|Posted by J. Leigh Bailey on August 28, 2012 at 12:40 AM|
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Sloan Parker, did something I wasn't sure was possible--wrote an erotic romance that made the three-way relationship between the characters believable and romantic. In MORE, somehow the three main characters all were sort of equal in the relationship. I've read others and struggled because it always seemed like two of the characters were the "couple" with another character sort of along for the ride, or where one individual was always kind of the center of attention. In MORE, each character held equal-footing--in fact, the balance in the relationship was only maintained with the three of them. Any two of them would have been missing something to keep the relationship solid.
The love scenes--and no matter how hot the sex was or for what purpose the characters engaged in the sexual acts, they were more intimate than just sex--were well written and interesting and despite the excessive amounts of sex happening, they were no repetetive.
Each character went through a complete character arc, though Luke, as the main character in this 1st person narrative, went through a more complex arc.
This is a good, smokin' hot read with an emotional punch.
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