Sunday, November 22, 2015

Review by Maimeo's Angels: 4-Ever Theirs by Jayne Rylon

One woman. Three dudes. No regrets.
College was supposed to be Andi Miller’s training ground for the real world. Instead, it’s her final Saturday night in her college-grade apartment, and she’s still sheltered as hell. Why? Because of her three adorable roommates—Reed, Cooper and Simon.
Determined to have one date where the overprotective trio doesn’t scare the guy off, Andi sneaks out for the night. And almost lives to regret it.
When Reed, Cooper and Simon rescue Andi from a bad situation in the basement of a sex club, they decide it’s time for the kid gloves to come off. Since their early college days, they’ve been not-so-secretly fighting amongst themselves to spark her next smile, her next laugh.
They’ve already done a lot of surviving together, and now it’s time to thrive. At the risk of ruining a beautiful friendship, the men set out to turn their hands-off live-in arrangement into a weeklong learning experience where they become Andi’s sex education teachers.
Except none of them realize their newfound intimacy will make it impossible to say goodbye on graduation day.
Warning: When a woman and three very different men all come together, there’s a chain reaction of epic proportions. Please keep a cold shower on standby. Contains a very brief scene of attempted assault.
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4.5 star 

I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

Firstly I have to say that when I see the name Jayne Rylon, it is an automatic purchase. I don’t believe I have read a book by this author that I didn’t like. 

One woman, three men, what’s not to like about this scenario? College graduate, Andi has three very alpha males as her roommates Reed, Cooper and Simon. She loves them dearly but they do tend to cramp her style, so much so that she has been protected throughout her 4 years at college.

Knowing that this is her last chance to experience some “college” life she decides to take herself on a blind date at a BDSM club. Needless to say if the men found out they would be furious.

What follows is an experience that is dangerous and almost costs Andi dearly. Thankfully her men swoop in and rescue her just in time.

What could have become an extremely traumatic event, scarring Andi for life, in fact opens all their eyes to the reality that they have all avoided. Andi has feelings for Reed, Cooper and Simon and they in turn have fought amounts themselves over the years trying to decide who gets a chance with Andi.

A chance comment by a woman at the club exposes the relationships that all three men have engaged in over the years. They are into sharing and Andi has no hesitation in wanting to try this with them. What follows is eye opening for them all.

My only regret is that this book wasn’t longer and I do hope that Ms. Rylon considers following up with another book. I would love to see how their relationship grows. As with all of Jane Rylon’s books, the story was interesting, well written and the sex amazingly hot.

Jayne Rylon is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. She received the 2011 Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award for Best Indie Erotic Romance. Her stories used to begin as daydreams in seemingly endless business meetings, but now she is a full time author, who employs the skills she learned from her straight-laced corporate existence in the business of writing. She lives in Ohio with two cats and her husband, the infamous Mr. Rylon. When she can escape her purple office, she loves to travel the world, avoid speeding tickets in her beloved Sky, and–of course–read.

Jayne is a member of the Romance Writers of America (RWA), the Central Ohio Fiction Writers (COFW) and Passionate Ink.

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