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Three's Company Paperback – 18 Apr 2014
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Who am I? Good question… I am many things; a mother, a wife, a sister, a writer. I have pretty, pretty boys who live in my head, who don't let me sleep at night unless I give them life with words. I like it when they do dirty, dirty things…but I like it even more when they fall in love. I used to think having people in my head talking to me was weird, until one day I happened across other writers who told me it was normal. I've been writing ever since…
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I've read a fair few books by N. R. Walker so I was pretty confident that I'd enjoy the writing style but I was pleasantly surprised by how well the three-way relationship worked in this. I'm not usually one for books centred around threesomes, they're always steamy enough but lack a little on the romance side for me but Three’s Company had the perfect balance of love and sex.
Simon, Adam and Wil were great and so easy to like, even from the start. I loved the contrast in their personalities, with Simon so serious and Adam so carefree, Wil seemed to be their perfect third with his easygoing nature. It really felt like the three worked better together than they ever would as a traditional pairing. I had been a little worried going into this that with Adam and Simon already being in an established relationship, somehow the connection with Wil wouldn't feel the same. My favourite part of romance books is the characters falling for each other and I was worried that not getting to experience that between Adam and Simon would ruin the story for me a little. Thankfully, it didn't. Instead I got to experience Adam and Simon fall in love with Wil and he with them, it was written so well that I almost forgot that there had been an established relationship at all.
The storyline itself is pretty low key, there's some emotional drama to contend with – the usual reservations and fears that you'd expect when three people venture into a relationship together – and a small sub-plot that deals with some homophobia issues, but nothing too angsty and it was all resolved before the end.
I didn't expect to enjoy this as much as I did. Would definitely recommend to M/M/M fans or to those wanting to test the waters in reading a ménage book.
My interest was maintained and I wasn't bored, and very much liked all three central characters...and this would be why it had the stars it did.
Unfortunately I got very frustrated with too much narration and not enough dialogue. There were many moments when I was wanting to hear from these guys and experience the scenes. But this didn't happen, instead all I got was a narrated overview, telling me what was said and how it happened. The moment Will expressed his love should have been a moment to savour but was narrated an rushed...and so were many aspects of this book, such as some of intimate bedroom moments, Wills trip back to his home town, and the whole general progression of the relationship.
Very hot sex scenes were rushed and not enough time was spent on descriptions and setting the scene. I didn't even realize Dee was not white until near the end of the book when the author suddenly begins to describe her appearance. I don't mind what someone looks like but a heads up would be good.
Then there's the skipping time that's my pet hate and the last chapter jumps six months and then the epilogue five years. I'm not a fan, especially when their whole journey felt skimmed over and rushed.
So it was just an 'ok' read for me, I'm afraid.
Finding the hotel full of gorgeous sexy men, Wil is oblivious to his charm and is hit on often, but as Adam, the bar man, points out, he just cant see it! But Adam has his eyes on Wil, as does Simon, Adam's partner. and they enter into a menage, But when one of the three begins to feel maybe something he shouldn't, it all goes downhill. Can it be rescued?? will true love, even if it is 3 way, conquer all??
really, really liked this!! its so well written! super hot scenes between all three men ( no M/M, just all three) but emotionally well written too. Wil struggles with the openess of Florida, and its fab to see him come out of his shell, and engage himself with this relationship. when Wil's times is nearly done, is when it gets interesting and loved how he seemlessly fitted into Adam and Simon's life. a decent enough story behind it, too, with the hotel being threatened with a developer with plans to get rid of it and its clientele, and helps comes from a surprising source.
written from Wil's point of view, it would have been nice to hear from Adam and Simon as well, especially at the points where Adam and Simon have their moments.
this is the first ive read of this author, but will look out for more.
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