Review: Make Mine a Double by Nicole Austin

Make Mine a Double by Nicole Austin
Release Date: July 15, 2011
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 113
Source:  Publisher

No doubt about it, Kaylie Ward’s a loser magnet. So she swears off men. But give her some tequila to wash away those man troubles and she’s more than ready for a hot menage fantasy. Somehow, dream and reality collide when she wakes up with two naked hunks in bed with her-not that she’s complaining.

Best friends, business partners, lovers-Max Lockhart and Brayden Sinclair share everything, including women. Like a bad country song, they went looking for love in all the wrong places, only to find it waiting for them at home, in their bed no less.

Kaylie’s plan for the future revolve around having a “normal” life. Going after it means living with a broken heart, unless she can keep her double order of beefcake and have a real family too.

 

Review:  I can say that Make Mine a Double was different than I thought it would be.

Kaylie just seems to have really bad luck with the men. All she needs to do is find a guy who can really love her or maybe two. She had to work two jobs to pay the bills that her ex ran up and then left her with nothing.

Max fills that he is missing something in his relationship with Brayden. They’ve been together for twelve years and feels that a woman would be an added bonus to what they’re missing. They just can’t find the right one.

When Kaylie meets Brayden things really start to heat up and then adding Max to the mix just makes it explode. You just wonder if it will be a one time thing or will it work out and they all can be one big happy family.

Menage’s aren’t usually my thing. I’m glad that I read this one. You get to see how three people can make a relationship work. It takes a lot for just two people. Could you just imagine adding another one into the mix. You get to see everyone’s personality.

You have a woman that is used to taking care of herself and her bills. Max is used to taking care of everything and he wants to take care of Kaylie. Brayden is usually the peace maker. I think the author did a wonderful job with the storyline. I really enjoyed all the characters and and learning about them more throughout the story.

I will now read more menage’s because I’ve got the chance to understand them better. I can see the possibilities and love that can happen between everyone involved.