Two Point Conversion by Liane Moore

April 12, 2017 Book Review, Quickie 0 ★★★

Two Point Conversion by Liane Moorethree-stars
Two Point Conversion by Liane Moore
Published by Self-published on April 1, 2017
Pages: 103
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A virgin menage romance

Lifelong best friends and Rosewood's legendary assistant football coaches, Macon Ray and Rhett Hunt have shared everything their entire lives--even their women. But their days of manwhoring and sleeping around have come to an end. Ready to settle down, they set their sights on the only girl who they want to complete their trio. Caroline Taylor, the head coach’s daughter. Now that she’s finally turned 18, they can no longer resist their mutual desire for the beautiful, petite blonde in pigtails.

She’s young.
She’s innocent.
And she’s completely theirs.
She just doesn’t know it yet.

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.

By Spice

I wasn’t feeling well and didn’t really want to dive into a comfort read so I thought something fun and sexy would hit the spot. Right about that time is when a post from the Alexa Riley duo about Two Point Conversion caught my attention, and since they are the queens of OTT alpha books, I thought I’d give it a try.

Macon and Rhett are double cousins, more like brothers really and the assistant coaches of the Rosewood football team. They are super close and share everything, including women. They decided Caroline was their “one” years ago. She wasn’t of age back then but well worth the wait.

Caroline is the daughter of the head coach of the team. Extremely sheltered, she’d decided that as soon as she could, she was getting out of the small Texas town. She dreamed of culinary school and a life away from spending her weekends watching football.

The sex scenes are super hot and all the characters are very sweet, but there wasn’t a lot of plot or character development. Macon and Rhett were patient and caring, willing to let Caroline make a choice instead of completely steam-rolling her into being with them.

Caroline has to make a decision as to whether she’s willing to give up her dream of how she thought her life should go to instead have a life that includes a ménage relationship with two seriously hot football coaches. I did like that she didn’t instantly throw away everything she’d dreamed of and instead actually thought things through.

Overall this was a sweet and sexy appetizer of a book, but I was left wishing I’d held out for a full meal.

3 Sweet Little Ménage Stars


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