Persuading Jo (McCabes, #1)
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Persuading Jo (McCabes #1)

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Three best friends forever? Not if the two men of this trio can help it. Jo has spent many a long night fantasizing over what her best friends Matt and Brian get up to together in their bedroom and kitchen and garden--well you get the idea. Life kept throwing her losers when she wanted a strong and caring man--someone a lot like either Matt or Brian. But they're committed...more
ebook, 91 pages
Published July 10th 2006 by Loose Id, LLC (first published July 2006)
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This is one of those friends become lovers stories that I love; plus, it���s an mmf m��nage so that makes it doubly enjoyable. Jo is a plus-sized woman who has been dealt some hard blows by life. Brian and Matt have known her since she was seventeen and have been waiting for the right time to bring her into their relationship. I did like this story, although I probably would change the title. Jo really didn���t need all that much persuading! LOL!
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This was one of the first erotic romances I ever bought and I absolutely loved it to bits when I first read it. I still kinda love it with warm fuzzies after several years, though I've come to realize that the story line is not unique. ;)
I though this was pretty good, not great. The character development for all three, but especially for Jo, was a bit lacking to me. I would have liked to find out about Jo's past (other than her crazy, jailbird of a relative).
Jul 03, 2010 Estara rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: people who enjoy erotica and family, yup
This was too short. A hot, contemporary menage romance that works. No outside danger, just the characters and how they see each other. Lovely.

Just as great on the second read.
Enjoyable but short. If you want to read a M/M/F story with more character and story development, try Tea For Three, also by Anne Douglas.
Cassandra Carr
Good premise, entertaining read
It was good but it could've been more.
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Anne started writing smutty stories in 2006 on the advice of her girlfriends who declared, “You’ve read so much of that stuff you should be able to write it in your sleep!” Turns out it wasn’t such a bad idea.

Not one to be shy, she jumped into the publishing pool with both feet and is now multi-published, as well as award nominated.

She’s a transplant, like most of the rest of Florida, although she...more
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