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The Strongest Shape by Tessa Cárdenas
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Jul 11, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: committed-couple, family-issues, fling-to-relationship, friends-to-lovers, menage-mmm
Read in July, 2011

The writing style is weird, when you start reading the book it feels like a draft that the author may polish later, but as you immerse in the plot you almost forgot the issue, there are some parts where you don't know who of the three characters is doing/saying what and that took me out of the story at times, having to re-read paragraphs to understand everything, that took a star of the review, with a better writing style it may have been easily 4 stars.

the three main characters are engaging, everyone has his personality well defined, there is no OOC moments, and what I loved the most out of the story is that it deals with a lot of the issues other menages just don't, we begin the book reading about Caleb mopping for his ex, and that quickly turns into him trying to adjust to a life without him with the help of his new friends, until the friendship with Scott & Chris turns into more, from there we watch as the three men adjust to being together and deal with friends, family & work at the same time, there's just one thing the three always agree on: They have never been better since they are together.

Being a quiet vanilla boy, Menage Relationships is something i don't really understand, and that's why the subject is somewhat fascinating to me, most authors pull it off for the sake of sex and porn, but here we have some very scorching hot scenes along with the other aspects of the relationship.

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