Please Save Me by Becca Van

Title:  Please Save Me

Series: N/A

Author:  Becca Van

Genre: Contemporary, MMF, Ménage a Trois/Quatre

Length: Novel

Publisher: Siren

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥2Hearts

Blurb:   Selina Bauer has been working for Steve Cuthbert and Gary Soams for four weeks and has the hots for them. She moved to the town of Orderville, Idaho, from Little to escape her stalking ex.

Even though she would love to start a relationship with her two bosses, she doesn’t dare approach them and doesn’t think they like her in that way. When danger follows her to Orderville, Gary and Steve take her into their home, and much to her delight seduce her into their bed as well.

She is surprised to find out the two men are bisexual and have been waiting to find the right woman to invite into their relationship. And they believe Selina is that woman. Selina must try to break down the walls the two men have surrounding their hearts.

Will she succeed? And will they be able to save her in return?

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Reviewer:  Cat

Review:  Ok, first let me clarify that I do like ménage, Especially M/M/F and the blurb sounded really good. The story had a great premise. I mean a woman finding love with too hot men and them saving her from a sociopathic ex? Who wouldn’t like that?  But I was very disappointed. I found a lot of things in this book repetitive and some descriptive words much overused and really unnecessary. The two men were supposed to be long time lovers, and I get them being bi and wanting a woman in the relationship,  but for the first half the book there was no sex between them, even when they were aroused over her.   ON a more positive note, the story was cute. I loved the idea of two big, hunky and both alpha-type males in a relationship. The story had lots of potential.

I would recommend this to anyone that likes F/M/M relationships. Hot construction workers.  A little hint of Dom/sub and a damsel in distress.


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