Review: 4-Ever Theirs (Four to Score) by Jayne Rylon

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Review: 4-Ever Theirs (Four to Score) by Jayne Rylon

One woman. Three dudes. No regrets.

College was supposed to be Andi Miller’s training ground for the real world. Instead, it’s her final Saturday night in her college-grade apartment, and she’s still sheltered as hell. Why? Because of her three adorable roommates—Reed, Cooper and Simon.

Determined to have one date where the overprotective trio doesn’t scare the guy off, Andi sneaks out for the night. And almost lives to regret it.

When Reed, Cooper and Simon rescue Andi from a bad situation in the basement of a sex club, they decide it’s time for the kid gloves to come off. Since their early college days, they’ve been not-so-secretly fighting amongst themselves to spark her next smile, her next laugh.

They’ve already done a lot of surviving together, and now it’s time to thrive. At the risk of ruining a beautiful friendship, the men set out to turn their hands-off live-in arrangement into a weeklong learning experience where they become Andi’s sex education teachers.

Except none of them realize their newfound intimacy will make it impossible to say goodbye on graduation day.

Warning: When a woman and three very different men all come together, there’s a chain reaction of epic proportions. Please keep a cold shower on standby. Contains a very brief scene of attempted assault.

Title: 4-Ever Theirs
Author: Jayne Rylon
Series: Four to Score
Published by Samhain Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: November 10th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Menage, Romance
Pages: 97 pages
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Stars: four-half-stars
Flames: five-flames

Andi Miller is in her final week of college before graduating and moving to start her dream job. She’s always wanted any one of her roommates, but never acted upon her attraction to them. She realizes she’s been living a rather sheltered life and her college days are supposed to be for experimentation right? Since she can’t act on any of her attractions-no matter how tempting, she breaks out to have a night of mind altering sex. She sneaks out to a sex club with a date, to see what the hype is all about. She almost ends up regretting it when the guy takes advantage of her.

Reed, Cooper, and Simon rescue Andi from the bad situation she found herself in, and they decide enough is enough. They have all loved her in their own way. They scared off any guys she may have been interested in and secretly waged war on each other for her affections. When they find out what she was attempting to do, they decide it’s high time they teach her what they know. They can finally indulge in what they thought they could never have by each having a night with her alone, and then a night of togetherness. But they were all unprepared for the connection they got. Can they really say goodbye after that?? Do they want to?? But how can it work in today’s society??

This book is a whirlwind of emotions! It’s a quick read but it really packs a punch. I loved Andi and how she had a special bond with each of her roommates. There was no way she could choose just one. Each of her roommates were very respectful of her and never crossed the line. Until that one night. I loved how Andi explored her connection with each of them separately before diving straight into a menage situation. It firmed up how each one brought something different to the table. And when they are all together? Hot, crazy, no holds barred sex! Whew!

This is a storyline that we’ve seen before-forbidden lust with roommates, but Jayne Rylon does a phenomenal job of not rushing the storyline or the emotions that go along with it! Being a novella you would think that things zip right on by, but Rylon lets the story develop and unfold as they feelings do, so you never feel rushed or wrapped up with a bow too quick! I loved the ending and how it occurred-everybody independent of the others-knowing what they had to do for themselves!

4-Ever Theirs is a red-hot read that I whole-heartedly recommend. I would definitely love to catch up with them in a future book!

 

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