Andrea Smith brings you this spin-off story from her G-Man Series. Things are about to heat up in DC!
Taz has a younger sister and Paige Matthews has a lot to learn - about everything, including herself. At age 22, Paige finds herself driving across the country to start an internship with the FBI in Quantico, Virginia.
You would think that Paige would be grateful to her older brother, Trace Matthews, a senior FBI agent who pulled strings on her behalf to get her into the program, right?
Paige is not overly enthused at the realization that her parents have pushed her from the nest and onto her older brother's plate for the time being. Always a loner, she quickly wears out her welcome with Trace and his wife Lindsey, due to her...need for random hook-ups, and finds herself crashing with her oldest brother Easton and his wife Darcy.
Through Darcy, Paige is introduced to her sister-in-law's former roommate and bestie male friend, Eli Chambers, along with his sinfully handsome partner, Cain Maddox. They're looking for a roommate and Paige is looking to get out from underneath her family's watchful eye.
This is no typical "Three's Company" story, though. Paige embarks on a journey of self-discovery that teaches her not only about giving, but about accepting love as well. She soon realizes that sometimes what you're searching for has been right there with you all along.
This book is intended for mature audiences. Explicit M/M and M/F/M sex.
©100 Andrea Smith (P)2016 Andrea Smith
I read this story when it was first published & love that it's now on audible! These Men quickly draws you in, surrounding you with characters you love. If you've read/listened to Andrea's other books, you might recognize a few of them. But I digress...
These Men will pull at your heart, twist you in knots and have you searching for a fan because it's smoking hot! The narrators did a good job with the different voices & personalities. They kept me focused on the story, letting me get lost in this steamy, crazy world.
Yes. It was a fun story to listen to. The female character was not your typical swoon in love girl. She was real and very honest about herself and how she felt about life
I liked the men. Eli and Cain. Each different and loving in their own way toward Paige
Cain and Paige
When Paige tried to leave her men
I absolutely loved listening to These Men on audio. Im new to both Andrea Smith books and audio books so it was great to receive a copy for review.
Where do I start, well first of all I was surprised with how well I connected with both narrators. Im not sure if this is the norm, as I said audio newbie, but I was worried I wouldn't connect with narrators or characters. The only issue I had with the audio side of the book was that I felt the narrators were slow and the book took twice as long as it would have to read it but I'm sure I will get used to this in time.
Now onto the book itself WOW what can I say about Paige and her men Eli and Cain. Paige is a young, selfish and somewhat insecure 22 year old who has never been in a relationship and chooses to play the field with men. The choices Paige makes leads her to move in with Eli and Cain and this is where we see Paige mature as a woman and work out what she really wants from life. Needless to say Eli and Cain, more so Cain, support her to make some changes in her life and find love.
I enjoyed listening to how the relationship between Eli and Cain changed and how Paige fit into their relationship because she went through a range of emotions before deciding it was a relationship she could get on board with.
I loved Cain because of the way he interacted with firstly Eli and then Paige
No I haven't as I'm new to audio books
Definitely Paige and Cain's first kiss
I recommend this book to anyone who likes M/M, M/F/M, sexy romance books you wont be disappointed.
I truly liked this book. It tells a great story of three people looking for something more in their lives. I liked the story line and the characters.
By the end of the story you will fall in love with the more than Minage.
I hope that their is a second book to keep this story going. I found the ending to short and leaving you with wanting more.
The Audio is great, really gets you into it.
Yeah I would, I really enjoyed the storyline
Didnt have just ones but if I had to pick just one I'll go Cain, really enjoyed his dialogue.
Cain and Eli I liked, but they pretty much sounded the same, couldn't really differentiate them as far as speak and tone goes. As far as Ruby's performance goes, if you wanted Paige to sound and come across like a valley girl, well her performance nailed it. It did annoy me at the start, but like I said I enjoyed the storyline so by the end I enjoyed the audio.
Nothing extreme, but some touching moments and a few cringe worthy, lol.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy by the author, narrator or publisher.
I enjoyed the story about an insecure young woman during the course of her first year away from her parents and about to embark on a career with the FBI growing and expanding into an adult and finding her way to belonging and love with two wonderful men. The way the threesome comes together was quite realistic and well written. Very enjoyable story telling and narrating.
The voices being brought to life really add dimension and an extra level of involvement in the story. It really allows you to get lost and go on the adventure.
There were quite a few laughs along the way especially during the dating stage. The Narrators expressive voice really brings the sarcasm and humor of the situation to light.
I really enjoyed how this book was narrated. Often it takes a chapter or two for you to initially get over a female or male narrator doing both the male and female voices. Other books with two narrators that I have listened to have the male reading one chapter and then the female the next. While ultimately enjoyable, again, can take a bit of adjustment before being pulled into the story. NOT the case here. The female parts of the narration, which are the majority are read by the female, and the male voices are read seamlessly by the male narrator. Very well done!
Really great story. I loved listening to this audiobook. The characters are awesome and so entertaining. It was a really well written story. I would definitely recommend it. It is an awesome length for an audiobook, I could almost finish it in one sitting. I would definitely recommend this and am looking forward to more audiobooks from this author.
4 star Review These Men (G-Man #3.6) by Andrea Smith
This was a new author to me. I enjoyed Ms. Smith’s writing style and will certainly be looking at her other books.
I enjoyed this story although I have to say that I really didn’t connect well with the heroine Paige Matthews; I found her to be a selfish and not particularly likeable character, but then that is my opinion only. Eli and Cain I really loved, they seemed so down to earth and I was able to relate to them a lot more.
I must say that I felt that the ending was rather rushed and that the building of their relationship could have been expanded further.
I believe that this was the first time writing a ménage story for Andrea Smith and she did a creditable job. There was certainly chemistry between Paige and Cain, Cain and Eli and to a lesser extent Paige and Eli.
This was not a particularly long read and although a spinoff of a from the G-Men series I was easily able to read and follow without having read any of the other books in the series.
I love the males narrators deep voice! He really made the sex scenes hotter. The story is good & I can't wait to listen to the next one...there is going great to be a next one, right?
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