- File Size: 4055 KB
- Print Length: 263 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 19, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071XWDGRJ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #212,332 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Three Little Words (#dirtysexygeeks Book 4) Kindle Edition
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The #dirtysexygeeks series has always maintained that love is the basis for family, while shared DNA sequence is optional. This is continued in the latest installment and the members of the Goon Squad are just as wonderfully supportive of each other as they’ve been in previous books.
While this story can probably work as a standalone, I HIGHLY recommend (at least) reading Down To Ash (book 2 in the series) before starting here. There are many references to Porter’s awful behavior toward Ashley upon discovering her relationship with Victor. The descriptions in Three Little Words TELL you what occurred, but Down To Ash will SHOW you what happened. (And showing is better than telling, right?)
I loved that the chapters of the book aren’t numbered, but instead are denoted by ships that reflect the tone/progression of each chapter. (At least they did for the ships from fandoms with which I am familiar.) If you aren’t familiar with the ships don’t worry about it, I enjoyed chapters with shipping references I didn’t know just as much as those with ones I did know. If not knowing the ships will distract you, Google is your friend.
Melissa Blue is a magnificent writer, this book (the whole series is great) can be a standalone but I highly recommend the series and a side note her Scottish books woooh those are some seriously erotically imaginative reads).
Back to Three Little Words: The Hero and Heroine are worth reading, there's a bit of everything sweetness, humor, eroticism, intensity and an absolutely depth-filled look into the motivations and ticks of each character. You'll love the characters and they will get on your nerves, but you'll understand them in the way that people you are really hoping the best for, do.
Not trying to sound Amazon review awkward but Melissa Blue's characters are very real and full of guts, even her minor characters are interweaved flawlessly. For people who love a well-rounded hero this is a great book Porter is very nicely done (pun intended).
Another Side Note: Nothing is worse than a loser a@*hole Alpha hero with no redeeming qualities and HIS doormat-Melissa Blue has yet to give her readers one of those Heroes which makes her a noteworthy author in the interracial category, though this isn't an interracial book. The characters are both black I believe but she doesn't get overly sentimental about their physical appearances.
Always excited to see more of this Author's work, can't lie and say I wasn't anticipating this one. Melissa Blue is truly a gem, boosting the weight and depth of the romance reading world especially for women of color.
Interested in reading characters with lots of heart, solvable issues, quirks, and chemistry? Three Little Words is a great start.
I wasn't paid or given an ARC to review this book: Just stayed up all night reading this book. Damn Good too!
Thank you for reading this review.
Melissa Blue comes through with another romantic message of hope, another tale of redemption by love, another sensual tale of embracing the body you have. It is helpful, if not crucial, to be familiar with the characters, as the DSG multi-book story arc seems to near its completion here. As always, her people are believable, relatable, flawed, funny, and real. You'll find yourself rooting for their HEA/HFN, and wishing you could meet them IRL. She touches on timely issues, such as religious hypocrisy, cultural stereotyping, sexism in the tech world, and emotional abuse. Check out her chapter titles for fandom overlaps.
I kept thinking of the Bob Marley song, Three Little Birds, because of the similar title. If there were a soundtrack for this book, the song would definitely fit near the end. 🐣 This is my message to you-oo-oo. 🎶
I am so looking forward to reading anything else Melissa Blue has to offer.