Tag: MMF

His Turn by JA Huss

His Turn by JA Huss

I have been anxiously awaiting Elias Bricman’s book, His Turn. The mystery and action in the story made it easy for me to get caught up in the moment. The impression I got from the initial chapters was this could end up being a game of solitaire because each player… Read more »

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Theirs To Protect by Melissa Klein

Theirs To Protect by Melissa Klein

I like a good ménage story but sometimes it’s a tough sell getting me to believe in the connection between all three members and that it’s solid enough to go the distance. A relationship with two people is hard enough, but you add that third in and it can be… Read more »

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The Dragon King by Marie Harte

The Dragon King by Marie Harte

  Marie Harte can write one heck of a hot MMF paranormal/sci-fi/fantasy series and she doesn’t disappoint with the Ethereal Foes. It’s a different twist on heaven vs. hell and what could be a heavy topic is treated with humor and snark giving it a campy feel. I love that kind… Read more »

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Come When Called by Piper Trace

Come When Called by Piper Trace

  I was in ARC overload and just wanted to find something to read for myself.  Someone mentioned Come When Called was kind of like Fifty Shades but with better editing and it was a menage.  It’s synopsis said it had a dominant billionaire and a biker.  It didn’t have many… Read more »

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Claimed By The Mate Vol. 1

Claimed By The Mate Vol. 1

I’m not big into bundled books unless they are a series bundled together so I’m not sure why I agreed to do this one, but I’m glad I did.  The two books included are decent little afternoon distractions.  Other than the fact they are both paranormals about werewolves, they are… Read more »

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A Million Tiny Pieces by Nicole Edwards

A Million Tiny Pieces by Nicole Edwards

I have been immersed in biker books lately and decided I needed to take a break.  Miss V mentioned the ménage book, A Million Tiny Pieces, so I one clicked it and dove right in.  I’m glad I did because it was exactly what I needed.  It was all kinds of hot… Read more »

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