Review: Until the Sunset by Avril Ashton

Until the Sunset by Avril Ashton
Series:  Fantasies: Thr33 (# 3)
Release Date:  May 14, 2014
Publisher:  Evernight Publishing
Pages:  116
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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The need to lose himself in an anonymous hookup sends Hayden Yune into the arms of Garnett McKaye. Hayden finds comfort and passion, but not the ability to stop wanting his personal driver. Despite attempting to build on the bliss he finds with Garnett, Hayden can’t fight what he feels for Drew.

Drew Sparkes has to watch Hayden with someone else, but that doesn’t mean he’s given up trying to get Hayden underneath him. Soon Drew’s in competition with Garnett for Hayden’s affection. A battle that’s called off when Hayden proclaims he wants them both.

Of course Garnett isn’t interested in anyone but Hayden. Which doesn’t explain why he gets a hard-on pushing Drew’s buttons. Or how Drew’s tongue keeps ending up shoved down Garnett’s throat. While working out how the three of them fit together, they still have to deal with pasts intent on holding them back…at least until the sunset.

 

Review:  Until the Sunset is the third book in the Fantasies: Thr33 series by Avril Ashton.   This book is part of a series and it can be read and enjoyed as a standalone novel.  I chose this book because I enjoy reading Avril Ashton’s novels.

Hayden Yune spends much of his time running from himself and the memories of his past. He does not know how to change his life and seems at a loss. Hayden filled his life by going to his psychological appointments and not much else.  Hayden disrupts his routine when he wants an anonymous hookup.

Garnett McKaye is the anonymous hookup that Hayden finds.  Garnett’s problem is even after one time together he has fallen for Hayden.  Garnett is easy to like but in the end still very mysterious.  We don’t get to know much about him beyond his career.

Drew Sparkes owns a limo service that was passed down to him from his Grandfather much to his father’s dismay.  He also works as a driver when needed usually driving Hayden around.  Spending time with Hayden has led Drew to fall in love with him. However, Drew does not make a move until Hayden gives him an opening.  Drew works hard to change his life and anger management.

The connection between all three men, Hayden, Garnett, and Drew is intense.  They make a great trio.  I liked seeing how the trio stumbled through making a relationship all the while arguing with each other.  However, I loved the dedication they had when they committed to each other.  The sex scenes were passionate.

This book is very well written with a believable plot.  I found the ending of the story was a bit predictable, it was the journey to the end that was enjoyable.  The main and secondary characters were alluring and intriguing.  Overall, this was a great book.  I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.  This series seems to get better with each story.

 

Melissa sig