Sometimes, leaving the country is just what a couple needs....
Meghan Donovan and her boyfriend, Bryce, are in an incredibly loving relationship, exploring the bounds of physical and emotional bonding that can only come with familiarity and true dedication.
Familiarity can be a double-edged sword, though, and Meghan sees their upcoming ski vacation as the perfect chance to dial their passion way up with some carefully chosen lingerie and a new lust for her man. Bryce is redoubling his attraction to Meghan as well, especially now that he isn't constantly distracted by his work. Sure enough, major sparks start to fly as soon as the happy couple arrive at their gorgeous destination, surrounded by boundless snowy peaks and a warm, cozy cabin.
But when an entirely unexpected and electrically hot dalliance between the two lovers and their mutual male friend takes place shortly after their arrival, neither Meghan nor Bryce are prepared for just how much their relationship is about to change. Now Bryce has more questions than answers about his own preferences, the only constant being his love for Meghan.
Join these two committed lovers on a journey through a beautiful romance, heart-pounding sex, and so much more as they add one more to their pairing, making it the perfect vacation for three!
Although this is the first title in a series, each title is a stand-alone MMF bisexual romance with an HEA ending and no cliffhangers!
©2015 Nicholas Maxwell (P)2016 Nicholas Maxwell
I found this book to be very average, hence the three stars. The steamy bits are alright, but the interpersonal relationships between the characters aren't stimulating. Meghan seems really selfish so it was hard to relate to her very much. I felt the men were largely interchangeable.
I was disappointed with the narration. While I'm normally a big fan of Sierra Kline's, I feel this was not her best work. I know there's a push in audio books sometimes to do this really flat, straightforward style of reading, but one of the reasons I like her so much is that she doesn't usually do that. I missed her normal vocal quality and felt the tone restricted her ability to perform to her usual high caliber. I hope this isn't a trend for her future works. Sierra, go back to what you do best, please!
I hate to criticize anything someone spent so much time on, but this was not up standard from this author. The only reason I made it through the book was because I bought it. I even hated the narrator. I LOVE all her other work though which is why I hold her up to such a high standard. I felt like this was either her first book (which it could be) or she was on heavy pain medication. Again, I love all her other books so if you haven't read her before just pick something else and you will be happy.
This story was very good overall. There were times that I was very frustrated with Meghan, though. Some of her actions were a tad bit hypocritical, but then I realized most of it was internal struggle and she wasn't necessarily acting on it.
I loved the steamy sex scenes!! The only thing that took me out of the moment was that nobody wore condoms. From a fantasy standpoint, it was fine, but if the author was trying for realism, she missed the mark a little bit.
Bryce was my favorite character and is now in the top 5 of my all-time favorite book boyfriends.
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