- Loose Id
- Release Date
- November 2012
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more
Kyla Denster and Jordan Brougham are passionately in love. Kyla knows she's lucky to have a guy who uses all his tricks to keep her happy in and out of bed. Jordan knows he's lucky to have such a hot, adventurous girlfriend.
But neither of them knows that their best friend, Cassie DeSantis, wants them both. Cassie's painful past has taught her not to wear her heart on her sleeve. She keeps quiet, afraid that revealing her feelings would mean losing the two people she cares for most. Things change one night when an impulsive kiss leads to the three of them spending an incredibly hot night together.
When the couple wants more of Cassie, she leaps at the chance to be with them. But problems arise at her insistence that no one mention the L word and when Jordan and Kyla clash over how to deal with disapproving family. Their triad relationship will only survive if they all stand together to prove that three is the perfect number--when all three are in love.
Book Review by Rho (reviewer)
Feb 26, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
178 people found the following review helpful
I love ménages. I really do. I love them in all varieties, like m/f/m, m/m/f, m/m/m, and f/f/m. But it's that last one that is really hard to find. It's even harder to find a good one! I'm happy to tell you that I hit the jackpot with HIS AND HERS AND HERS. This book by Nona Raines is a hot f/f/m ménage romance that had as much emotion as steam and kept me absolutely glued my kindle.
Jordan and Kyla have been a couple for a while and are deeply in love. They both appreciate each other in and out of bed and have no complaints about their adventurous escapades in the bedroom. What they don't know is their best friend Cassie has a crush on both of them but has learned from previous experience that it's better to keep her feelings to herself so that she doesn't lose her two best friends.
One night though, a few drinks lead to some hot kisses and a night of hot sex. However, that one night is not enough for Jordan and Kyla. But while she wants to be with them, Cassie's afraid to show her heart. And her fear of love may be the one thing that makes Cassie lose out on her chance of having it.
HIS AND HERS AND HERS was such a great read. I loved the way that the author developed this relationship. I think the fact that the Jordan, Kyla, and Cassie were friends before getting into bed with each other helped make that relationship more believable.
I thought the story was well written, with deep emotion, struggle, as well as some hot lovin'. But it was the emotion that was more apparent in this story and had me glued to the page. I truly wanted for this unconventional relationship to work, so I was ecstatic when they got their HEA.
My one complaint about this story was Kyla. I really felt like there were times where she didn't show enough empathy for those she was supposed to love. I felt like she was too hard on Jordan and Cassie and it made me roll my eyes at her. I know she has her own issues but it made me mad at her.
Overall though, HIS AND HERS AND HERS was a solid ménage read. I love hot stories that are rooted in solid emotions and this book was the perfect example of that. I would recommend this book to anyone who's looking for a great F/F/M read or anyone who is curious to read one.
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