- File Size: 2457 KB
- Print Length: 107 pages
- Publisher: Pride Publishing (September 5, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 5, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0748KP343
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,116,913 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Eighty-One Days Kindle Edition
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Eric and Luke have been best friends for most of their lives. They've been through much together and have shared everything, including women. Eric is a firefighter, off in Western Canada battling wildfires. His best friend, Luke, meets new to town Jenna, at the veterinarian's office. These two hit it off right away and a love affair begins. Jenna has heard the stories about Eric and Luke, how they've shared women and she's excited and intrigued by the idea. When Eric returns after being gone for two years, he wonders how he'll fit into their lives.
With this being such a short story, things move fast, but there's a lot more going on here than just some wild, steamy sex. Each character is pretty well-developed and though I wished for a teeny bit more about Jenna, I didn't think much was lacking in this department. Mullins treats each individual relationship as important as the triad one and I really liked seeing that. She showcases each character; Eric's worry of coming into an established relationship between Luke and Jenna. Jenna's worry that she's not enough for both men on top of knowing there is a shared history between Luke and Eric. Luke's wish to bring Eric into his relationship with Jenna because really, he's been there all along, even if only in spirit. The history between Eric and Luke is what really intrigued me and how this would all play out when they love each other but also love Jenna.
Make no mistake, there is some serious chemistry going on in Eighty-One Days, but there's also depth and complexities you don't always find in a short, erotic read. Give this one a try. I bet you'll be as pleasantly surprised as I was!
When Eric returns will he find that Jenna and Luke have space in their relationship for him? Will Luke and Eric be honest about their feelings for each other and will that cause problems with Jenna?
This was a great quick hot read about finding love and opening yourself to love completely.
Jenna and Luke had a hot and intense relationship but when Eric comes home Jenna must decide what she truly wants and who she wants to spend her life with. She is open to every possibility but i still hesitant with what Luke and Eric want from her.
It was funny how Eric and Luke had never truly been honest about their feelings for each other and had what happens when they finally realize everything.
This book was interesting in that we discover more things as the book goes on that characters already knew but others didn't.
The ending was as expected but a great hot read!
I was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.
This is a story about finding love and keeping it, no matter what other people believe.
Jenna met Luke when Eric had gone away to take a job. When Eric returns, he moves in next door to Jenna and Luke. In this story, you get to witness how Luke and Eric feel about each other, how they feel about Jenna and how Jenna feels about them.
Everyone had pretty good chemistry. This is a relationship from all sides. Luke, Jenna and Eric all love each other.
We get to see how Jenna and Eric come together to see if they truly care for each other or if it's just the fact that they both love Luke.
The scenes are spicy and the relationship is a sweet one. I think this would have been so much more successful if it were longer and more. You catch glimpses of Jenna's family and I would have loved to see more.
I wish this had more to it, but it was a sweet story despite it's length.
Eric and Luke have been friends forever and shared everything. While Eric is away on a two year firefighting contract Luke meets, and falls in love with Jenna. When Eric returns he wants to expand his and Jenna's relationship to include Jenna, but they have never shared when emotions are involved. Eric is hot but will Jenna act on her attraction? Can she love both men equally? and can she accept to love they share?
Reviewed for Amo's Book Corner.
I received a copy of this book in return for an honest review.
Great read, fast paced and wonderfully detailed characters. It's hard doing a menage where the men are lovers, too. It's either unrealistic or just plain weird. Ms. Mullins weaved the story in such a way that it was wholly believable. Loved it!