Just Right! by Dawn Marie Richards

Just Right! by Dawn Marie Richards
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short story (85 pages)
Other: Multiple Partners, M/F/M/M, Anal Play, Triple Penetration, Menage
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

With no memory of what or—arguably more important—whom she did the previous evening, Christa lays the blame on disenchantment and too much tequila. But her bemusement turns to shock when she emerges to face her mystery host and discovers not one man, but three, waiting on her for breakfast. What kind of degenerate invites friends over to meet the one-night stand?

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An outrageous proposition … a compelling attraction—will it be more than one woman can handle? Or, for Christa, will three Baers be JUST RIGHT?

Christa hadn’t fully recovered from a horrendous break-up a few months earlier, and seeing her ex with his new lover had ended up in a tequila fuelled evening out. When Christa wakes up to find herself in a cabin with three brothers she’s not quite sure what to make of it all. Tate, Asher and Felix might be handsome and enormous men, but they each have their secrets and getting snowed in means none of them can easily run away from the situation they find themselves confronting.

This is a fun and fast-moving story that I felt had plenty of sex and chemistry in it. I could never work out if I enjoyed or cringed at the brother’s nickname – Goldie – for Christa. On the one hand it felt pretty clichéd (and the three bears…) but on the other it really helped lighten what could have been a rocky introduction and I feel it’s certainly possibly the author wrote this with a bit of tongue-in-cheek whimsy – which I enjoyed. The story as a whole felt equal parts clichéd and amusing, the tequila fueled party-night after seeing her ex, the dreams and the beginning of the relationship itself all were well-written but nothing new. What really drew my attention though was Christa’s style and tone of voice. I really related to her and empathized with her situation a lot more than I expected. I wanted to see how she dealt with three enormous men. I found myself invested very early on and this helped sway me into enjoying the book rather than finding it too over the top or clichéd.

Readers looking for a complicated plotline or a paranormal tale won’t find that here. Considering the cover art, the “three brother Baers” and a few other tid-bits I expected this story to be a Paranormal about three bear-shifters, which wasn’t the case. I wasn’t disappointed – but I was a little puzzled and surprised. That said, I found this to definitely be a fun, sexy and slightly cheeky story with oodles of steamy hot three-on-one sex. The main aspect of the plot is Christa developing her relationship with the three Baers – Asher, Felix and Tate – and them all working out how they fit best together. I believe that readers who enjoy strongly erotic, emotional stories should find this hits all the right spots for them.

With a delicious – but again slightly clichéd – ending, three hot, handsome brothers and more erotic interludes than you can poke a stick at, I found this to be a light, entertaining and fun story that left me smiling and feeling good.

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