up just to make more of a profit. Both were under 30,000 words.Really nothing more to say about this book. It’s too short for much significance to happen. I’ll keep proceeding with the books for now, but really, I’m getting ann [...]

    11. It's more an educational primer than a story in some ways (which wasn't what I was looking for, but I bet many readers will be.) Will's dialogue is still the best thing about this for me. I like the friendship of the two girls as well. But I can't imagine being that into topping. So, some of it was lost on me.

    12. Review from 2017: I will admit that I'm mainly after Will/Hugh/Truman interaction, but it's all good.Review from 2015: I binge read all the Scientific Method books over a week, and find they all blend together in my mind. This is much about Will and Molly.

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