The More The Merrier by Sean Michael

The More The Merrier by Sean Michael
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (195 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Too much of a good thing?

When Logan gets the call about newborn triplets in need of a home, he steps up, realizing too late the daunting task he’s taken on. He’d be lost without the men of the Teddy Bear Club—especially Dirk.

Dirk even offers to spend spring break at Logan’s home, helping him and the babies settle in. He loves being a dad, and he wants to help Logan find the same joy. It doesn’t hurt that they enjoy spending time together.

Before they even realize it, they’re settling into a routine… becoming a family.
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Falling in love.

But their new bond is about to face the ultimate test. Will they come through and realize that with love, there’s no such thing as enough?

After Logan begins to foster triples he relies more heavily than ever on the supportive men of the Teddy Bear club – particularly Dirk. And while the triplets and Logan’s own young daughter are utterly amazing, his usually sane life has been utterly turned inside-out and it’s only with the growing love between Logan and Dirk that he can try to get through these new changes as best he can.

I found this to be a warm and light-hearted full length story. I adored the normal-ness of all the men in the Teddy bear club and how supportive and good hearted they all were. And while I thoroughly enjoy an alpha-male story as much as the next person, the fact these men were all caring and loving in no way made them feel less masculine to me. I really feel the author did an amazing job getting this balance right as far too often books tend to schism their characters to either side of the extreme – far too alpha or far too submissive/beta. Indeed, I feel this would be an exceptional story to suggest to readers new to the M/M genre. I found Dirk, Logan and the other characters completely relatable and empathetic. I could easily imagine sitting in a café overhearing some of their conversations or bumping into them at the local grocery store. This story is extremely realistic and I loved that.

Admittedly, fostering newborn triplet babies might be a little bit of a stretch in the whole realistic aspect of the story – but again so much of the trials, tribulations and craziness surrounding having to set up, and then care 24/7 for multiple newborn babies really hit the mark for me. The endless lists of things that need to be purchased and organized, the insane sleeping/feeding/eating/cleaning schedule, just the sheer overwhelming feeling of being responsible for a tiny little human being – I feel all these aspects of the story were thoroughly covered with good taste and a dash of humour that many readers should find as appealing as I did.

I loved how the romance blossoming between Logan and Dirk was slow-paced and easy going. In such a heavily family and child orientated story I think it might have come across a bit oddly to me had Logan and Dirk jumped right in immediately with a hot-and-heavy erotic romance, so the slower paced burn really fit well and suited the story to my mind.

I also was pleased that there was very little in the story related to narrow-minded people and the bigotry that so often goes hand in hand with homosexuals fostering children. While the author didn’t ignore that aspect of the real world, neither was it dwelled upon too much. I can understand this might not appeal to all readers, but personally I was pleased for it. There is so much ugliness currently in our world while I don’t expect it to not effect our fiction, sometimes I really do just want to escape to a happier, healthier landscape and this story was a delight in this manner.

Fun and colourful, full of realistic and appealing characters, I really enjoyed this story and can strongly recommend it.


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