Tea for Three

Tea for Three

Straight, gay or in between, turning thirty is never easy. Craig, Jack and Wren are about to find that love doesn't always come in a nice neat box. Together they'll have a lot more than tea for three. Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: m/m sex practices, m/m/f menage....

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Title:Tea for Three
Author:Anne Douglas
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Genres:Adult Fiction
ISBN:Tea for Three
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9781607373124
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Tea for Three Reviews

  • mlady_rebecca
    Feb 26, 2010

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

  • Nancy Gross
    Jan 07, 2011

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

    hot hot ...

    It was a great read. I really wanted an epilogue to see the character and their HEA. ...

    I like this book and would definitely read another by this author. The romance was sweet and the sex was hot... ...

    Wonderful book. ...

    Para ser tan corto es muy lindo. ...

    Excellent book! ...

  • Mariana
    Mar 31, 2011

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

    hot hot ...

    It was a great read. I really wanted an epilogue to see the character and their HEA. ...

    I like this book and would definitely read another by this author. The romance was sweet and the sex was hot... ...

    Wonderful book. ...

    Para ser tan corto es muy lindo. ...

    Excellent book! ...

    3.5 stars ...

  • Alma (aka Mrs. Rhaw)
    Mar 05, 2011

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

  • Kaetrin
    Jul 10, 2013

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

  • Katherine
    Oct 03, 2011

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

  • Donna
    Aug 16, 2011

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

    hot hot ...

    It was a great read. I really wanted an epilogue to see the character and their HEA. ...

    I like this book and would definitely read another by this author. The romance was sweet and the sex was hot... ...

    Wonderful book. ...

    Para ser tan corto es muy lindo. ...

    Excellent book! ...

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  • Estara
    Jul 03, 2010

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

  • Denise ~The Procrastinating Book Diva~
    Nov 14, 2011

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

  • Doseycat
    Apr 06, 2012

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

    hot hot ...

    It was a great read. I really wanted an epilogue to see the character and their HEA. ...

    I like this book and would definitely read another by this author. The romance was sweet and the sex was hot... ...

    Wonderful book. ...

    Para ser tan corto es muy lindo. ...

    Excellent book! ...

    3.5 stars ...

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  • ~ Lei ~ Reading Is An Adventure ~
    Jun 25, 2012

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

  • Portia
    Jan 11, 2011

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

    hot hot ...

    It was a great read. I really wanted an epilogue to see the character and their HEA. ...

    I like this book and would definitely read another by this author. The romance was sweet and the sex was hot... ...

  • Bungluna
    Feb 26, 2014

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

  • Raevyn
    Aug 02, 2011

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

  • Nicole
    Sep 11, 2011

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

    hot hot ...

    It was a great read. I really wanted an epilogue to see the character and their HEA. ...

    I like this book and would definitely read another by this author. The romance was sweet and the sex was hot... ...

    Wonderful book. ...

    Para ser tan corto es muy lindo. ...

    Excellent book! ...

    3.5 stars ...

    ...

  • Lela
    Jun 12, 2011

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

    hot hot ...

    It was a great read. I really wanted an epilogue to see the character and their HEA. ...

    I like this book and would definitely read another by this author. The romance was sweet and the sex was hot... ...

    Wonderful book. ...

  • KatiD
    Jan 18, 2012

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

  • Maureen
    Mar 29, 2013

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

    hot hot ...

    It was a great read. I really wanted an epilogue to see the character and their HEA. ...

    I like this book and would definitely read another by this author. The romance was sweet and the sex was hot... ...

    Wonderful book. ...

    Para ser tan corto es muy lindo. ...

    Excellent book! ...

    3.5 stars ...

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  • Sara
    May 19, 2013

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

    hot hot ...

    It was a great read. I really wanted an epilogue to see the character and their HEA. ...

    I like this book and would definitely read another by this author. The romance was sweet and the sex was hot... ...

    Wonderful book. ...

    Para ser tan corto es muy lindo. ...

    Excellent book! ...

    3.5 stars ...

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  • Katie
    Jun 19, 2013

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

    hot hot ...

    It was a great read. I really wanted an epilogue to see the character and their HEA. ...

  • Elizabeth Liberczuk
    Jun 11, 2014

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

    hot hot ...

    It was a great read. I really wanted an epilogue to see the character and their HEA. ...

    I like this book and would definitely read another by this author. The romance was sweet and the sex was hot... ...

    Wonderful book. ...

    Para ser tan corto es muy lindo. ...

  • Elsa Uresti zozaya
    Jun 09, 2014

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

    hot hot ...

