She’s All That by Cathryn Cade

She’s All That by Cathryn Cade
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (271 pages)
Other: BDSM, M/F, M/M, F/M/M, Ménage, Anal Play, Toys, Spanking
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Lisianthus

Determined to overcome the lingering self doubts her cheating ex left behind, Sara James scrapes up the courage to join Club 3 where her instant, powerful attraction to Trace Bowen, the head Dom, sends her running in the wrong direction.

From the moment he rescues Sara from the clutches of a coked-up Dom, Trace is enthralled. She s beautiful, brave, and poised on the edge of blossoming into the sub of his dreams. In the initial rush of enchantment, though, he omits a minor detail that causes a major problem.

Back in college, Trace was Kai Kalo-Haimani s first love until Kai s straight-laced family demanded he walk the line. Now Kai is back, heart in his hands, to ask for another chance. Even if it means accepting Sara as part of the package.

Despite her attraction to both men, Sara s old demons come roaring back, threatening to push her back inside her shell of insecurity. Unless Trace and Kai can convince her that not only is she enough for one man, she s more than enough for two.

Sara James finds Trace Bowen extremely attractive, but he’s definitely out of the safe range that she likes to live in. Kai, the sweet man who lives next door, is a much safer option, especially since he’s in Portland to find his lost lover.

Trace manages to sneak under Sara’s shields after he saves her from a dangerous situation in his BDSM club, and being so steady with her throughout it all. Trace works his way into her heart and life, and she’s a bit thrown because she’s also attracted to Kai. This is really evident when Kai’s lost lover is Trace himself.

Because of her past, Sara is not sure she’s good enough for one man, let alone two. This story has a satisfying ménage when the three finally get together. My one complaint with this story is that we spend so much time with Trace and Sara as a couple with Sara having a side attraction to Kai. We get to see from both Kai and Trace’s point of view their college love affair, but Kai being introduced as a third seemed a bit rushed. It does work, because Trace and Kai are already in love, and Sara and Kai are half in love, but I would have loved more time with them as a trio.

I can only hope the author revisits these characters. This is the third book in the Club series, and I had no problem following along and where the characters fit in. I really love when an author does such a great job setting up a series book as a stand-alone. I very much recommend this for fans of ménage where the men are just as in love with each other as the lady involved.

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