Just One More by Stephanie Beck
Author: Stephanie Beck
Publisher: Beachwalk Press ( May 1st, 2012)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥2Hearts- it was okay
Blurb: Two is enough, but three could be everything. Kit and Adam Jacobs know what their marriage needs-Gavan Karik. He’s the one man they both want and the only one who can make their relationship complete. Making Gav part of the family comes with a price. Family, infidelity and self-worth issues plague Gav, but Adam and Kit are willing to tackle those issues if Gav is willing to commit. For every problem they conquer, another one pops up. Not only are the three adults working to meld a broken family into one, they’re also struggling with a blackmailer threatening to out the two men’s sexuality and issues with the kids being mistreated at school. With each battle all three have to decide if the vision each sees for the future can match and if the reward is worth the fight.
Content Warning: Strong language, graphic sex, and explicit incidents of laundry washing within.
Product Link: http://beachwalkpress.com/shop/just-one-more/
Review: I really was excited about the idea of a MMF three-way, especially between committed and married people. I have to say I was let down. The story was too sweet and unrealistic. It would have been a good fairytale. I did like the fact that Kit loved her husband enough to indulge his bisexual side. I also liked that she welcomed Gav’s kids, too and I really liked Gav’s character. I always have had a thing for the bad boy types. I also loved the rugged mansex between Gav and Adam. The only problem I had was it seemed like the story never really moved. If it had been shorter it may have been a great short, but it seemed too droll on and on about how Kit loved them both and loved the kids and she was just way too good to be true. The story would have been awesome with just Gav and Adam.
I recommend this book if you like MMF romance that is focused on the female, a too good to be true romance, some very rugged hot mansex (just not enough of it) and a story involving the struggles of a relationship with spouses with children from multiple relationships.