Lord and Lady Atwood have a surprisingly happy marriage, considering that he put it off for as long as he could avoid it, while Imogen, the bride, is recovering from an unhappy marriage. They also have a very sensual marriage, and when Lord Atwood's former lover returns to London, Lady Atwood is willing to add a third to their union.
Considering that Lord Atwood's Lovers is a brief story, the author manages to make the characters distinct and to give them depth, which is helpful in a menage romance when so many of them make the male characters into clones. (And that is really disappointing when it isn't intentional or sci fi). If you are looking for a sensual, menage read in a Regency setting with characters that have depth, pick Lord Atwood's Lovers.
To the rest of the ton, Lord and Lady Atwood seem to have the perfect marriage. They wed for love and their marriage bed doesn't lack for passion—but Imogen is haunted by the memory of her first marriage…while Charles harbors secret thoughts and desires he's been unable to confess to his wife.
Then Charles's ex-lover, Alexander Lambert, arrives in town, throwing Charles into a tailspin—and awakening a surprising attraction in Imogen. Now, both have to face the possibility that they may need more than just each other to be truly complete….