earlier, Jason and his friends Ken, Bart, and Davey decided
to prove to their friend and softball teammate Jen that she
was a desirable woman by sleeping with her. After some wild
times, Ken and Jen realized they were in love, paired off,
and got married. While he’s happy for them, their marriage
leaves Jason a little lonely. He’s on the hunt for some
female companionship when Davey makes an intriguing offer—a
ménage with a woman he picked up at the reception venue.
for it, and finds the experience unexpectedly hot. Hot
enough, in fact, that when Davey suggests another ménage
Jason agrees. What will happen when Jason begins to realize
he’d rather ditch the woman and just be with Davey?
I’m not much
for ménage stories as a rule, but I liked Two Man
Team. Jason is an attractive, sweet Southern boy
who loves sex, and women, but wants something more. He’s
astonished to find himself so attracted to his best friend,
prickly computer geek Davey. I thought Jason dealt with his
confusion very well, given the strange circumstances he
finds himself in. Davey is controlled and closed off,
except when he’s having sex. The ménage scenes were hot.
As Jason’s feelings deepened, dealing with the ménages grew
more complicated, and Davey kept upping the stakes. I
empathized with Jason’s struggle to understand his feelings,
and the outcome is both sweet and satisfying. I think both
ménage fans and fans of gay romance will find a lot to like
in Two Man Team.
I haven’t read One for the Team, the previous story,
but aside from some references which were fairly well
explained, Two Man Team stands alone quite