Never Too Many Valentines is a book with three short stories about Valentine ménage.
“Killer Valentine” by Kristabel Reed is about three FBI Agents who are called in to catch the Wilderness Killer. Jareth Reese is the Lead Agent and also controls Tony and Sophie. He is their Dom and he is very protective of them. When they have to separate to catch the killer’s accomplice, he gets very upset and ends up having to save Sophie. The three of them have a great time together, sexually, in their cabin. In the end, Jareth realizes he’s in love with both of them and wants to keep them safe and for himself.
“Valentine Circle of Love” by Trinity Blacio is a story about five wolves who find their mate in Kesha. The five men take Kesha and her two adopted boys to their house. The problem is the boys she’s adopted belong to a rival wolf pack’s leader and he’s coming after them. There is lots of sex in this short story, but lots of pampering for Kesha as well. The head wolf, Valentin, is protective and possessive of his new mate and she falls in love with him almost immediately. There is a binding ceremony for the wolves and their mate where they all have sex with her in front of their families and she creates quite a stir at the ceremony. Will they be able to protect their mate in the end? Will she be able to handle all five males? Read the story.
“Nashville Valentine” by Bethany Michaels is a sex-charged story about a sexually frustrated Sybil who has a bad history of Valentine Days. She’s in a band called Sweetwater Keane with Trevor Keane and Marcus, her best friend since high school. Both men are stunning, and Sybil often pictures the three of them together. Will she stay sexually frustrated or will one of the charmingly handsome band mates come to her rescue?
All three authors do a great job with character development in such short stories. You are not left wondering more about them as they are all well-defined. Each character has their own history and personality. They can stand alone and are great together as the threesomes unfold in the stories. Kesha was my favorite as she was a strong, stand up for herself kind of character. I like strong female lead characters. Sybil was more of a needy character which is what the story called for. Sophie was not a lead character per se but she was shy, and when punished, she just cried and took it. She wanted to leave Jareth at one point but ended up staying with him. All the men were hot and had huge packages. They were not afraid to interact with the other male but ended up pampering their ladies during their sexcapades. I really liked them all except for Jareth and that was his character.
I think all three stories could be made into a full length novel of their own, and I would enjoy each one. Each story was fully developed and brought the reader into the story. You really felt for the characters and the sex scenes were all very hot. The sex scenes were so well written that they pulled me in and left me sexually frustrated. They were explicit, graphic and realistic. I could actually see the scenes in my mind as I read them. All three stories were great, but my favorite was “Valentine Circle of Love”. I love the way Kesha was pampered by the men when they weren’t having sex with her. I loved her character and the protection of her by her mates. It was a very well-rounded story, and I finished reading it wanting more. I didn’t want the story to end and the sexcapades to continue. Please make it into a full length novel! All three stories were great, and I would recommend this book to anyone who loves ménage and great stories. It’s an A+!
e-book, digital format
Publisher: Ravenous Romance (February 9, 2011)
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