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Two Men and a Lady

3.35  ·  Rating Details ·  68 Ratings  ·  10 Reviews
And Best Friend Makes Three By Lynn LaFleur
A teasing remark from his best friend reminds Eric McFarland of his college days, when sex was wild and plentiful. Now happily engaged to Brenna West, Eric has no desire to be with any other woman.
When that best friend, Keith Dillard, pays a visit, Eric decides to turn Keith's teasing remark into reality.
Brenna loves Eric with all
Paperback, 304 pages
Published September 30th 2009 by Ellora's Cave (first published October 1st 2005)
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May 22, 2011 Divina rated it it was ok
3 stars
Lady's Choice
Out of the 3 short stories this was surprisingly better than the other two. Lija the heroine was engaged to be married to a Prince of a neighboring planet had wanted to have one last night of fun before she marries. Gehon and Jackon are two Zelion warriors, best friends and business partners. As Zelions, they mate with their one "true" and can only be fertile with her; they'll know her when they see her, taste her, and touch her. Unfortunately for them, they both re
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This is an erotic romance anthology I picked up from paperbackswap cleverly titled "Two Men and A Lady". You'll never guess what it's about . . .

The first story "Lady's Choice" by Cricket Starr is a space opera of sorts. Gehon & Jackson are very good friends and both Zelion's which apparently means they can only procreate with one particular woman, their "true". And once they've found this woman and mated with her they can never become aroused by another woman again. So if their "true" shuns
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Dec 12, 2014 Sandra Dagg rated it liked it
This one I've read in fits & starts, simply due to lack of time. Perhaps that has affected my opinion, not sure. Have only read a couple of anthologies, usually in between series books, when I'm looking for something light and short. Overall I guess I'd give this three and a half stars if I could. It's ménage erotica, so maybe I'm a bit critical because my first foray into ménage books was the Nights In Bliss series by Sophie Oak, and they were single books which gave the author space to ...more
Not a bad collection. Obviously the theme was 2 men, 1 woman. Otherwise there was no other connecting theme. 1 was contemporary regular. 1 was sci fi. And 1 was urban fantasy.

It kind of bugs me when it's like that...

Lady's Choice By Cricket Starr
I really enjoyed. There wasn't really anything I didn't like about it. I think the bad guy was a little moustache twirling, but eh, it wasn't horrible. I think I liked this one the most out of the three stories.

And Best Friend Makes Three By Lynn LaFleu
Dec 08, 2008 Bitten_by_Books rated it really liked it
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Starting off with Lady’s Choice by Cricket Starr, we read the story of Zelion warriors Gehon Avermoe, Jackon Overton and Manalija (Lija) L’Lautgiga of Axona. Jackon and Gehon have known each other for years and are as close as brothers...

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Also publishes as Janet Miller.

During the weekday Janet Miller, sometimes better known as Cricket Starr, is a mild-mannered software engineer who writes code and design documents. But at night and on weekends she turns to the creation of offbeat stories about imaginary pasts, presents, and futures, where ladies become warriors, or go to the stars to find love, and a man really can save a struggli
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