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Broke and lonely, adjunct professor Claudia takes an on-campus renovation job to make ends meet. So when three gorgeous hunks show up, mistakenly assigned to the unfinished frat house, letting them live in the old Victorian in exchange for free labor seems like a no-brainer. But having three beautiful college athletes as roommates might be more than she bargained for. Especially when sexual tensions reach a fever pitch, and one of them breaks their only rule: no one goes after her...unless they all do.  

As the house devolves into a powder keg of jealousy and restraint, the guys come up with an interesting idea: sharing her as a girlfriend. No secrets, no limitations, just three powerful ex-fraternity brothers acting as Claudia's three beautiful boyfriends. Together they fix the house as they fix each other; Brandon, the sexy football star about to lose his scholarship; Colin, the lithe swimmer struggling to get past a dark betrayal; and Hunter, the charming, sometimes brooding alpha who harbors his own personal secret.

Can Claudia satisfy the needs of three strapping college athletes who worship her as a goddess, mind, body, and soul?

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Krista Wolf (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Tiffany
  • 24-09-2020

Interesting new (to me) trope

I’m not sure how an author can take a story of a woman getting over her ex by embracing her sexuality with three men at the same time... and all three men who love and respect her sans drama, but who are all horn dogs equally... making seemingly emotionally mature decisions as a unit (so to speak).... I’m just... my mind is blown.

The baseline of the story in a 5 second summary could make this book seem like a crass and trite plot, but thankfully it’s not that at all.

Yes, the sex scenes are amazingly sensual and descriptive, but not to the point of being redundant or drawn out for no reason. And getting to know the dynamics between the characters was so well done where the evolution of the relationships into something more made you almost say “about dang time!”

All in all, I feel like this was a very well written book with a seemingly “taboo” relationship between four people, but it’s so maturely written in a way whereby you’re left feeling like that’s one of the most normal tellings of a relationship(s) I’ve ever heard, despite the non-conformity of it all.

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  • TALIA
  • 19-12-2019

A steamy read

This book was pretty good. As usual you have 3 smoking hot guys, and one sexy adventurous lady. The plot was good enough to keep you engaged and the villain really did deserve a punch in the mouth. All in all I was happy with my purchase.

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  • Beckie Brice
  • 18-08-2020

good idea, mediocre execution

the sex scenes were not that sexy and the bad guy was far too cheesy. how'd she ever marry the ex? to simple of a bad guy. meh.

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