Author: N.R. Walker
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Cover Artist: Posh Gosh
Rating: 3.5 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 08/25/2015
Length: Novel (~ 50K-100K)
After being publicly outted and his restaurant business in tatters, instead of vacationing with his lover, Wilson Curtis goes to Key West alone. He meets Simon and Adam and is soon invited into their bed for some holiday fun.
But once isn’t enough, and the offer is extended for the remainder of his stay. As they get to know each other, in and out of the bedroom, sparks fly and ten days is all it takes to change their lives.
When it comes time for Wil to leave, with outside tensions closing in and time running out, tempers flare and emotions fray. Beneath the misunderstandings and lack of communication, is the realization these three men aren’t ready to say goodbye.
Some readers love threesome storylines, others hate them. For they tend to be hit or miss. It must be some kind of mental block but I can’t suspend my disbelief when it comes to this type of relationship. I know they do exist in real life but I just don’t understand why they work so I find it hard to buy into the equality of the relationship in fiction.
Wil Curtis is alone at a Key West Resort trying to leave his troubles at home. These problems include a failing business and a closeted lover. Simon and Adam are a long-term couple who work at the resort Curtis visits. They also have an open relationship and like to invite other men into their bed. Wil is surprised when Simon and Adam hit on him but goes for it and loves being with them.
Three’s Company uses a tactic to show the bond between the three men that many other stories use—lots of sex. These guys suck and fuck in every imaginable position and attempt every position possible. Yes, the scenes were hot, very hot. Yes, I saw a connection between the men while in bed. No, it wasn’t enough for me to totally buy into the relationship.
Wil is only in Key West for a short time so there’s an element of insta-love here that didn’t work for me. I liked how the three men worked together when faced with conflict but for me it was too little too late.
The book was well written with interesting characters and I’d recommend it for people who do enjoy menage stories.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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