  • Evey
    Apr 13, 2015

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

  • Ti
    Apr 23, 2015

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

  • Louise Buxton
    Jul 07, 2014

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

    hot hot ...

    It was a great read. I really wanted an epilogue to see the character and their HEA. ...

    I like this book and would definitely read another by this author. The romance was sweet and the sex was hot... ...

    Wonderful book. ...

    Para ser tan corto es muy lindo. ...

    Excellent book! ...

    3.5 stars ...

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  • Arlyn
    Mar 08, 2014

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

  • Eyre
    Nov 11, 2013

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

  • Samantha Meyers
    Oct 26, 2016

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

    hot hot ...

    It was a great read. I really wanted an epilogue to see the character and their HEA. ...

    I like this book and would definitely read another by this author. The romance was sweet and the sex was hot... ...

    Wonderful book. ...

    Para ser tan corto es muy lindo. ...

    Excellent book! ...

    3.5 stars ...

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  • BookWormMom
    Nov 05, 2017

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...

    In case you don't want to read through the massive spoilers, I'll start off saying I adored this book. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a romance with a heroine who is less model perfect and more everyday woman, without sacrificing the perfect hero(es) and the perfect romance. ...

    Jack and Craig are in love. They have been for a long time, and are completely secure in how they feel about each other and in the strength of their relationship. But since Craig's turned 30, he's begun to think a lot about "wanting it all". He seems to be yearning for something more, ...

    Jack and Craig have been lovers for a long time. They love each other, and are perfect together. However, Craig sometimes miss being with a woman. They are both bisexual. One night, Craig met Wren a woman he's instantly attracted to. But she leaves when Jacks shows up. Only 3 months l...

    Two stars just for the LOLZ. Insta-lust, awkward sex scenes (maybe it was the translation I read, though, but trying to portray them in my head was like trying to play tetris. I'm awful at tetris and I hate it), little to no chemistry between characters, unbelievable reactions, insta-l...

    I loved this book! The emotions between the 3 main characters kept me engrossed in the storyline. I loved the subtle twists that Anne used to make the story fresh. Her treatment of the varieties of sex was incredible and really worked for me - I hate it when anal sex or similar is trea...

    I seem to be on a m??nage kick here lately???reading about them, not having them. Craig and Jack are a couple who are deeply in love, but now that Craig has turned thirty, he realizes that there is something missing from their relationship. That something turns out to be Wren...

    3.5 stars Why I read it: This book was recommended to my by one of my Twitter friends when we were having a discussion about m/m/f menage stories, so I went and bought it. What worked for me (and what didn't): If there are two men and one woman in a romance, my personal preferen...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. I loved that the heroine was not your typical sexy, perfectly portioned woman - it was refreshing to read about a real woman with a physical disability to boot. However, nothing else held my interest. There was zero chemistry betw...

    Ménage books are hard to pull off, imo, because there's a feeling of imbalance of power in the relationships. In a short word count, Ms. Douglas managed to create a loving adult relationship between the 3 protagonists. Even though the reader doesn't get to see the details, the story e...

    This should have been a full novel. The need to have enough sex included in the emotional development of the characters simply make the developments too fast. Both men only come alive in fragments, which makes appreciating their evolution into love for Wren rather difficult. I wanted t...

    ?All for one, Craig.? ?And three for us all.? Craig was glad his retort made Jack chuckle. This was an light read. And again I'm surprised that manage books tend to become sappy: let's marry the girl and become a big family. O.K. Everyone deserves their HEA "love can ...

    I'm a sucker for H/h who have disabilities they have to overcome and I loved Wren. Craig and Jack had an existing longstanding relationship but were restless for more and they both met Wren and felt a connection. Nobody ever looked past her scars and disabilities and it didn't matte...

    I liked this book well enough. The characters were enjoyable- flawed but lovable. I would have enjoyed a little more on the possible MMF scenarios...but that's just my erotic curiosity. Overall, a good read for someone with an open mind. ...

    I truly loved the characters. The fact that Wren was not the perfect tall, thin super-model type really made this a better read for me. It was closer to real than most other novels like this. The chemistry was good and the sex was hot. I only wished it was longer. ...

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    It was a great read. I really wanted an epilogue to see the character and their HEA. ...

    I like this book and would definitely read another by this author. The romance was sweet and the sex was hot... ...

    Wonderful book. ...

    Para ser tan corto es muy lindo. ...

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  • Clare
    Sep 13, 2017

    3 1/2 stars I would have liked this so much more if it wasn't for the super high price tag for only a 120 page book. That being said I really loved the story of wren. She had gone through so much in her life, it was wonderful to see her struggles laying off in the end. ...