4 Star and 3 Star Review for Threesome: Him, Him, and Me by N.S. Beranek, Steve Berman, Evey Brett, Lawrence Jackson, Dale Chase, Chris Colby, Shane Allison, Jeff Mann, Nathan Burgoine, Rob Rosen, Renardin, Jerry L. Wheeler, Redfern Jon Barrett #MMM #Anthology

CoverTitle: Threesome: Him, Him, and Me
Author Name & Publisher: N.S. Beranek, Steve Berman, Evey Brett, Lawrence Jackson, Dale Chase, Chris Colby, Shane Allison, Jeff Mann, Nathan Burgoine, Rob Rosen, Renardin, Jerry L. Wheeler, Redfern Jon Barrett (Lethe Press)
Publication Date & Length: March 1, 2016 – 210 pgs

Synopsis

Few sexual fantasies are as potent or lasting as “the threesome” – as an adolescent, the first time you saw a hot couple walking hand in hand and you wanted to follow them back home and into their bed, as an adult when you discover that your partner has been fantasizing also about the bartender at your favorite club.

1+1+1 = sensual delight!

Editor Matthew Bright, no stranger to threesomes himself, has invited twelve authors to write stories that range from the sweet and romantic to erotic and playful and even a bit depraved.

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Review

FourStars

If you enjoy reading about thresomes with men this this is the book for you.

I set down today and read this book and I have to tell you that even though they are all short stories there is something in this book for everyone.

This book to say the least is hot in some spots and not so much in others but if you keep reason you will find a short story in genre that you like.

There is stories in here about love found, love lost, paranormal encounters, way out there hook ups, hook ups that wanted to happen but did not and so much more.

I suggest reading this book of you are looking for a hot, steamy read.

Tosha

ThreeStar

This is a collection of twelve short stories all about threesomes. As the editor says just like any sex it’s not always simple. You get a little bit of everything with this anthology. Each section seemed to stick to a vague theme. I slipped easily into the first section of stories as they were your more successful contemporary stories. All rather energetic but relatable stories that when done I still wanted more. These were the easiest for me to enjoy.

The second section of stories were more about things being less simple or outside the box. One or two left me feeling a bit irritated or upset but seeing as those were sometimes the feelings of the person telling that specific tale I consider that well done. If an author can get you to feel something that strong in that short of a time, that is very good story telling. These weren’t all awkward or difficult but they were less simple and to the point.

The third section all had an outside additional element. Either whimsical, sci-fi or paranormal. These I myself had the hardest time with but that’s more on me as I read less of this type of genre. All really well written and detailed and were more involved than the previous two sections. All still enjoyable and keeping with the theme. Out of all the stories I enjoyed The Big Match the most and was slightly sad when I got to the end and was wanting to see where the story would lead.

Jessica W.

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