Monday, 3 October 2016

Book review - 4-Ever Theirs by Jayne Rylon - 4/5 stars

4-Ever Theirs by Jayne Rylon
Ménage romance 
4/5 stars 

One woman. Three dudes. No regrets.
College was supposed to be Andi Miller’s training ground for the real world. Instead, it’s her final Saturday night in her college-grade apartment, and she’s still sheltered as hell. Why? Because of her three adorable roommates—Reed, Cooper and Simon.
Determined to have one date where the overprotective trio doesn’t scare the guy off, Andi sneaks out for the night. And almost lives to regret it.
When Reed, Cooper and Simon rescue Andi from a bad situation in the basement of a sex club, they decide it’s time for the kid gloves to come off. Since their early college days, they’ve been not-so-secretly fighting amongst themselves to spark her next smile, her next laugh.
They’ve already done a lot of surviving together, and now it’s time to thrive. At the risk of ruining a beautiful friendship, the men set out to turn their hands-off live-in arrangement into a weeklong learning experience where they become Andi’s sex education teachers.
Except none of them realize their newfound intimacy will make it impossible to say goodbye on graduation day.
Warning: When a woman and three very different men all come together, there’s a chain reaction of epic proportions. Please keep a cold shower on standby. Contains a very brief scene of attempted assault.
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4-Ever Theirs is a fun and sexy story that I found enjoyable to read. I just wish it was a bit longer so the story could have been fleshed out more as a good read could become a great read. But if you're looking for a quick, easy to read book that get your pulse racing then this could be the ideal book for you. 4-Ever Theirs is a friends to lovers story with a big twist. It stars three hunky, but very different men who have all fallen for the same lucky girl. They will go to any length to make her happy - even if it means sharing her!

I liked all of the characters, especially the heroine Andi. She had unique relationships with all three of her men, and I liked how she spent individual time with all of them. I'm not sure how realistic this type of relationship is - it sounds thoroughly exhausting to me - but it made for fun reading. Overall this is an entertaining, sexy story so I've given it four out of five stars.

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

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