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- Print Length: 296 pages
- Publication Date: August 7, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00EE0ARPK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #391,566 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
Rating: 5 out of 5 Fairies
When I first started reading the Hamden Series, I loved how real each character was. Each story was sweet, loving, and down-to-earth. But this one was all that plus, oh so much, more. This lovely tale added in each of those characteristics plus a heck of a lot of fun kinkery. I love me a good kink tale. And this one housed that plus everything real of the other characters.
I am a sucker for a man that is good with children. And I'm completely swept away by a man that is good with special needs children. So many people are scared away by children that are special needs, and much of it is due to the lack of knowledge. Not everyone is capable of dealing with children with various conditions. Lola, Aimee, and even Wes are not one of those people. They love Boyd and it shows big time. They handle him with his episodes, his energy, and even his temper. At times I though that Wes handled him better than his own sister. Shocking, right?!
Lola is an amazing character and an even better sister. It amazes me that her mother would do what she did, especially given how old Lola was at the time. But she took her role with open arms and did what she needed to do to take care of her and Boyd. When I first read the preview in Three of Spades, I thought for sure that Boyd was going to be her son. It struck me as odd that he called her by her first name, not unheard of, just rare.
Wes, oh lovely, sweet Wes. Now there's a man that knows how to use words, patience, and actions. He knew that he wanted to spend more time to get to know Lola, and he was determined with what he wanted. No matter how much Lola fought him and tried to distance herself, he found an intelligent way to work around that.Read more ›
Now, Lola. WOW!!! I adore her and hope to emulate her. She says what she thinks regardless of how it will make anyone feel. She just speaks the simple truth. And she certainly gives Wes a run for his money. "Yeah, shot down, driven over and then again for good measure." I. Died. She's got some even more serious issues, but she is living her life without feeling sorry for herself or making excuses. She's strong, she's capable, and she's endearing. She doesn't even realize what she's missing out until..."As if all those years of desire built up in her, and now no matter what she tried to do to stop it, it was just going to flow, long and slow." Ugh! The angst. The longing. LOVED it!
Pick up this book. Read it. Fall in love. And enjoy a unique story from a talented storyteller.
This book follows Miss Lola when an accidental job offer lands her in a very strange situation! (I'll leave you to discover that bit yourself... amazing). And this is possibly the strangest job in the world. The more Lola discovers about her new place of work the less she starts to enjoy it. What she did enjoy however was the view of a sex god named, Wes. Wes sort of reminds me of a more lovable Christian Grey, the second he saw Lola she became like an obsession with him and that was incredibly cute. Especially as Lola honestly wants nothing to do with him! Lola has too much going on in her own world to be worrying about sex gods, namely her little brother Boyd. Cutest character ever and really is the glue of this book. Boyd has Downs and because of this Lola is heavily into volunteering at his local children's centre. And this is really how Lola and Wes meet in real life, start to bond, fall in love and have the hottest sex ever!!
I won't spoil anything else for you but I really loved the fact you got to see a little of the other characters from the previous 2 books. It was a lovely ending to a prefect series. Ferraro is such an amazing writer you would be a fool to miss the conclusion to this amazing series. Secretly hoping there is more :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ferraro did it again! Life has had me so busy since she first published her very first book; editing, children, summer, entrepreneurship and attempting to finish my books, I forget... Read morePublished 14 months ago by photogsusan
I was disappointed in three of diamonds for so many reasons. 1) Wes was supposed to be a God and the kinkier of the three men. But unfortunately we don't see him in action. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sofia Lazaridou
Oh Wes.....each book gets better than the last. I love the story. Hands down. I usually like sappy romance, but the Hamden men have opened my eyes to my new love of a little... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Melissa
Read all three of the Hamden series starting with Three of Hearts, Three of Spades, and finally Three of Diamonds. great plots in all three and interesting story lines. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kathryn
Third book in the Hamden Series! This is Wes and Lola's love story and a bit of a venture into the word of a sex club. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Patricia Miller
Crazy love story. Kinky, sexual, steamy and hot are just a few worlds to describe what I just read. All three of the books have been great. Totally would recommend them.Published 24 months ago by esaucedo
I found this book on a fluke, but I am so glad I did. This was a very enjoyable sexy read. I especially loved how the author incorporated special needs kids. Read morePublished on October 10, 2014 by Mcrecy