Three, Two, One (321)

Three, Two, One (321)Three, Two, One (321) by J.A. Huss
on January 27, 2015
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Two friends, one girl…what do you do when you both love her? Three people with secrets of their own, torn between the truth that will set them free and the lies that, if revealed will tear them apart. JD and Ark are best friends that have built an empire on “public displays of sex”. On one of their outings, they come across a girl who is battered, barefoot, and shivering from the pouring rain. They feel the need to save her from whatever and whoever she’s running from. She doesn’t share any information, including her name…so they name her Blue. She has the deepest blue eyes that hold many secrets. She agrees to do their bidding to make enough money to go home. Feelings are never involved in their quests, however, Blue is different, she is unique. She has no idea that she is rescuing them from their tortured pasts. She is so giving, so submissive, and takes as well as gives them pleasure. There is a price to pay when things are too good to be true. When love is so good and in sync, there is room for sorrow and danger. What they find is a connection between their pasts that will implode and destroy the trust they’ve built.

The Good
I’ve never read a story that showed three people in a ménage relationship and all three have secrets from their past. It was gripping, moving, torturing, and erotic on many different levels. I felt every emotion…. hurt, aroused, sad, angry….it had everything. Very well written and it flowed well. It was easy to follow and I couldn’t get enough and at times it felt like too much. The sex scenes were raw and full of pure abandonment. For people who may have mixed feelings about ménage, this may be exactly what you need to read to get a clear sense of all of the emotions involved.

The Bad
If I had to say one thing it would be how Blue found it hard to tell them the truth about what really happened to her. I think that if she trusted them so much with her body, then why did she find it hard to trust them with her secrets. I felt like it was somewhat drawn out too long.

The Ugly
I wouldn’t say that anything was ugly. The story had everything that a true avid reader would ask for …. sex, violence, love, etc. I would, however, love to see a sequel. I truly enjoyed this read.

Worth the Read?
This book is not for the faint at heart. You have to have an open mind. You have to have a sense of acceptance because the reality is, these things happen. The author did a great job in bringing to the surface, the good, the bad, and the ugly parts of having a ménage relationship and how sensitive they are. To have secrets within existing secrets is brilliant writing. 5 Solid Stars.

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