Three, Two, One (321) : 321

  • by JA Huss
  • Narrated by Sebastian York, Ava Erickson
  • Series: 321
  • 10 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

One Girl
Battered, barefoot, and huddled under a bookstore awning in the pouring rain, Blue only knows one thing. After 15 months of captivity, finally she is free.
Two Friends
Self-made millionaires JD and Ark are not out to save anyone when they stumble upon a wet and shivering girl one early Sunday morning. But when you sell sex for a living and salvation rings your bell, you answer the call.
Three Soulmates
After years of searching, love lifts the veil of darkness, and three people - with three very big secrets - find themselves bound together in a relationship that defies the odds. Or does it? Love. Lust. Sex. This trinity might be perfection but not everything should come in threes.
WARNING: This is a standalone non-traditional M/F/M romance with a non-traditional ending.
**Includes a special bonus note read by the author


What the Critics Say

"If you're looking for something mind blowing, dark, mysterious and panty-dropping-hot, Three, Two, One (321) should be your next read!" (Christy Baldwin, Bookbabes Unite Book Blog, Goodreads #2 Best Reviewers)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

5+ stars! Absolutely loooooooved this audio

Wow I don't even know what to say right now. I'm in shock I think. Shock and mourning. Shock that it was so incredible and totally mourning the fact that it's over. Great story with deep Characters, amazingly hot sex, mystery, and more, all while pulling on major heart strings. I can't even pick my favorite thing about this book as I loved the whole package. Wonderful job JA Huss, and you picked perfect narrators. Major kudos! Thanks for the bonus too 😉
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- Preppy

Wild Steamy Journey

If you could sum up Three, Two, One (321) in three words, what would they be?

Intense, Raw, Gripping

Who was your favorite character and why?

I loved Blue. She is delicate and fragile yet incredibly resilient and strong.

Which character – as performed by Sebastian York and Ava Erickson – was your favorite?

Sebastian York's interpretation of Ark is excellent.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes and no--
Yes, in terms of the riveting story, and no because I am not sure that my heart could take the increasing intensity of the plot tension and foreboding.

Any additional comments?

After having read the teasers for J.A. Huss’ Three, Two, One, I was surprised at the beginning of the novel. I had to re-listen to the first bit to get my head in the right place and let go of my presumptions. Then it hit me. Rethinking the teasers and page one, I internally screamed, “Noooooooo”!

J.A. Huss has done it again; I took her bait, and she reeled me in like a catfish for a Friday night fry-up.

Ms. Huss has written another fabulously suspenseful erotic novel. I couldn’t put it down, and I didn’t want to finish it. I knew before I got to the end that I would be re-reading this book in order to soak up all the little details that I undoubtedly missed in my anxiousness to learn what happened to Ark, J.D. and Blue. J.A. Huss has an uncanny ability to build in just the right amount of tension in her stories to produce the effect of a pot that is perpetually on the verge of boiling. The reader knows there is something bigger just under the surface, but no one is privy to what that something bigger is. The characters hold secrets close to the vest and the reader only knows what the characters share with one another. Just about the time the reader is ready to start chewing finger nails, the story explosively culminates like a pressure cooker blowing its lid.

Throughout the story, details of the main characters, Ark, J.D. and Blue are slowly leaked out as they get to know one another better. It is a little frustrating, but good things come to those who wait. The secondary characters are not overly developed, but they're understandable and serve their purpose as antagonists, foils and supportive protagonists. The line between good guy and bad guy/sinner and saint was hazy at times and that added to the mystique of that underlying “something bigger” and made me question who were the true protagonists in the story.

The book starts in present day and then jumps back to the main characters’ first meeting. Based on the first page, I thought the story would be told only from one character’s point of view, however, the story is told by both Ark and Blue. I found it very interesting that although the story has three main characters, the multi-POV story didn’t include all the main characters’ perspectives. The exclusion of J.D.’s POV was a brilliant decision that greatly benefitted the story tension and mystery. Three, Two, One includes interesting commentary on society, truth and redemption.

I would love to go into more detail of the quotes I enjoyed or plot points that I didn’t like, but this is a story best appreciated when starting the story knowing nothing about the plot (so avoid reviews with spoilers). In the end, all is revealed. Nothing about the ending resembled my presumptions based on the teasers or the first page of the book, however, it was a very, very satisfying ending after a very wild and steamy journey.

NC-17 content. Not suitable for readers with heart conditions or delicate sensibilities. Perfect for andrenalyne junkies or fans of intense suspense and erotica.

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- Xkoqueen

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-07-2016
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing