The Anatomy of Jane

The Anatomy of Jane

by Amelia LeFay


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The Anatomy of Jane by Amelia LeFay


I've always been on my own. My life used to consist of nothing but work, keeping Allen out of trouble, and if I had time, sleep. Then I became their maid.


Every day more than half a million people tune in to watch my show. They trust me. I know it's because I'm the only son of the prominent Emerson family. However, I like to believe it because I'm honest no matter what story I report on. I'm honest about everything but the man I've been f**king for the last four years... and now her.


I want three things: First, Maxwell Emerson and Jane Chapman both in my bed. Second, to be the best bloody chef in the country. Third, to figure out how to simultaneously get the first and second things I want without any of us getting hurt.

Three People

One Love Story

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781544053462
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/02/2017
Pages: 356
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.74(d)

About the Author

Amelia LeFay is a character of my own imagination. She's a single woman in her mid twenties in love with sex. Dirty sex, rough sex, sex of any type. She's not a whore or a slut. She believes a woman should be allowed to sexually express herself any way she wishes.

She stands for Gay Rights, Women's Rights, the rights of Minorities, and Environmental Protection.

She can be a bitch, but doesn't think there is anything wrong with that.

She has uneven boobs, stretch marks on her ass, astigmatism, and thighs that rub together as she walks. (Which means no pair of jeans lasts as long as she wishes they would.)

But most importantly, Amelia is a Dreamer...she has dreams so big it scares even her, because if she fails...if she can't make it...she feels like nothing.

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The Anatomy of Jane 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can't wait until winter!
JoannaDursi More than 1 year ago
(3.5 stars) I wish I could rate this one on the story alone because it would’ve been higher. I very much enjoyed Jane, Maxwell & Wesley’s story. I’m not used to reading of an established relationship between two men and then adding in the female, so that was new to me. The story held my attention and I couldn’t put it down. I couldn’t wait to see how their relationship would evolve and what obstacles they would face. Unfortunately due to continuity issues and an overabundance of grammatical errors I could not rate it any higher. But I will say that was one heck of an ending and I do want to jump into book two to see how it’ll all play out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amazing book, when's the next available?
ArecRain More than 1 year ago
I am not sure how to go about this review. On one hand, there was so much about this novel to love. The characters are great! They tangible with flaws and quirks and it is so hard not to care about them. This is a novel that is written so well and flows so nicely that as I was reading, it turned into a movie inside my head where I could almost hear their voices. Needless to say, I was taken in. Don’t expect this be a light erotic read, however. First off, there is a lot of sexual tension built up. I had to fan myself a couple times reading it. When it came down to them actually doing the deed, it felt a bit anticlimactic, no pun intended. I expected this greatly detailed beautiful described scene. Rather, it felt more like a wham-bam-thank you-ma’am kind of deal. It was disappointing after such tantalizing build up and foreplay. Secondly, there is a lot of emotion and drama involved. If you like your erotica simple and fun, avoid this novel because it grabs you by the heartstrings and doesn’t let go even after you’ve long since read the final page. I would also avoid if you don’t like cliffhangers. The author left then end of this wide open, clearly preparing for the second novel (which has yet to be released as I write this). Since I received a copy from Netgalley, I didn’t pay too much attention that this was part of a series until it was over, and I felt like my heart was ripped from my chest. I highly recommend this novel to those looking for a deep erotic read involving two men and a woman. If your heart can’t handle that, then I suggest you find something else.
JaneyC More than 1 year ago
This was an addictive story that saw a "struggling to make ends meet” maid ensconce herself right into the middle of a well established M/M relationship. Maxwell Emerson was a renowned media broadcaster, with a daily show. Carrying on his father’s legacy, he prides himself on his factual, relevant, sometimes scandalous topics. Unfortunately, he isn’t so revealing about the relationship he has been having for four years, with Wesley Uhler, the celebrity chef. What I liked about this was the irresistible dynamic between Max and Wes. Evident from the outset, they are comfortable with each other. They have made their relationship work. They have harnessed the push and pull of both of their egos. All light, all transparent, until Jane the maid stumbles on them together during her usual cleaning routine. Wes is intrigued, and suggests she joins them. Max holds back, not sure of what that would do to their dynamic. What unfolds is far more of a road trip than is suggested by the light beginning. This story evolves, and becomes so addictive. I’m surprised and heartened by the change in tack, and therefore suitably stunted by the stop gap whilst we await the next instalment. I loved this authors storytelling, not the editing..I ignored it, honest I did, and then was deliriously happy to find out that the Amelia Lefray was someone I already knew. God, love her! "I was like a dirty Mary Poppins." **ARC provided by the publisher, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review** If you want to explore the beginning, look no further than here.. Prologue, Ch 1 & 2
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The characters weren't believable. There was no connection to any of them. I felt nothing when I read it. More character development, relationship building, fewer subplots and focus on creating a compelling story. The preview video was hotter than all the sex scenes put together.
shannschoice More than 1 year ago
I haven’t read a menage story in a long time, mainly because I need the relationship between the threesome to be more than just sex or have sex used as a balm to fix whatever issue(s) they have. But then the trailer for this book appeared on my Facebook timeline, I didn’t really care what was in the storyline I had to read the book. But this book was SOOOOO much more than it's hot as hell trailer. Max, a news report from a very influential family, and Wes, a British chef, have been in a relationship for four years. They’re committed to each other, despite the fact that Max doesn’t let his relationship with Wes leave the four walls of his penthouse. Wes knew the score when he saw Max and he’s willing to take what he can from the man who has a hard time when it comes to his emotions. But when they discover their new maid watching them while they’re having sex, Wes finds himself inexplicably drawn to Jane and wants her just as much as he does Max. What follows is a dance, of sorts, with Max, Jane and Wes figuring out their relationship with each other. It’s not easy, but these characters make you desperate for them to figure things out. Jane is a hot mess. She’s often times stubborn and opinionated, but she’s loyal and she wants nothing more than for someone, for once, to love her and want to keep her. When she finds herself cleaning Max’s apartment and stumbling upon he and Wes, she’s drawn to them both. She fights the attraction. But both men have a way of breaking down her walls. She sees the good in both of them and she loves how they are when they’re together, especially Max. But more importantly, she loves how she feels when she’s with the. She’s safe. She felt protected. And her loyalty to both these men shows when she goes to bat for them when they really need each other. I loved Wes. Of both men, he was the one I most connected with. His was witty and flirty, but you knew he acted that way at times to hide how he was really feeling. He wore his heart of his sleeve, both for Max and Jane. He truly loves both of them, but the stress of Max’s family and his unwillingness to make their relationship public was wearing down on him. And when that stress threatened to break him, I loved that he turned to Jane to comfort. They’re like two peas in a pod. Understanding each other on a level that Max can’t or won’t. Max is a mass of contradiction. He knows who he is and has no problem with his sexuality. Even when he questioned why Wes would want to add Jane to their relationship and fought against it, he was really fighting against his attraction to Jane and how that would change the dynamics of his relationship with Wes. But once he let Jane in, he was all in. The issue came with his public persona. His mother is a political powerhouse and he’s a news anchor who’s views are very right wing. He kept his two worlds separate. You could almost see that weight from the secrets pushing his shoulders down. Like it was only a matter of time before the real Max was shown to the world and he had to decide what he was going to do. I loved the dynamics between these three characters. Jane was the piece that kept wild Wes and conservative Max at an even keel. She soothed them when they needed it, yelled when they were being unreasonable and let them take care of her when they found this important piece to their relationship was hurt. The book ends with a bit of a cliffhanger, but it’s one that has m
TammyS32 More than 1 year ago
Great Read! This is an emotional and very steamy M/M/F read. Jane has not had an easy life and when she is desperate for a new job she ends up becoming the maid of Maxwell Emerson. Maxwell is from a prominent family and has a high profile job as well. He is hiding a secret, he is having an affair with Wes and when Jane learns of it both men can’t deny their attraction to her. Great story and hot sex. Loved it!
Sissymae1 More than 1 year ago
I received an eARC, from NetGalley and the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. 'The Anatomy of Jane' by Amelia LeFay is book one in the "WJM" trilogy. This is the story of Max, Wesley and Jane. There is a cliffhanger that leads you into the next book to continue their story. Max and Wesley have been involved with each other for about 4 years but have not gone public with their relationship. Mostly due to Max's family. Jane has been on her own for most of her life and now she finds her previous boss has set her name on a loan shark contract. So she has to raise a large sum of money. Jane takes on a a cleaning job where she meets Max and Wesley as their housekeeper. Wesley is attracted to her pretty quickly and Max seem to be slow or tries to fight his attraction to her. This was a great, hot read that I couldn't put down!
Sandi3545 More than 1 year ago
What do you do when one of your favorite authors writes her first book under another name? Get the book to read before it ASAP. Go in with an open minded because M/M/F books can go one of two ways. They can totally gross me out when the men focus on themselves more than the woman OR they can be about Love. Love between M/M/F whether it’s just about sex or relationships are described with such passionate, loving, and romantic way. You can’t help but see the love and fall in love with all three main characters and hope for everything to work out between them all. “I’m always thinking about you! Every ducking day you are on my mind. I can never get a damn break from you. I revolve around you! You are an addiction I can never shake so don’t make me keep repeating it!” The Anatomy of Jane really didn’t take me by surprise that I would love it knowing who wrote it. My reservations about the M/M/F left shortly after I started reading and met Jane, Wesley and Maxwell. Jane was abandon at birth raised in foster care with her only “family” being a foster brother she grew up with Allen. She worked at the strip club Allen owed as a bartender but she’s more of the clubs mama taking care of the girls and all there clothing mishaps. After trying and failing to get more money for all her hard work Jane looks for another job and ends up becoming a maid from a company one of the former dancers owns. She becomes a maid for Boston’s wealth. “I was like a dirty Mary Poppins.” Maxwell has the Boston accent, sexy in a suit or without, head of YGM, Reporter of The Emerson Report, and political family with net worth in the billions. He can be a a**hole, the ice block, or the boss. “I want her in bed with us… and I know you want her, too” Wesley the Brit, with the seduce you English accent, model like sexy, tattoos, head chef and owner of Wes Hill. In love with how this series started out… I can’t wait for book 2 in fall or winter 2016.
caroldh4 More than 1 year ago
RATING 4.5 STARS The Anatomy of Jane is book one in the WJM series by Amelia LeFay. This book was generously provided to me in exchange for an honest review by NetGalley and by the author. Wesley Uhler is a famous chef who has won countless awards and is the king of his kitchen. People pay hundreds of dollars to dine in his posh restaurant. He has also been in love with Maxwell Emerson for the last four years. But they keep it secret because that’s what Max needs. But then everything changed the day their maid walked in on them having sex. The day he first laid eyes on Jane Chapman. “If she likes me, she has to like you because you’re part of me.” Max is a famous news reporter and is currently working on a huge story trying to bring down a corrupt politician. Max’s life revolves around work and Wes. Max was from a very wealthy family. His mother getting ready to make her bid for the presidency public. They would never accept that he is in love with another man. So he keeps it secret. There was no room in his life for anything else, until Jane. “The moment I saw her, I knew it, just like I knew it when I saw him…they were mine. I wasn’t sure how it would work out but I’d just figure it out.” Jane Chapman has struggled her entire life. She was an orphan and grew up in group homes. She works non-stop just to keep from going hungry. She was working as a bartender and manager in her friend’s strip club and after that became a maid. That’s how she first met Wes and Max. Seeing them the way she did was the hottest thing she has ever seen. Wes and Max both want Jane, they want her in their bed and in their life. For Jane they provide something she has never had, family and security. But the world would never accept their relationship, not to mention Max’s family. I admit it took me until about 30% to really fall in love with this book. Up until then it was good but after that it was great. There was quite a lot of editing issues but since this is an ARC, I’m assuming that will be resolved in the final copy. Jane is amazing. I loved her from page one. You just can’t help but to love this strong, feisty woman who doesn’t seem to be able to catch a break. She expects nothing from life so the smallest things give her great pleasure. Max and Wes are so different from each other yet somehow are just what each other needs. But when they found Jane, they found that missing something that made them complete. Can this trio really find a way to make this work? Can their love for each other really be enough? Or will family and public expectations pull them apart? Don’t even get me started on the ending. I did not see that coming at all! To the author I would like to say that is just so not fair! I loved this book. Not just the hot sex although there is plenty of that. But the characters were flawed and amazing and won my heart. So now the wait begins for book two, The Anatomy of Us, due out in a few months. I can’t wait! “In a world filled with monsters, fakes and liars, Jane was an angel. Max and my angel.”
TDB005 More than 1 year ago
As I was looking for books to read, the cover for this one caught my attention even with its lackluster blurb, but I'm sad to say that the cover was the best part. It wasn't just the cliffhanger ending, although I detest them...and this one was a bad one, it was the actual writing itself. Let me start by saying that I know an ARC is supposed to have errors, but this wasn't even first draft quality. I've read hundreds of ARCs in my time as a reviewer, and even more as a beta reader, and this was by far the worst I've ever received. It was riddled with errors, the story needed better development, and the erratic quality of the writing made it difficult for me to read. I did give it one star for the cute banter between the characters and the other for some pretty hot sex scenes, but beyond that I hate feeling like this was a waste of my time because the story itself does have potential. But lordy this needs better editing before it goes out to reviewers. *sigh* I hate to sound so harsh by saying that, because I honestly know how hard authors work, but this was just a mess.