Less Than Three Press on Intertwined ~ Guest Blog, Rafflecopter Giveaway

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Title: Intertwined
Author: Less Than Three Press
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Cover Artist: unknown
Genre: Bisexual, Contemporary, Fantasy, Lesbian Romance, M/M Romance, Menage/Poly, Paranormal


Love knows no boundaries, which means two is not always the limit. The Intertwined Collection presents a series of stories where love pushes past the boundary of pairs and explores the happiness to be found in greater numbers.


Poly has always been one of my favorite things to read and write. My fanfiction reading started way way back with Gundam Wing, and you can’t be in that fandom without tripping over moresomes. I haven’t really slowed down since. I love the challenge of it, the way it has no time for the concept that true love only comes in pairs. I am always on the lookout for poly stories. So while I love everything that Less Than Three Press does, I admit I play favorites with this collection. I’ve been waiting eagerly and impatiently for these stories to be published. I’m ecstatic that time is finally here.

Winter-in-Rome A Winter in Rome by Francis Gideon (Nov 11) – This one is contemporary, and of a more serious leaning. Gideon is an awesome writer. This is a slow and steady kind of story that starts out with an open relationship that gradually becomes a threesome. It also includes a genderqueer character, one of three in the collection that do so, which is pretty awesome.

Alexey Dyed in Red by A.M. Valenza – An excellent story, one of my all time favorites. Fantasy with elements of horror, about a warlock and two demons. A pretty romance, an intriguing story, and one of the demons is asexual. The next story in this series is part of our asexual collection coming out next year.

Angels with Clipped Wings – an urban fantasy story about angels sent to save a woman on the verge of committing suicide. The woman has depression, and the author handles that extremely well. MMF, a solid mix of angsty and sweet.

Balancing Act by Angie Barry – Greek gods in a modern setting, what more needs to be said? This book is a lot of fun, and a short story for those who like quick reads.

Could be a Crowd by C.J. Munoz – Office shenanigans, one of my weaknesses. Two bosses and the intern who shakes things up. A good novella with a mix of serious and fun, MMM and one of them bisexual, it’s always nice when stories make that effort. CouldCrowd

Dragonborn by Maeghan Friday – A fun fantasy story that revolves around bonds. It has just about everything, from romantic to platonic, and an important feature is how no one bond is better or more important than the other.

Gatekeepers and Dreamweavers by Helena Maeve – A witch, a young man running away from home, and a witch hunter. Loved this book to death, Maeve is an excellent writer. MMF, strong bisexual representation, well spun world.

Owner of a Lonely Heart by Mel Bossa – another contemporary along serious lines, about a man dealing with his brother, recently released from prison, a crush on his best friend and growing feelings for another friend. MMM but like the others, one of the chars is bisexual.

Rule of Three by Lore Graham – This one is hella fun, about a man who is spurred to summon a demon by a rival and accidentally summons an incubus. The rival is genderqueer, and the story is a great combo of funny and sexy.

Sharing-a-Pond Sharing a Pond by Alex Whitehall – This is one of my favorite covers, and the story is equally awesome. Frog shifters! With some interesting touches, and I always enjoy when being mates doesn’t always mean an easy ride.

And last but not remotely least, The Triad Trial by Lauren E. Mitchell. MFF, and I love the way it was written. It’s definitely a book that sucks you and keeps you reading way past your bedtime.

A few sentences each could never do all these stories justice, but I have done my level best :3 Definitely explore further and give them a try, they’re all a great way to spend a few hours ^__^

Thanks for stopping by! A giveaway for the Nov 18 books are below (including a chance to win all six of them). The giveaway for the Nov 11 books can be found here. Much love to Prism for having me <3 I hope everyone is having an excellent week.


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About the Author

Megan is a long time resident of LGBTQ romance, and keeps herself busy reading, writing, and publishing it. She is often accused of fluff and nonsense. When she’s not involved in writing, she likes to cook, harass her cats, or watch movies. She loves to hear from readers, and can be found all over the internet.







Farewell Giveaway
I have a number of paperbacks, most of which are signed, to giveaway. Over the between now (11 Mar 2017) and 31 Mar 2017, every comment on the blog (this post and all other new posts), will be entered to win 1 of these paperbacks. There are also some misc swag items, so there will be a few packs of these to give away as well.

Thank you so much for your support over the last 4 years. Prism will be closing its doors on 1 April 2017. All content will remain available, but no new content will appear after 31 Mar 2017. As such all request forms have been turned off. Again Thank you,

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6 thoughts on “Less Than Three Press on Intertwined ~ Guest Blog, Rafflecopter Giveaway

  1. I like seeing the connection being built and shared by all those in the relationship. I want to see what pulled each character to the others in the relationship.

  2. Hmm this is a bit tricky. Polyamory stories have always intrigued me because I’ve always been drawn to the more dynamic relationships, but oddly enough I haven’t found any favourites that have contained polyamory. I think I would love reading about new lovers finding their ropes with this new and unfamiliar dynamic, maybe reading a book that deals with the stigma and legal difficulties regarding a polyamory– marriage is not possible and thus the legal benefits of being ‘married’ in the eyes of the law are not present either (honestly this has always bugged me a lot when I think about the logistics; what recourse do they have?!). Another aspect I see in poly stories is that there’s always more emphasis on one person’s perspective and struggles in the relationship… I prefer equal distribution of attention and character building which sometimes isn’t really achieved in the books.

    Poly is always good fun though. I’m eager to look at these stories whether I win the giveaway for not.

  3. I like reading poly, but I usually do in a context/universe where is accepted and doesn’t represent a major problem in terms of logistic/laws/etc… I guess because it’s easier that way for me, or because I haven’t read very convincing contemporary poly, except for a very few they usually feel… too easy?… like it all works great really quickly and not very realistictly. I imagine there are a lot of factors to consider in a poly relationship, you have to take into account the feelings/reactions of 3+ persons, how the interact, how they react to each other, and a bunch of other stuff, and that just between them, without taking into account the outside world.

    What I’m trying to say is, it would be nice to read a more real build to the relationship, how 2 became 3, or were there 3 from the beguining? (or anyother number really) and all the consecuences that came from that change…

    Perhaps there’re books like that already and I don’t know about them? If so, I definitely welcome some suggestions…

  4. I bought three of these, but I absolutely want more. So, book-greedy as ever, I’m going to throw my name in the hat as the rules allow and try to win more great stories. Thank you!

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