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Francesca Virgata wants a mate. She longs for the perfect kind of love her parents had. There's only one problem: She has zero prospects. Thankfully, she's heard of Gerri Wilder, who promises to make all her mating dreams come true.
Theo and Marcus are best friends and share everything, even women. So when they both fall for Francesca, it's only natural they have a friendly competition over who can get the girl. After some thought and a hot little interlude, they realize she shouldn't choose one over the other; they should work together to make the perfect triad. A lion, a tiger, and a bear, oh my!
There has been talk of abuse in Francesca's pride, and she won't tolerate it. She'll fight tooth and claw to ensure all members are safe. But when her brother turns on her, who will protect her? Theo and Marcus will do anything for her, but it might be easier to let them both go than to choose only one of the men she's come to love.
Reader's note: This book is dirty. Very, very dirty. It has bad, bad language and a lot of hot sex. There's sarcasm, fighting, and one sharp tigress who can't choose between a hot lion and a cuddly bear. Maybe she doesn't have to. So if you like menage with two hot men and one curvy girl who gets brought to orgasmic heights like she's the queen of the world, then you will enjoy this. If you don't, keep it moving.
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By Listener on 06-18-18
Oh, My Roared
I love the lion’s, tiger’s and bear’s aspect of this book that was pretty neat. I also loved that at the beginning of the book both Theo and Marcus have this connection that was really neat. BUT… then we never hear about the connection again and that made me a little sad because it would have totally been hot to have some of that connection going on when they meet Francesca.
Other than that, I really enjoyed how they met, how they all come together though it wasn’t as easy as 1, 2, 3 and that Francesca had to really think about her choices.
Again I LOVED the new narration; he is really starting to grow on me.