- Release Date
- December 2012
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more
When Jack receives a Two for One offer at a local club, he doesn't realise the two men would change his life.
Jack Samson moves to Sumerset to start over again. He's looking forward to his new veterinary practice and maybe having some fun once in a while. He certainly isn't looking to fall for two men.
Simon Wittman and Brady Vanderly have been partners for fifteen years. They love each other, but they like to play. When they pick Jack up at a local gay bar, they think they're just looking for a night or two of fun. They end up finding so much more.
Book Review by Lynn (reviewer)
Jan 24, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
115 people found the following review helpful
TWO FOR ONE is a sexy, romantic, love-at-first sight, unconventional romance.
Simon and Brady have been together for years. When they first got together they liked to invite others into their bed for a little play; now that they're older they find themselves looking for something more than play. Jack is new in town and looking for a fresh start and some fun. Thanks to his last partner, Jack is lacking in the self-confidence department, so he is surprised when sexy Brady hits on him in a bar. He is even more surprised when he discovers sexy Brady comes with a sexy Simon—and they are both interested in him.
This book is definitely hot. The immediate physical attraction is intense, leading to steamy and passionate bedroom (and other places) moments. But there is also an immediate emotional attachment, with these three men feeling drawn together and wanting to take care of one another. It is always a challenge to feel connected to characters in short stories as there isn't much time for character building. While I felt some of that with this book, I felt the author did a good job of offering brief personal snippets to connect the reader with the characters.
This book had all of the elements I enjoy—love, steam, and success of an unconventional romance.
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