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- ASIN : B00Q4XUMI2
- Publisher : Twylite Publishing (December 18, 2014)
- Publication date : December 18, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 1633 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 293 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #64,923 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from the United States
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I'm not saying this book is bad. It's not. But there were some pink flags, if not red, that just give me pause that this is not going to be an HEA or at least not a healthy one.
But Simone....I get it. She's a 28 yo virgin. But so was I. And I didn't come off that young. Like, literally, was she dropped on her head? Was she living in a secret convent? That's the only way I could make sense of her utter naivete and youthfulness. I'd give it 1 more star if Simone was spunkier and not merely a pear-shaped hottie.
I must admit it started off quite intriguing, interesting. Then immediately, it went into some lackluster territory for me. I wasn't feeling the characters or anything really. But then by the 20-25% mark something happened. I'm not sure what, but things became a lot more interesting. Deeper. Emotionally gripping, all of it. Everything I hope to find in a story with a subject matter like this, was present.
And I'm tickle pink :D
This one was one of those rare, but great onions of the fiction world. The layers here, the more they were pulled back, became even more complex. Vivid. And beautiful. The ups & downs you witness here, I loved. I truly fell in love with these people. Jackson, Xander, & Simone just stole my heart. I love them together & as individuals. Their chemistry. Emotional & physical. Their banter as well. Though I must be honest here, I love Jackson more than any of them. *sighs* That man can get it. ALL OF IT!
And even though the story surrounding them was quite predictable in many ways, it didn't take away from you loving to watch it unfold. I think it all came together beautifully. And I truly, truly loved the way this one ended. Though I was sad to see it come to a close, I was happy with it all.
I would definitely recommend this read.
Twyla, thank you for the gift of penning this story. It made my week :D
Top reviews from other countries
This story is about Jackson Cole, Xander Drake and Simone Staton and they are in a 3 way relationship. I will give the health warning now, this book will not be for everyone because its a love story which has two men and 1 woman in it. Ménage à trois is not my thing because I believe you will end up preferring one of the partners above the other. I do not see how it can be avoided. I ended up preferring Jackson and I was only reading about the relationship! :)
Jackson was the man for me, he was thoughtful, caring and loving and he knew he wanted Simone from the getgo. Xander was more reserved, flighty and unsure whether he loved Simone like Jackson did and whether he wanted to be in a serious relationship for keeps.
Simone, for a bright educated woman needed to get a clue when the men started to zero in on her. It took her a while to catch on that they both wanted her at the same time. At those points in the story I did want to shake her.
The other thing that I found interesting was how to keep both men happy and give them both the same amount of attention without ending up preferring one of them!!! It felt like exhausting work even if it was enjoyable!!
The story was well written and I enjoyed reading it. It got intense towards the end when we meet Beth and everything she tries to do to frustrate the relationship.
Well worth the read.
The premise for the story is a good one; an inexperienced young woman off to Alaska to research one side of her family tree, meets not one but two hot guys and from thereon in a threesome develops.
However, the writing was d u l l. The language was totally pedestrian, and I'd expect better from a high school student, so much he said, she said. The sex scenes were toe-curlingly awful, and the whole thing left me with an acute sense of disappointment. Another point that infuriated me to the point of wanting to throw my kindle against the wall was the repeated phase "thick thighs" or "thick legs" but used - apparently - in a positive way. The heroine thinks she is unattractive, but these phrases don't help me to think of her as anything more than lumpy. I'm no string bean myself and it's great to see a book where the main character isn't a perfect size zero or whatever, but this kind of descriptive writing is so negative.
I absolutely loathe leaving a review like this, but I really cannot find anything encouraging to say about it.