They’ve been best friends since high school, but can Emma, Casey and Jason follow their hearts without ruining their friendship?
Emma and Jason are concerned when Casey comes home exhausted after a hold up at the bank where she works. When she falls silent in the bath, they both fear the worst and break in to find her sleeping. That’s when Jason notices how deep Emma’s love is for her best friend and he finally understands why he’s never been able to tell Emma how he feels. If Emma loves Casey, where does that leave him?
A Future for Three is a syrupy sweet, angst-free but enjoyable read, a friends-to-lovers erotic polyromance.
The main problem here is non-communication. Emma, Casey and Jason are best friends. They live together, each of them is in love with the other two, but never dare to act on it. Until now.
Since it’s only 50 pages, they come clean pretty quickly.
The sex scenes are affectionate and warm, filled with emotions.
The epilogue is exaggeratedly idyllic, but overall it is a nice read if you’re in the mood of something light and romantic.