Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance
Heat Rating: 3
Normally a city-bound workaholic, Adele Roy has decided to shake things up a little, hoping for a change in her life and maybe a little romance as well. Teamed up with hunky fellow workaholics, Blaine Knecht and Tyler Duncan, two urban extremes, Adele’s adventurous mistake suddenly seems redeemable. That is, until they stray from the group and lose their map, their way, and eventually, their canoe.
Finding themselves stranded together on a tiny uninhabited island, they work together to stay warm, fed and entertained. One thing leads quickly to another until they find themselves in a very small makeshift shelter and a hotter situation, as they shed their inhibitions and share and explore their fantasies.
Could being stranded on an island in the wilderness be the very adventure they were looking for?
Over the past few months, I have made it a priority to expand my horizons and read more unconventional romance novels. “Island of Three” offered a good jumping point with the tale of workaholic Adele Roy and her two new acquaintances, Tyler and Blaine, who find themselves stranded on a deserted island. With both Tyler and Blaine competing for Adele’s affections, each appealing to different sides of her personality, how is she supposed to choose between them?
“Island of Three” is hardly the first ménage I’ve read, but it is the first I’ve encountered wherein the title characters approach their relationship in a seemingly more realistic manner. The tension is incredibly well drawn out, and the sex scenes are hotter than a sweat-stain on the sun. Overall, this was a fun, fast, sexy, read. It’s a good pick for ménage fans and those looking to try out ménage for the first time.
3 Tea Cups!