• Title: The Lost Locket
  • Author: Marie Harte
  • ISBN: 9781607379409
  • Page: 111
  • Format: ebook
  • The Lost Locket A casualty of funding wars and an overzealous Defense Department trying to clean up its reputation after several failed experimental programs the Psychic Warfare Program PWP is scrapped in the throes
    A casualty of funding wars and an overzealous Defense Department trying to clean up its reputation after several failed experimental programs, the Psychic Warfare Program PWP is scrapped in the throes of its infancy Its participants are transferred to other defense agencies, but a few decide to leave the government behind, knowing full well their freedom hinges on keepiA casualty of funding wars and an overzealous Defense Department trying to clean up its reputation after several failed experimental programs, the Psychic Warfare Program PWP is scrapped in the throes of its infancy Its participants are transferred to other defense agencies, but a few decide to leave the government behind, knowing full well their freedom hinges on keeping a low profile and living under the radar.Life on the outside isn t easy Without the constant physical, mental and psychic training they ve become accustomed to, many of the PWPs best break down, losing control of their abilities and their minds Returning to Uncle Sam s open arms seems like their only viable option, until one of their own comes up with an idea that just might work And the Power Up Gym is born Trainers, weights and fitness by day, psychic training and investigative work by night.Ex PWP agent Keegan Price likes beer, sex, and relaxing after a hard day s work He s looking forward to exercising his telekinetic skills on a real case Finding a lost locket seems almost too easy, but hey, it s a job away from the civilian world When James Foreman tags along, so much the better Foreman s a wiseass who loves a good time, and his ability to manipulate fire with a snap comes in handy Keegan knows they re overqualified for this simple retrieval, but he figures he and James have earned a working vacation after spending so many hours in that damned gym Except the case turns out to be anything but simple The locket s a weapon, he and James can t take their eyes off the woman wearing it, and their spiraling sexual attraction for each other and her makes for one hell of a ride Note This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable Anal play intercourse, male male sexual practices, menage m m f.

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    1. Actually 3.5 StarsThis was a quick and enjoyable read. Usually, the biggest problem that I have with menage stories is that it's usually all about the girl. That never seems quite realistic to me, that three people could be in such an intimate relationship and yet have two of the members of that relationship completely uninvolved with each other. When you live in such close proximity with someone and you get to know them the way no one else does, it's hard not to feel any emotions toward that pe [...]

    2. Very interesting; the plot was kind of skimmed over [not shallow, just kind of avoided, for the most part - more on that], and I felt certain points could have been explained a lot more, but for the most part I had great fun reading "The Lost Locket."Now, I like menage stories but it's so hard to find a good m/m/f that's just that - m/m/f. Not m/f/m where the woman gets all the bloody attention because to me, no matter how strong a woman is, that's just ridiculous. Trying to have a sexual relat [...]

    3. The Lost Locket is the first in a series by Marie that kind of takes off where Circe's Recruits and Dawn Endeavor series ended. Members of the PWP have move to Bend, OR and are keeping busy running a gym which covers as a base of operation for their new work as civilians. The gym also lets them work off their excess psychic energies.Keegan and James have been friends from the first time they meet, making them work partners. And they couldn’t be any more different than night and day. Keegan is [...]

    4. The Lost Locket is the first book in the PowerUp! series written by Marie Harte.A casualty of funding wars and an overzealous Defense Department trying to clean up its reputation, the Psychic Warfare Program (PWP) is scrapped not long after it starts. The psychics in the program are transferred to other agencies within the government, but a few decide to get out completely and set up on their own, knowing that the best way forward is keeping a low profile and living under the radar - so began th [...]

    5. This series is a spin-off of Marie Harte's previous Circe's Recruits and Dawn Endeavor series. While those characters were genetically enhanced to be stronger, faster, physical beings, the characters in this series were given serums to enhance their psychic powers. In this first book, the ex-PWP (Psychic Warfare Program NOT Porn Without Plot!) agents have been working at the PowerUp! gym. They find that regular physical workouts reduce their psychic strain. When the head of their small group sta [...]

    6. I didn't realize until looking at other reviews that this is a 'spin off' of Dawn Endeavor/Circe's Recruits. That wasn't delved into too much just that a drug was used to enhance what they already had.I liked Keegan and James relationship and camaraderie. While James has known for a while that he's into both sexes and that he's wanted Keegan for a while, Keegan on the other hand is in the dark until he finally notices a change in their relationship dynamic and his feelings toward the other male. [...]

    7. A great example of what Marie Harte does so well. In so many menages the guys relationship with each other isn't given a chance to grow emotionally because they're so busy making sure the female is happy. In The Lost Locket the M/M relationship was given a chance to develop and work before they met the female. The fact that it was a different relationship that not everyone would accept was handled well and Keegan was actually given a chance to feel weird about the fact that he'd just had a sexua [...]

    8. ✰✰✰½ If you've read Dawn's Endeavor or Circe's Recruit series, you're familiar with the author's writing. Pretty good mmf - James has had his eye on coworker Keegan for a while and when they're sent off on a road trip, James sees his chance to try his wiles on Keegan. Then they meet up with Rory and feel a connection. Can they build something further?

    9. This was surprisingly good. I mean there were so many paths that could have taken this book down the wrong way. I wasn't cheesy when the plot really could have went that way. It was really one of the only times a MFM love story has happened so nicely. I didn't know it was a MFM until I was already in the book, but it was told very well. I do wish it was longer though.

    10. This is a great series! Keegan, Rory and James's story was funny, romantic, full of suspense! The banner between the 3 of Them had me laughing out loud! Their mission to find the lost locket, had me on the edge of my seat dying to know what was going to happen! I am looking forward to reading more of the series! I highly recommend this book!

    11. I enjoyed this story. It was really hot and steamy as most of Marie Harte's books are. The PWP guys have really interesting abilities and I'm looking forward to reading the stories of the other member of the team.

    12. I liked this more than I thought I would. Decent story, good smut. Explores new mm relationship and the feelings that go with it. It is a set-up for a continual series.

    13. I liked the plot. interesting and quick. the steamy scenes were pretty hot. things were not explained in too much depth but that is probably not the main reason to read this one. Hot!

    14. *3.5 stars rounded up.I really liked the premise and the characters but found that the pacing was a little too fast.

    15. It was ok. Would have liked a little more paranormal or even a bit more background into Power Up!.All in all it wasn't bad

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