Two Men and A Virgin by Kate Richards

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Two Men and A Virgin by Kate Richards
Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday
Length: Short Story (40 pages)
Other: M/F, M/F/M, Ménage
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Aster

Andie’s first trip to the 49th state is not just for sightseeing. She’s emptied her bank account to bring the two men of her dreams to Castillo Lodge, in Castle, Alaska for a Christmas Eve date of a lifetime. Only…they don’t know their date is also their best friend from back home.

Paul and Rex were delighted to “win” a date from Madame Eve, although they were surprised to find there had been a contest. Still, they plan to make the most of their time away, skiing, dogsledding…romancing a mysterious woman who is looking for two sexy guys for a night of over-the-top passion. A stranger with whom they can be themselves, and not have to hide their secret.

What do you do if you fall in love with your two best friends and can’t choose between them? Set up a ménage, of course!

Andie has become desperate. She’s been in love with Rex and Paul for years but hasn’t had the courage to tell them. Now she’s ready to finally lose her virginity and can think of no better way than with the men she adores. Terrified of how they’d react, she contacts Madame Eve and asks her to set up her dream date. It’s just what she needs, and worth the cost-every last penny to her name!

Rex and Paul have a secret of their own. They’ve been involved in a sexual relationship behind Andie’s back. Despite being very close friends, they’ve been afraid to confess for fear of her reaction. After winning a 1Night Stand date with an unknown woman, they fly off to Alaska, but can’t escape the guilt they feel. They’d prefer the woman to be Andie, but can’t take the chance of ruining the friendship.

This was a nice tale of friendship turned love. The motivations of each are well-defined and the love they felt was unquestionable. The details, however, are lacking, which left me wanting a little more. This was Andie’s first time, yet neither man knew that until later. The men had a loving relationship, but we didn’t get to see much of that. The choreography, at times, became confusing. I’d be picturing the woman laying down, but then something was said about someone behind her-and then I’d think perhaps I was wrong and she was sitting up. It took me out of the scene, unfortunately, causing me to go back and re-read.

That said, it was enjoyable to watch these three connect. To know all of them wanted the same thing the others did made for an easy happily ever after. I’ll look into other works of Ms. Richards in the future. With a 1Night Stand, you can rarely go wrong!

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