Warning: This story contains adult subject matter and language that is probably not suitable for anyone. (MFM paranormal erotic romance)
Two’s a couple, three’s a ménage, not to mention the law. Welcome to an alternate world where the government gives tax breaks to women who choose to take on two or more men—and werewolves live amongst us.
Despite the laws encouraging polygamy, Chloe isn’t interested in a relationship with one man, let alone two. But all that changes when a werewolf client decides he wants her for more than just legal aid. He’s not alone though. Her nemesis in the courtroom, district attorney Anthony Vanderson, is also intent on seduction.
Caught between two men—naked and panting—she succumbs to passion, gets embroiled in a mystery and learns werewolves aren’t the only creatures living amongst humans.
What I liked: The first thing that struck me was the humor. I love to laugh while reading. Don't get me wrong, the humor isn't what the book is about but it added and enhanced the story. While I don't normally read about threesomes, Two's a Couple, Three's the Law, isn't in actually a threesome. It's the whole premise in a way. Erotic romance isn't my first choice for reading material but there actually is a well developed storyline and mystery involved. I enjoyed the interactions between all the main characters. Certainly Chloe is the center and she is a well defined lead but Anthony and Peter more than hold their own against Chloe's objections.
What I didn't like: There were several questions I had that weren't answered but since Two's a Couple, Three's the Law seems to be the first in a series, I'll wait to see how those questions play into later books.
Overall, another author I was missing out on. Oh to be able to read all day, every day.
The prices for the book are pretty reasonable. The Kindle version is $3.99 and for a self pub, the paperback is one of the least expensive I've seen at $9.76