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Review: And Best Friend Makes Three by Lynn LaFleur

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And Best Friend Makes Three
By Lynn LaFleur

Genre: Erotic Romance Novella

Release: January 22, 2010

Price: $4.95 (available as an e-book only) ISBN: 9781419926020
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave

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What I liked:
In addition to being a great romp, this was a really beautiful love story. I found myself caught up in the lives of Eric and Brenna, and I was so inspired by the love they felt for one another that the passion they shared sexually was a natural out-flowing of their solid relationship. This isn’t a meet-cute-then-jump-in-bed book. It’s a story about a couple who has a very passionate relationship who decides to take it to the next level. But the main gist of the story is a really beautiful romance. I love books like this. The whole initiation of the relationship with the best friend was a bit awkward, and unlike most m/m/f stories I’ve read. Otherwise, I probably would have given this one five stars. But I really enjoyed the book, and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a spicy, passionate love story. Cheers to the author.

Book Blurb

A teasing remark from his best friend sends Eric McFarland ten years back in time to his college days, when sex was wild and plentiful. Now happily engaged to Brenna West, Eric has no desire to be with any other woman.
When that best friend, Keith Dillard, pays a visit, Eric decides to turn Keith’s teasing remark into reality.
Brenna loves Eric with all her heart and wants no other man. Yet when Eric says he and Keith want to give her one night of incredible passion and pleasure, she can’t possibly turn down their generous offer.

Publisher’s Note:  Originally published in the Two Men and a Lady anthology.

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