Multiple Women Ménage
by Verity Ant
It has always been the case that ménage with one man and two women has been popular in men's erotic fiction. In more recent years, some of that has trickled over to women's erotic fiction as well. More prevalent, over the last five years or so, has been the trend toward two men and one woman for women's ménage erotica. M/F/M sex has been a fantasy of women for a long, long time, but they're only now getting a chance to read about it more freely and publish it openly.
In Master's Hunt, the story focuses on a M/f/f triad, but it's not exactly the old-fashioned kind. This triad is lead by a strong, dominant male who is served by two submissive females. These two women are far from doormats; they have strength, perseverance, active careers, and intelligent minds. So why would they choose to be in a relationship where they have to share their man?
I've been in a relationship like this in the past. It suited me and my Dom, Derek, at the time. I would do it again if it was practical. One reason I went into it was selfish: I'm bisexual and I wanted a stable, secure and safe partner to care for in that way. In Master's Hunt, both Renee and Amiko are bisexual and have those cravings to satisfy along with their heterosexual needs. Would either still be in a relationship with Kevin if the other was not present? Yes. Renee was in her relationship with Kevin alone for five years before Amiko entered the picture. Amiko quickly showed how well she fit into the relationship, and in the novel, when she's taken from them by a kidnapper, they're devastated and will go to any lengths to get her back.
Another reason a woman might share her guy is because it appeals to him. Possibly the majority of men have a fantasy involving two women in their bed. Kevin is not immune to this desire. He can afford to have two women, has the patience to manage them and the intelligence to deal with the logistics. He is also in a social position where he doesn't need to keep it much of a secret. He takes Renee and Amiko to events and parties together, and if anyone asks him why he does it, his answer is simple: "Because I can." But what benefit is it to Amiko and Renee to please their guy like this? In this case, this aspect of their triad is satisfied because they truly love Kevin and want him to fulfill all his desires.
A ménage of any sort is not for everyone. Jealousy is a ménage-killer of the first order. It is my opinion, however, that jealousy is a learned characteristic rather than an intrinsic one. A lot of readers will claim that it would be too strong an emotion to overlook for them, and I kindly advise them to avoid real-life ménages. I'm sure they would without my input. Ménage fantasies, like Master's Hunt, where everything is copasetic, those can be fun and blazing hot. That's what makes them fantastic reads.
Kevin, Renee, and Amiko love each other. Like the triangle—the strongest geometric configuration—their love is both simple and complex, made more complex, perhaps, by the BDSM nature of their sexuality. Kevin is the apex of their union, a sexual sadist and dominant personality. His women, both intelligent and attractive, are submissive, but only to him. He would never harm them, but Kevin, driven by the narrow focus of his sexuality, finds pleasure in inflicting sexual pain in a controlled manner, rewarding good behavior with pleasure.
When Amiko is stolen from their triad, kidnapped by a crazy woman who fancies herself in love with the Asian beauty, both Kevin and Renee are beside themselves with concern for her welfare. They need to find Amiko before something ugly happens to her. From captivity, Amiko tries to help them, but her trail of “breadcrumbs” might just get her into more trouble than she is already in.
Kevin’s forceful nature demands that he take charge of the search and rescue operation. Renee’s love for her sister-in-spirit compels her to accept danger. Amiko must be saved. Any other outcome, the ruin of their carefully nurtured triad, simply cannot be borne.
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