How to Love

How to Love

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by Kelly Jamieson
     
 

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Relationship, no...but threesome, hell yes!

San Amaro Singles, Book 2

Ever since Jules's new neighbor moved in, she's been undressing him in her mind. Mike is the fresh inspiration she needs to make her erotic photography studio a success, if she can convince him and his equally buff roommate, Carlos, to strip for her lens. And maybe indulge in a little off-camera

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Relationship, no...but threesome, hell yes!

San Amaro Singles, Book 2

Ever since Jules's new neighbor moved in, she's been undressing him in her mind. Mike is the fresh inspiration she needs to make her erotic photography studio a success, if she can convince him and his equally buff roommate, Carlos, to strip for her lens. And maybe indulge in a little off-camera fun as well.

But Jules isn't too worried. She doesn't do relationships, but she loves men and sex-and in her experience, most men are okay with that.

Judging from the raw emotions leaping from the images in Jules's gallery, Mike senses there's a lot going on beneath her flirtatious, slightly cynical exterior. He and Carlos are happy in their committed relationship, but they've always felt there's a piece missing. They want a woman. Jules could be that woman.

A threesome with two committed men? Sounds like an emotionally risk-free dream come true for Jules. But when they make it clear they want more, her deepest fears push to the surface, straining bonds forged in incredible heat to the breaking point...

Warning: The book features two hot men brave enough to climb cliffs, strip naked for erotic photographs, have sex in a portrait studio and on a cliff, and who have the courage to teach a commitment-phobic woman how to love.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781619219120
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing
Publication date:
06/03/2014
Pages:
298
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.67(d)

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How to Love 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another good one in this series!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was so blown away by this book. I loved, loved, loved this story. The character were amazing. I instantly fell in love with Mike, Carlos, & Jules. They made me laugh and cry but mostly they made my heart swell to twice it'size. Their love and sexuality was so intence I felt like I was there with them at times. Kelly Jamieson is such an amazing writer, she not only gives you a story, she makes you feel like your part of the story. She is now definitely one of my favorite authors. I will definitely be reading many more of her books. The friendship in this book is beautiful. The sex is so unbelievably electrifying. I think I actually felt really small jolts of electricity. LOL. I would recommend this book to everyone! Definitely worth the money. 715 pages of Friends finding themselves then finding each other for an amazingly HOT & STEAMY loving relationship that will make you not want to ever put this book down. ENJOY. This book is full of menage sex. M/M/F. So if your not into that kind of thing then this book is not for you. But read it anyway, you may surprise yourself.
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Under_The_Covers_BookBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Guest Reviewer/Lisa & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog I don’t exactly know where to begin with this review so I guess I’ll just rip the bandage off. This is, by no means, your typical boy meets girl love story… it’s more of a girl meets boy who already has a boy and wants to add a girl to a long term boy-boy arrangement. Jules is a photographer and runs a small art studio/gallery in California, and when her model backs out at the last possible moment, she is presented with another opportunity when her attractive neighbor brings her mail that was miss-delivered. Hmmmm, Mike is VERY attractive so why shouldn’t she ask him to pose. Now Mike is in a relationship with his roommate Carlos, and the two do enjoy the companionship of a woman, but it never seems to last more than a few months. What they really want is something more for the long haul and if they take baby steps, they have a feeling that Jules might be just what they were looking for. Jules admits that she loves sex and due to her messed up past, has no intention of every settling down. Maybe Mike and Carlos are just what her battered heart needed to begin to mend. What I enjoyed the most was watching the relationship between the three develop. I am always curious to see how an author approaches a ménage type situation, and this one did not disappoint me. Yes, there is sex in this book. Lots and lots of sex. (M/M, M/F, M/F/M, M/M/F) Hot, steamy, sticky, the kind you can’t tell your momma about. The m/m were both sensual and erotic, while still making it feel like these two were making love. The way they looked into each other’s eyes, held hands… sigh… I was, ok they were, put through the emotional ringer and it’s up to you dear reader to see if they made it out the other side. I don’t want to give anything away, but the tears will be worth it in the end if you just stick it out. Kelly Jamieson has crafted a truly gritty, sexy and real story about one trio’s journey about teaching each other “How to love”. *ARC provided by publisher
WhatsOntheBookshelf More than 1 year ago
This is my first Kelly Jamieson book, but I wasn't disappointed at all. How to Love has sun, fun, and two hot guys. One of the greatest things about the story was how she developed the relationship between these three. I'm always curious to see what road the author takes when dealing with a menage relationship. Kelly handles it with finesse. She makes you fall in love with each character individually and for reasons specific to them. Mike and Carlos have very distinct personalities, one of them being the reasonable think before acting and the other more go with the flow. It was cool to see her switch things up a little when all of the thinking got them in trouble. Jules is a very strong heroine in her own right. With the help of Mike and Carlos, she comes to realize that what she thought was working for her --not getting close to anyone--really wasn't. They didn't come in and save the world, but they were there when she needed a shoulder to cry on. I won't say that all her problems are solve by the end, but she's at least made progress enough to know love when it's sitting right in front of her. Overall this is a great read. Kelly Jamieson is now an author on my radar and I'll be checking out many more of her books, including other San Amaro tales!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really loved this book. Had emotion, love, good story line and very steamy!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great book from Kelly Jamieson! Love this series so far and cannot wait for the next one. So much emotion between the characters, but so much love too.