Saturday, 21 November 2015

Book review - Roll Against Discovery by Allyson Lindt (ménage romance)3/5 stars

Roll Against Discovery by Allyson Lindt
Ménage romance 
3/5 stars 


When two gorgeous strangers, Evan and Trevor, offer to keep Kathryn company during an anime convention, she’s not letting her shy-self screw up the opportunity. She decides to be a new, bolder her. The hook-up leads to her posing for a set of scorching photos with Evan while Trevor mans the camera. Best. Decision. Ever.

The more time she spends with them, both in private and public, the harder it becomes for Kathryn to ignore her attraction to the men, or to imagine going back to her old ways. If she doesn’t discover who she really is—shy, bold, or somewhere in between—and convince Trevor and Evan to do the same, the three will lose out on more than just incredible chemistry.

Warning: This book contains a geek-girl discovering her inner vixen, and the two best friends poking and prodding her from every angle, while they figure out how they feel about each other.

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I love ménage romances, and whilst this one was OK, it was a bit more miss that hit for me.  This is a short book, and unfortunately the story really suffered for its lack of length. Don't get me wrong, I didn't hate it, but it could have been so much better. 

Kathryn is a shy geek but while she's at a anime convention she decides to be a more confident version of herself. She surprises herself when she hooks up with not one but two gorgeous guys. Evan and Trevor are best friends and are both enchanted by Kathryn, but things become complicated between the three of them when feelings quickly develop.

I must admit the anime and cosplay games and contests completely lost me and it took me a while to really get into this story. There are a lot of complex emotions between the three main characters, especially between the two men, and I felt the book needed to be a lot longer to do them justice. The story and characters had great potential, but sadly this book didn't live up to it. Three stars.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for a honest review.

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