Simply Perfection (Perfect Love, #4)
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Simply Perfection (Perfect Love #4)

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Book four in the Perfect Love Series Three men whose life trails converge must find a way to forge a new path together if they are to celebrate the love destined to be theirs.Niall Roberge has patiently waited years to find the two men who are destined to hold his heart forever. He believes his prayers have been answered when he meets Dr. Matt Lincoln and Trevor Mitchell.M...more
ebook, 172 pages
Published January 31st 2011 by Total-E-Bound Publishing
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Nerine Petros
Simply Perfection was a really good read for me from a ménage relationship perspective. Instead of the more traditional form of ménage where an existing couple find their third, this story has the three men finding each other within a few days, meaning all members of the relationship start out on equal, and equally uncertain, footing. Trina manages this mine field well, keeping each character's perspectives and opinions genuine throughout, while also managing to make all three men connect both e...more
Jul 08, 2011 Tam rated it 3 of 5 stars
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So Niall has always known he'll be in a menage relationship, especially given he was raised by his TWO grandpas and grandma. He is aboriginal (part) and prayed to get a vision of his mates. It finally happens, and at a health fair he sees psychiatrist Matt, and knows he's one of the men. At first he's a bit freaked to tell Matt that he expects to live in a threesome and this is all soul-mates destiny, but lo and behold, Matt was afraid to tell him he wants a threesome. Happy happy, now they just...more
This is the fourth book in the Perfect Love series and although I've only read one of the previous books I didn't have a problem following the thread of the stories. In this installment we first meet Niall, an accomplished photographer of Native American descent who's been searching for the two men who will complete him. Raised by his grandmother and two grandfathers he's known since a young age that his destiny lies with two men. We're then introduced to Matt, a dedicated doctor also looking fo...more
Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
Simply Perfection by Trina Lane is the fourth book in the Perfect Love series. The ménage relationship with photographer Niall Roberge, psychiatrist Matt Lincoln, and crime lab tech Trevor Mitchell is unique and provides added interest for readers of this wonderful series.

Matt and Niall feel an immediate connection as soon as they meet and eagerly set up their first date. Both men admit they are ultimately looking for a ménage relationship, and when Matt meets Trevor a few days later and feels...more
This is the third book in the Perfect Love series that I've read. This story involves Matt (Logan's psychiatrist from Capturing Perfection) and Trevor (one of Logan's co-workers at the Police lab) and a new character, Niall, a famous photographer. This is a menage story, so for anybody who is opposed to menage, this book isn't for you. Niall is Native American and has a dream about his two perfect soul mates. Then he meets Matt, who is the epitome of one of the men from his dream. He has no idea...more
First of all, if you're going to write a novel which readers PAY for, you need to at least do your research. The line which did it for me in this story was about xbox video games, where one character, Trevor, asked about the new "Metal of Honour". I'm in no way a video game fan, but I could see the clear mispelling of Medal of Honor. This was just one typo among many. Where was the editor for this book?

This story had potential, but it fell a bit flat and inconsistent. *SPOILER* When the bad guy...more
This was a sweet story with some fairly serious proofreading errors, including when we finally find out who the bad guy is right at the end calling him two different first names every other time the name is said. I still am not completely sure what the name was, actually...
2.5 stars
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