This was definitely a hot, little number. One thing that threw me for a loop was that nobody gave a second thought to the fact that they would be in a menage relationship. Normally with just about every menage I've read -- unless it's futuristic or PNR or fantasy -- someone thinks about the fact that menage isn't generally accepted, especially in holier-than-thou America. But nobody thought anything! Even when the three went out in public -- and two of them were celebrities -- some eyebrows raised, but nothing other than that. The other thing that threw me for a loop was that within hours (minutes?) of approaching Lily about the cooking show, Evan and Dylan are both banging her with no condoms and no discussion of whether she's on the pill. But it was hot banging. All the way through. And the suspense was interesting. Evan's temper pissed me off a couple of times, but I thought it was great how Lily would always stand up to him. I got it on sale. Even not on sale, it would have been a good buy.
This story was just OK for me. First, it's billed as being m/m/f, but there's no boy bits touching. There's a kid (ish, he's 19) screwing a woman whose husband just came inside her, but that's not m/m/f. So I guess I was a bit let down by that. Also, and this is my fault, it's a short story. I guess I didn't realize exactly how short it was before I downloaded it. I just couldn't get into the characters, I guess. I felt like Roger was a wimp and his wife was just a bitch. And the neighbor boy was a twit. I get that Roger loved his wife, but WHY? It's not like he said anything positive about her except that she was beautiful. How shallow. Maybe there was more, but I just didn't get it from the story.