Reviewed by Kat
TITLE: Three Under the Christmas Tree
AUTHOR: Silvia Violet
PUBLISHER: Self Published
LENGTH: 88 pages
RELEASE DATE: December 4, 2017
Ace and Gavin haven’t had a threesome in far too long. When Ace meets the perfect guy to join them, he can’t think of a better way to kick off the holiday season.
Jonathan is charmed by the sexy couple, and he quickly realizes that what started as a fling has the potential to be a whole lot more.
Gavin feels their connection just as strongly, but even after weeks of the three of them hanging out, he’s afraid to suggest they turn their friends-with-benefits arrangement into a serious relationship.
The joy and shared experiences of the season have a way of making magic happen, if only all three men could find the courage to ask for what they want.
A Christmas ménage…what a special treat!!!
Ace wants to give his long-term partner a very special Christmas treat. After all, Christmas is Gavin’s favorite part of the year. So he finds the perfect “third” for a little ménage fun. After all, they haven’t had a threesome in a long time and they have always enjoyed there fun time. When Jonathon meets them at the coffee shop all three of them can feel the electricity in the air. But what happens next when the evening ends and they all would like more???
This was a fast paced book that I was a little fearful was going to be straight erotica from the way the beginning started. I was thankful when the sex slowed down so they could all really get to know each other and a captivating story emerged. And to answer the obvious question…yes there is a lot of hot sex scenes but what else would you expect when three young, horny men get together?
Of course the angst comes from lack of communication. Relationships are hard enough between two people but with three there has to be open communication or it is doomed to fail. I know that people will say guys usually don’t like talking about their wants and needs but you have to talk in an unconventional relationship like a triad.
I liked this book and was finally connecting with the dynamics of the characters when it ended. I am hoping that this might be the introduction of these three men and their relationship will continue in more books. I could easily see a really good series coming from this. Nice start but just hope there is more to come because I felt like it was a bit unfinished.