Three Made in Heaven by Elena Kincaid

September 3, 2015 Book Review 0 ★★★½

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Three Made in Heaven by Elena Kincaid
Series: Made in Heaven #1
Published by Siren Publishing on May 30, 2013
Genres: Erotica
Pages: 148
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[Menage Amour: Erotic Paranormal Menage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, food play, HEA] Maddie Sutton always felt something missing until the day she met Charlie and Cole. What started out as a childhood friendship slowly developed into an all-consuming love. Her biggest problem is that she can only see them in her dreams. Maddie realizes that to lead a normal life, she would have to let them go. After all, they’re only a fantasy…or are they? Charlie Gilbert and Cole Mercer are both very real. For years they have loved and pined for Maddie, meeting up in dreams set in different locales. Afraid of making her choose between them, they keep their feelings hidden until finally realizing that the three of them belong together. How can they convince Maddie if she doubts their existence? When Charlie starts to doubt, Cole springs into action and brings them all together. Now that they have found each other, they vow to never let go, but when an unknown danger looms over Maddie, Charlie and Cole will do anything to protect her, even if it means risking their own lives. ** A Siren Erotic Romance

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

By LilyThree Made in Heaven was different to what I expected. Not in a bad way, it had me hooked from beginning to end. A quick read that I was able to pick up easily in a hectic week when my reading time was very limited. It’s a steamy read about a fantasy world that consumes Maddie’s day to day life. She dreams of two fun friends, Charlie and Cole with their friendship being of the utmost importance to all three. The imagery created in her dream has no comparison to what she finds out of her slumber, to the point that in later life Maddie makes a conscious choice to distance herself from her dream world to give reality a try.

She felt them in her very soul the instant she saw them. She cried harder when that realization hit her. “I wish they were real,” she whispered to no one.

The chemistry between Maddie, Cole and Charlie was so good it felt real. So real that one of them dared to search for the others. It’s one thing to be able to exist in a somewhat controlled surreal environment, it’s another thing for it to play out beyond the realm of a dream.

Fortunately the goodness in Maddie’s life far outweighs the bad. But it’s there, lurking, spoiling her and those that love her inner peace. Then there’s the reaction of others to their unconventional set up, reactions ranging between everything from shock to smirks. For Cole and Charlie, it is all about worshipping the girl they adore. It feels natural to all three and that makes dealing with others that can’t imagine that a bit of a challenge.

The ending felt a little rushed and at times the story jumped forward in time. It would have been good to know what transpired during those missing months / years especially the times when they were apart. All in all, I found Three Made in Heaven to be a carefree steamy fantasy read.

What I loved:

  • The dream aspect – I thought that was different and it felt like I actually stepped into her dream
  • How much Cole and Charlie respected and cared for Maddie

What I struggled with:

  • The gaps in time
  • Maddie calling her mother Angela (I know, but it threw me!)

Lily’s Rating: 3.5 Stars

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