More (More Book 1)

More (More Book 1)

by Sloan Parker

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BN ID: 2940046573282
Publisher: Sloan Parker
Publication date: 02/11/2015
Series: More
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 173,327
File size: 643 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Award-winning author Sloan Parker writes passionate, dramatic stories about two men (or more) falling in love. She enjoys writing in the fictional world because in fiction you can be anything, do anything—even fall in love for the first time over and over again. Sloan lives in Ohio with her partner and their neurotic cats. Her greatest moments in life are spent with her family, her friends, and her characters. To contact Sloan, find out about her books that are available for purchase, and read free stories, visit: www.sloanparker.com. If you'd like to be notified of new releases and get exclusive sneak peeks, be sure to sign up to receive Sloan Parker's newsletter via her website.

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More 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
georga christmas More than 1 year ago
Loved this book
JacksonJG More than 1 year ago
Enjoyable read.    Interesting plot.  Story heavy on the sex.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hot and lots of m/m/m sex. An interesting twist in that all 3 MC's meet for the first time at the same time - usually two of them have been together before and bring in a third. Plus, this is just told from one MC POV. Half the story is sex, the other half is very intriguing story about how they come together, deal with the m/m/m relationship and the drama brought on by the first MC's family. This will be going on my "to be read again" list.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed this threesome love story very much. With all the complications the had to live through the three of them loved and trusted each other unconditionally to love and trust each other. Of course they had lots of hot sex too.
CristinaB 4 days ago
(Review with spoilers) I don't know why it took me so long to read it. If I had done it last year, it would have been one of my favorite books of the year. But I didn't. I just read it, and it has become one of my favorite books, not only of the Year, but in general. I enjoyed the story, the romance and the characters. It's great, perfect. I recommend it. Luke is the main character and at first I didn't like him. But then I changed my mind. He has a hard time opening up, trusting others, but step by step he's doing it. It's not as natural for him as it is for Richard or Matthew, and he envies them for it. I love that he keeps trying, that he stops hiding and running away, that he gives them another chance. He was afraid to approach them, but now it's natural, like breathing. He couldn't live without them. He doesn't even want to think about it anymore. I loved him as much as Richard and Matthew. I also love that he decides not to let his father influence his life more, that he doesn't want him to control everything. If he does, he wins. I love that he is able to stand up to him, that he tells him everything he feels. At last he feels proud of himself. I love Richard and Matthew. Richard was the first one who wanted to take another step, the one who wanted the connection they had shared (and that the three of them saw) not to disappear. He wanted to try, even if everything seemed too hasty. I love that he always asks them what they want to do, and thay he doesn't let Matthew settle for what they want. What he wants is also important. Sometimes he seems to want to control everything. It's not his intention. He wants to take care of them, but he's wrong not to ask. And Matthew... He's adorable, he's charming. He hasn't let his suffering influence the way he is. He's optimistic, he shows his love with small gestures, he can't stop touching them. He loved them with all of his heart. I love the relationship they have. At first, it seems to be inclined towards Richard/Matthew, not because they want to exclude Luke, but because he is the one who doesn't allow himself to approach them. Richard and Matthew have more complicity, they talk about everything, and it's Luke who keeps the distance. But, once he stops, when the barriers are broken, there is balance between them. It matters what each one of them wants. They will never force the others to do what they don't want to do. They are together, each of them is important. I love that Luke learns how to be in a relationship, that he can accept advice, that he recognizes that Richard is right in some of the things he says to him. And I also love that Richard and Matthew listen to the others, that they recognize they are right, that they see that they don't always are right (more in Richard's case). I love that everyone has someone they can trust, someone outside their relationship. But they don't always support them in everything they want. I love Walter. He's a great man, a true friend. I loved the sexual scenes. You see everything they share, not just sex, but also complicity, affection, intimacy, love. And there are a couple of scenes that I didn't expect, and that I loved.
MissKitt 3 months ago
This is a good read with interesting characters. I enjoyed following the relationship development as the trio navigated the perks and pitfalls of a multiple-member relationship. The sex scenes were numerous and sensual. I found the political subplot with Luke's father to be a little over-the-top, but I liked how it came to a head at the end. I am looking forward to the next book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love love love this book!! Can't wait 4 more in series. I love author sloan parker's books! Can't wait
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What a heartwarming story of falling in love,despite overwhelming odds to separate them. The sex scenes were HOT. Made so much better by the love and trust behind it.
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ReenaJacobs More than 1 year ago
Anyone in a relationship knows there’s plenty of drama to go around. Now add another person to the relationship and you’ve hit insanity. That’s “More.” Typically, three’s a crowd, but somehow the three men made it work even with all the crazy drama. Well, let’s break it down into a few areas. Storyline- “More” started out strong, which is why I purchased the book in the first place. However, it grew quite monotonous in my opinion. The novel was full of sex scenes, which I guess is expected in an erotic novel. But it reached the point I found myself just skipping over it in huge batches. The first couple of times were exciting, but after awhile, they all seemed to sound the same. Most of the sex didn’t drive the story forward, and I thought little would be missed as far as the storyline went if a handful or two were omitted. Eroticism – As I said, there were plent of sex scenes. However, I didn’t find them overly erotic. They seemed rather cut and dry. The mechanics were there, but the sensations were glossed over. What did it feel like to be aroused? at the moment of penetration? climax? I wanted to know what the characters felt, not just what they were doing physically. Realism – I think Ms. Parker did an excellent job of putting issues gay couples have in the forefront. It was easy to empathize with her characters. Life isn’t perfect. There is discrimination in the LGBT community. And often it’s difficult to fight back or take a stance. Sometimes, it’s just enough to hold on and hope for a reprieve. Romance – One thing for sure, I don’t know how they made the threesome work. I’d eventually get jealous not being the center of attention or end up with doubts on whom the guys liked best. All I can say is, thank god I don’d live in a society which keeps harems. Anyway, the romance didn’t do it for me. I don’t know if it was the writing or just my preferences. One thing I did learn about myself, which I’d forgotten, was I’m not into contemporary romances. I don’t read them–haven’t for a long time. I lost interest in them before I graduated high school. This gay romances read like contemporary but with a M/M twist. It wasn’t necessarily the writing, but rather the genre (erotic gay ROMANCE). One thing I did love was the ending. It brought the novel to a complete circle.