Tyler had no idea his wife Angela’s desires so closely matched his own. But when some unguarded pillow talk reveals her fantasy of two men at once, Tyler jumps at the chance to make her happy. Enlisting the help of his best friend Connor, who’d shared some threesome adventures with him in the past, Tyler secretly hopes exploring Angela’s fantasies will lead to his own personal desire—a permanent threesome with the two people he loves most in the world.
Connor can’t believe it when his best friend asks him to seduce his wife. Then he meets Angela, and all the women in his past fade away. With Tyler’s blessing, Connor sets out to melt Angela’s reserve, and when Tyler joins the party, the three of them set the sheets on fire.
Angela is floored when her husband suggests they explore some of her fantasies—things she’d only read about but never in a million years thought she’d actually do. Sandwiched between Tyler and Connor, she’s never felt so treasured, so protected, so loved. But the reality proves much more complicated than the fantasy. She loves her husband, but she finds herself falling for his best friend too. That’s not normal, is it? What will people think?
First of all, the time span in the story is hardly believable. Tyler starts to help his wife discover her fantasies after seven years of marriage? Seven! And Angela hasn’t met her husband’s best friend in seven years, and has never seen a picture of him either?? Unlikely. It should have been two or three years, and I would have passed by it more easily.
The beginning was promising, but I soon realized the characters are flat and make no progress. Lots of whining and hesitation, but no character development.
Tyler is boring and irritating at the same time with his over-romanticized behavior.
Angela got on my nerves with her fake pudicity and shyness, her skittish behavior, and clenching womb.
Connor is the only one who is a little bit likeable of this trio.
Somewhere in the middle I was on the verge of abandoning the book. But the occurring problems for the trio seemed interesting, so I kept on. But sadly the scenes became schematized. I just couldn’t connect to the characters or be engaged with the story.
Positively, the romance development is slow, but the plot is poor, and the characters are one-dimensional. The erotica is pretty good, apart from the clichés, and some cheesy dialogues.
I love romance, but in this story the extra-honeyed sugary scenes suffocated me.
The basic idea of the story is great, the start is good, but I expected a much better execution.