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Sara's Review: Three, Two, One (321) by J.A. Huss


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Publisher: Podium Publishing

Narrator: Sebastian York & Ava Erickson

Released: June 7, 2016

Genre: Romance, Suspense

Length: 10 hours and 11 minutes

Format: eBook, Paperback, Audible

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Synopsis

ONE GIRL Battered, barefoot, and huddled under a bookstore awning in the pouring rain, Blue only knows one thing. After fifteen 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 3’s. WARNING: This is a STANDALONE non-traditional M/F/M ROMANCE with a non-traditional ending.

Three Boundless Stars

I am a fan of Sebastian York and wanted to jump into something of his that Lissa hadn’t read yet so I gave this one a try. The sex is unbelievably scorching! Shocking, dirty, melt you where you stand scorching! OMG I had to fan myself and other things…HEHE. That said I am not sure I would really like the story if it didn’t have the scorching hot dirty sex.

The story by itself was interesting in the beginning and then at the end. But the middle was just sex. I also never really understood how the characters concluded that they loved each other because each were keeping such secrets. Enamored yes, lust yes, love? I think love takes more than just a lot of dirty sex. The ending surprised me, I didn’t see that coming from JD. It honestly made me sad, I was hoping the ending would be like Blue’s fictitious ending she wrote.

This book has some dark themes and consists of a m/f/m relationship with a little “light play” going on between the two m/m characters. So if any of that is going to squick you out avoid this book. It made for an extremely steamy listening sessions. Once a gain Sebastian York was phenomenal with his narration and Ava Erickson was superb. The only thing that would have made it better if they interacted with the dialog instead of each taking a chapter.

Overall, I like the book and I am giving it Three Boundless Stars


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