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Admittedly, the author did issue appropriate warnings regarding content here, and it is advisable to heed these warnings.
This story goes against every moral belief that most of us have with regard to faithfulness vs cheating or the conventional monogamy vs playing the field once a committed relationship has been established. I found this concept made me deeply unsettled the whole way through this lengthy book. Nonetheless, I pushed through, because (unlike the characters in this story) I had committed myself to reading the ARC.
As for the story itself, I had great difficulty relating to, or even liking the main character/narrator here.
I also felt that Sherry seemed like an outsider or third wheel right from the start.
Although her role is active and sufficiently vocal, I just never felt she was quite part of the triad, as in menage where the reader is sold on, and rooting for the three to find their HEA. (But this is not because I disliked Sherry; I just really disliked Nate). Perhaps this is because the entire story is told entirely from Nate's POV, and we never get a feel for what Sherry & Joshua are thinking or experiencing.
So, I can't say, in all honesty, that I enjoyed this book.
HOWEVER, Tanya Chris is, and remains a brilliant writer! Her writing style, plot and pacing cannot be faulted or criticized on any level.
Her knowledge of and execution of theatre life is spot on, fascinating and really draws you in. (Nicely done Tanya).
So, hopefully, this review is not too contradictory.
I still award five stars for a complicated story, brilliantly executed and well worth spending time reading, provided the concept of the story is not upsetting for you.
This is a standalone, interracial relationship story, with lots of adult activity.
Over 18 only please!
I received an advance reader copy of this book directly from the author, and I have voluntarily read and reviewed the book.
That said, the start of this book was a little rough for me. One of the characters—Nate's ex-girlfriend—is a real piece of work, and I found myself fervently hoping she wasn't a main character. It turns out she's a significant secondary (whew, not a romantic lead!) whose story arc drives part of Nate's (which works out nicely, indeed). And Nate himself is a bit of a quandary at first, amicable enough but also seemingly listless and unfocused. The guy you meet in the beginning of the story has some growing up to do.
But after Nate met Joshua and Sherry—a couple with an open marriage—I was hooked. Joshua is smooth, confident, and easy-going. The kind of guy level enough to casually hang out with and affectionate enough to enjoy a good, fun romp. And he doesn't back down from jealous ex-girlfriends. The sex scenes in this story are explicit, and I think I even learned a thing or two from Nate's mad (and nicely visualized) skills.
Stylistically, the writing and story feel reminded me of Damon Suede's homey, New York big-family vibe in Hot Head and Cardeno C's laissez-fair, easy-going, natural style of pacing a romance. Maybe it's the setting of the New York area or maybe it's the big-family dynamic on Nate's side, but the narrative is welcoming and comfortable. This story feels like a comfy pair of pajamas—something soft and warm you want to spend a lot of time in, but nothing too fancy or thrilling. This story is tenaciously sexy, in all the best ways. The first-person storytelling draws you in until you are Nate, until you must have Joshua, even though you think he's not for you.
Ultimately, You, Me & Her is an exploration in polyamory. Nate is never going to be a one-person kind of guy, and everyone keeps trying to convince him that he could be, that he should be. But that's not his truth, and I loved how he respected his own needs even when it hurt the most. The threesome really gets him going, and his attraction to Joshua builds at a natural rate. Nate's journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance parallels what a lot of people go through even in today's more open atmosphere.
A solid, well-crafted menage romance with beautiful layers of polyamory, open-relationships, and self-discovery, You, Me & Her is a gem. Tanya Chris's writing gave me the best feels, and I wanted to bundle up all the characters and snuggle them into bed with me. True threesome relationships, where each character romantically loves every other character, are extremely difficult to do well, and Tanya Chris has delivered an authentic, must-read story that stands out and demands attention in its own easy-going way.
NOTE: This content warning from the author is important, especially for readers averse to open relationships in romances:
Content warning for alcoholism. This book describes an open relationship that remains open after a romantic bond is formed. It’s not suitable for readers who consider open relationships to be cheating. This book includes both M/F and M/M loving.
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I liked this story. Read with an open mind. It explores the idea of open relationships & how complexe they are.Read more
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