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Full House

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  • Posted April 29, 2011

    Hot Read

    Full House is the third in Jess Dee's Three of a Kind series, and I think it is the best of them. I know it is the hottest of the three books, and the others were plenty hot themselves.

    After two years of Friday night passion, Trev Greenfield is ready for more from Max Ashberg. Max has been away on a business trip for six weeks: six long weeks away from Trev's bed, and both miss their together time. Now it's time for their first Friday night poker game since Max left, and Max is looking forward to it, and also has realized he is ready for more; like a relationship with Trev, possibly even moving in to Trev's empty spare room.

    There's just one tiny complication; Trev rented the spare room to a cousin of one of their poker buddies. That isn't the complication, however. The complication is that, although Trev loves Max, he's developed very strong feeling toward his new roomie-Grace Miles. For the first time since Trev met Max, he finds himself wanting a woman. His fantasy is to have them both, together. But Grace doesn't know about Max, and that Trev and Max are lovers.

    This all changes in one shocking moment, when Grace discovers them together, just hours after Trev rocked her world. And Max is hurt about Grace too-until he meets her. Then, Trev's goal becomes his as well. Can Trev convince Grace to give this growing romance a chance? Can Grace accept that these two men she's attracted to are together, but want her too? Will she be able to overcome her upbringing and accept the passion these two are offering her?

    The characters in this story are well defined, and each has small personality quirks that make them more real and believable. Any two of these characters could make a relationship work, but all three together make the dynamic work so much better.

    Trev is the sweet and gentle one, at least until he decides to push for what he wants. I like his determination to bring Grace into his and Max's lives, although I did understand his hesitation at the beginning. He is strong, gorgeous, and I loved his "never give up" attitude. He is the optimist of the three, positive that this can and will work if Max and Grace just get to know each other.

    Max is the successful businessman, strong and dominant, and more than a little shocked by the 'complication' to his plan to move to the next step with Trev. Dark to Trev's light, they make each other very happy. He is surprised, hurt, and a bit confused but as he meets Grace, he falls for her quickly, maybe as quickly as Trev did. I enjoyed watching Max go from angry and hurt, to curious, and finally to wanting Grace as much as Trev does.

    Grace is the wild card here. She is strong, sensitive and very confused. Her head tells her she should be repulsed, but she can't deny the heat that fills her at thought of Trev and Max and what she witnessed. She needs to come to terms with how she feels, and not how she thinks she should feel. I loved watching her open her mind, and her heart to the two men she comes to love.

    This is a very hot story, and one that I would recommend to anyone who wants to experience the heat and passion that three people can generate in a scorching hot encounter or two. The happy ever after was long in coming, but it is well worth the wait. Ms Dee has brought romance to a higher level of hot, and I hope she continues to gift us with love and passion like this one.

    Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2013

    WOW!!!

    I have to say, when I first started this book I didn't like it. I thought it was boring. But as the story went on I fell further and further in love with Grace, Trev, and Max. Their sexual chemistry together is so intence it set my body on fire. When they expressed their deep love and desire for each other I cried my eyes out. I recommend this book to everyone. Give it a chance and you'll love it too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2012

    Great

    Jess dee is a fantastic writer. Loved the entire series. This book has alot of hot scenes. If you do mot like m/m lovee this is not for you. If you are open to anyone exploring love in different ways you will lov it.

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  • Posted April 17, 2011

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    Hot, Steamy and Full of Love

    This book starts hot and ends the same way! Jess Dee has done it again. With the final installment in her Three of a Kind series she really delivers the steam and most importantly the romance. Grace fell for her roommate Trev, and in one night had an amazing connection with him and then saw him have an equally amazing connection with Max. When the three of them get together it's nothing but explosive! Get ready for a sexy, steamy romance with lots of sex and love between three. Heed the warning this one is scorching!

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  • Posted April 14, 2011

    With romance you just can't go wrong.....

    I really really enjoyed this book, it starts off a little different than your normal romance since some of the characters have a their relationships established already but its the way Jess Dee brings all of them together that entrances you into the story and trust you will not be able to put down. Oh and have I mentioned how HOT and STEAMY it is? Jess surely does not disappoint in that department either. The chemistry between Gracie, Trev and Max is phenomenal, shows us just what we would do for our loves. The love just pours out of this book, it was more than just excellent wonderful sex. Once again Jess Dee has a written a winner!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2011

    Hot Hot Hot

    Even hotter than the first two in this series!

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