Okay, so I've read a few reviews for my M/M/F menage Keeper of the Light [Wicked River] where readers had issues because instead of focusing solely on the heroine, my guys are doing the bump and grind with each other as well.
So, here I am to put to rest any misconceptions.
Two straight men with one woman. The men are not sexually involved at any point in the story, though they will have sex with the female at the same time.
Two bisexual men with one woman. The heroes are intimate both sexually and emotionally with each other (well they are emotionally in my books) as well as with the heroine.
Now, I do not write M/F/M. Maybe it's because I mostly write M/M romance, but I need my guys to have a connection with each other as well as with the heroine. Besides, it's just more fun to me. I'm not advocating one over the other... it's just my preference, as everyone else has their own.
But, since we're on the topic, I'll go ahead and define a few more:
One woman with three or more men. The men are not sexually active with each other. The female is shared equally by all men.
One woman with three or more men. The men are not sexually active with each other. The female is shared mutually, though will be more active with one "alpha" male. Or in cases of sex outside a relationship, will have sex with the other men, but will "end up" with one man.
Two women with one man. The women are not sexually active, though share the male mutually.
One man and two women. The women are sexually active with each other and share the hero mutually.
So, now that I've covered that, Catch a Falling Star [Wicked River 2] is in the works. It is a M/M/F, and yep, you guessed it -- my guys will be getting down and dirty with each other as well as their very feisty mate, Moira.