His & Hers & Hers: A FFM Menage Romance Kindle Edition
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I wasn't disappointed. I was indeed entertained, but His Hers and Hers didn't grab me like Ms. Raines' previous work. I did, however, enjoy the fact that I was sucked into a story that was essentially erotica with a plot.
Kyla and Jordan are a couple who've been dating about four years. Their friend Cassie is single. Cassie is openly bisexual. Kyla is curious, but she's never voiced her interest in women out loud. There's always been an attraction underlying between all three parties but being that Jordan and Kyla have been in a long term relationship, Cassie wasn't looking to be a "homewrecker." Well, after a bad date and a night of too many drinks, Cassie makes a move on Kyla, and the rest, as they say, is history.
I enjoyed the conflict aspect. That's what gave the story meat IMO. Jordan's parents and Kyla's skepticism about entering a poly arrangement was absolutely perfect. Good writing overall and Ms. Raines definitely retains me as a fan. Looking forward to her next release.
Cassie DeSantis was abandoned at a very young age by her drug addict parents. After the death of her grandmother, she went into the system, moving from foster home to foster home. She has learned the hard way to never get attached. To keep the walls up around her heart to protect herself. Cassie is openly bi-sexual. She is best friends with a committed couple, Jordan Brougham and Kyla Denster. Cassie has been secretly harboring a huge crush on both Jordan and Kyla. But they have been together and in love for four years. And if she let them know how she felt, she could lose them as friends. So she will keep it to herself, just like she always does.
Kyla is madly in love with her boyfriend, Jordan. But no matter how much she loves him, she won’t marry him. Kyla grew up in an abusive home, where her father and then step-father abused her mother. Kyla will never give another man that type of power. Kyla calls herself bi-curious.
Jordan grew up in a traditional family but he never quite lives up to his parents expectations. They don’t like his job and they don’t like his girlfriend. They don’t hesitate to let their opinions known.
When Cassie is going on a blind date, Jordan feels a strange protectiveness over her, and jealousy. She’s their friend. He has no idea where these feelings are coming from. But when the date doesn’t work out, he’s relieved. Then, one kiss changes everything. He, Kyla and Cassie crossed a bridge that can’t be uncrossed. Their friendship is forever changed. Now the question is, where do they go from here? Not only do they each have to battle their own inner demons, they would be challenging society’s rules by being together.
Firstly, the timing of reading this was perfect. It spans over Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. This is my first F/F/M menage and I wondered if I would enjoy it. I did. The author did a great job with the sexy scenes. They were super steamy. I fell a little short with the emotional connection with the characters. That one is probably on me. I liked them all but didn’t feel the warm and fuzzies I like to feel. Still, this was a sweet story of three people that found something special together. But will what they share be strong enough to overcome all the obstacles they will encounter? You’ll have to pick this one up to find out!
This book had a good balance between love, drama and steamy sex. If you enjoy a good MFF menage I think you will enjoy this book.
I received a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review.
This was a great menage romance with well developed characters and a great storyline. I loved the dynamic between the characters and the steamy scenes. Definitely worth reading.