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Three's the naughtiest kind of crowd.
Getting to the one-year mark is difficult enough for two lovers. With three in the mix, every day brings a fresh challenge for Henry, Alice, and Jay.
Between Alice's headstrong insistence on pushing her sexual limits and Jay's need to confront an abusive former lover, Henry has his hands full keeping both of his partners safe and happy. If his balancing act fails, the trio's future will come tumbling down.
But amid the struggles and risks of their unconventional lifestyle, the three form a union that brings each of them to the edge of something new—a love that could slip through their fingers if they don't hold on tight.
New to USA Today bestselling author M.Q. Barber's Neighborly Affection series?
This friends-to-lovers mmf menage saga is best read in order. Start with Playing the Game or the prequel book Becoming His Master.
Praise for Finding Their Balance:
"These stories are beautifully written with a great sense of understanding and sympathy for the human condition. That another can see beneath the skin to the needs, insecurities and heart of you, makes for a continuing tale of love and adventure." — BookBub reviewer, 5 stars
"Barber has a lyrical quality to her writing. Each detail perfectly executed to create a world in which the reader can get lost. Every step of the way you feel the forward motion of the characters. Not only do you see growth of the individual, but also within the relationships. Each book in the series sees new challenges for Henry, Jay, and Alice and each book sees growth from the experiences of those challenges and those experiences seamlessly move the reader through the next book and the next set of challenges." — Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars
"This unconventional love story touches your heart, tickles your funny bone, and revs your engine." — Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars
"I've adored this series from the start, and it just keeps getting better. … Steam and boundary-pushing with heart and a deep, abiding respect and love? Always a winning combination in romance!" — Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars