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Be Mine: An Interracial Poly Romance Novella (Four for Love Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- File size : 836 KB
- Publication date : February 12, 2019
- Publisher : SJF Books LLC (February 12, 2019)
- Print length : 118 pages
- ASIN : B07MZXCNPV
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #608,984 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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If multiple partners that are forever committed to each other offends you, don't read this story. I loved it because the friendship brought them all together as a family. Yes there were nasty comments and behaviors by others but love and commitment will work through it.
Regardless, Savannah always succeeds in setting the stage and tone. I love how much detail typically goes into her writing, she offers descriptions for the most minute details. That being said, I wish she would have offered more of a description of Ade, Ye-Jun and Boyd's physical appearances. We got the gist, just enough to determine ethnicities and slight builds, but I still found it difficult to conjure mental images of these guys. Other than that, this was a nice little afternoon read.
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First book I read by the author. I loved this romance. It's a short story, with funny moments, and also very intimate moments. I recommend it.
Ingrid lives with her three friends and feels something more than friendship for them, but she doesn't believe her feelings will be reciprocated. Until an innocent question makes her discover what Ade, BB and Ye really feel.
I love Ingrid. She feels insecure about her physical appearance. She has never attracted anyone, and she knows she wants something impossible. She doesn't want to lose her friends, she doesn't want to break up their friendship, and she doesn't want them to fight over her. It is better to hide what she feels. But she can't do it. She wants to love and be loved. She wants to stop hiding. I love that she does it, that she is brave, that she decides to take risks.
I love Ade, BB and Ye. Each one has their own personality, which is reflected in their gestures, in how they treat her, in how they behave when they are alone. All three also have feelings for her, and I guess it wouldn't be easy for them to talk about it. They wouldn't want to give her up, but they wouldn't want to lose their friendship either. It was better to stay away, because they didn't think she felt the same way. When did they decide that they didn't have to fight, that they could be together, if she wanted to? Shortly before she talked to them?
I have a soft spot for BB. He's a tender, nice and caring man.
I love the complicity they have before they start their relationship, and how their romance develops.
I love her first time (and their first time together). It's very intimate, full of affection.
I also love that they decide to fight for their love, no matter what others think. What they have is worth it.
And one detail that I love is when they say they would like to see her pregnant with their children. Their children. It doesn't matter who the biological father is. They're theirs.