- File Size: 1115 KB
- Print Length: 197 pages
- Publication Date: December 22, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MQYYZV4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #221,511 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Good as Gold: A Villainous Love Story Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Given that this is listed as a menage/MMMM, I did expect a lot more ridiculous and over the top sexy times. It's actually relatively PG-13 rated. The majority of the story consists of them all swooning over each other and thinking about wanting to bang. I hafta admit, I didn't love the way the romances developed. I wanted it to be a true menage, starting with a couple who then pulled in one extra, and then the other/last man. Instead it was more two pairs who swing openly? I dunno. I believed the feelings between Stu and the Ranger, and Len and the Ranger, and Len and Stu... but Moe was kinda the odd man out.
But it is just as it's billed. For a silly good time with soft hearted supervillains who steal the heart of their hero, I'd definitely recommend this. There's no audio for this as far as I can tell, but I think with the right narrator it could be a great book to listen to as well!
Compared to The Amateur, this book has less sex, fewer kinks, and a lot more romance and I actually preferred it that way. Given the characters and their interactions, it would have felt forced. Still a menage romantic grouping and gender flexibility (is that a term? it should be a term).
Moe was my favorite character, but the others were just as great. I was not expecting so many different relationships or revelations about each of the characters, but Noah amused me as he tried to adapt to life on Earth, and Len and Stu were fascinating to watch as they tried to figure out what they really wanted. Characters from the previous book made small cameos, and I was okay with that because I was too focused on the new characters to be concerned with them.
I would love to read more about these characters or even just characters set in this general world. For some reason, this book reminded me a little bit of the movie Mystery Men because of how normal Stu, Len, and Moe were before everything happened.
If you're a fan of superhero and villain stories, I highly recommend this entertaining read!