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Three For All

(Comes in Threes #3)

4.20  ·  Rating details ·  143 ratings  ·  20 reviews
Geoff Robinson has no reason to feel insecure in his marriage to Patrick Walsh, even with Patrick’s polyamorous past and Geoff’s own inexperience. When Geoff starts fantasizing about bringing a woman into their bed, he has to admit that he’s trying to appease his own curiosity, and not Patrick’s. Threesomes are exciting, and surely one night of fun won’t cause any problems ...more
Published November 12th 2019 by Cecaelia Press
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For a book about a couple who is looking to introduce a third into their relationship, this felt rather unsexy.

Geoff and Patrick are bi men who are married to each other and have been for years. They are happily in love and grooving along. Geoff is a tenured professor, Patrick is a musician and plays rock-violin for a local band.

Lori is a newly minted professor, fresh on a successful dissertation defense. She works at the same college as Geoff and finds herself attracted to him even as she is a
Nov 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Reviewed for Wit and Sin

You’re not going to need to turn the heater on this winter because Three For All is hot as hell. Elia Winters’s third Comes in Threes story is a deliciously dirty polyam romance with a core of emotional honesty that makes it stand out.

Geoff and Patrick have been married almost seven years and their love and marriage is as solid as can be. They don’t talk much about Patrick’s polyamorous past anymore and Geoff has no doubt that Patrick is completely faithful. That
finally, some good fucking food
This was nice! I don't think I've actually read a book about a triad relationship before. I felt a bit put off by the way they talked about polyamory, only because it felt a little formal. I think I can forgive that though because a) the main character wrote a PhD in polyamory, so she's kinda expected to be formal about it and b) there might be people reading it who need that little bit of explaining on how polyamory works.
I do really wish we had more insight into the side characters- I assume t
Leigh Kramer
If Elia Winters is capable of writing something that isn't scorchingly hot, I don't want to know about it. I loved these three characters and the way they explored polyamory. I especially loved how it ended! ...more
Isabeau Delaunay
So amazing!! What a fantastically realistic and sexy take on a loving married couple, Geoff and Patrick, and recent PhD grad Lori all falling for each other. My expectations were high, but this book surpassed them - it isn’t all that often an erotica can be hot as hell and still hit you so hard in the feels you happy-cry on behalf of the characters.

Folks may remember Lori from the first book in this series, Three-Way Split. She was the woman studying polyamory and offering discussion groups on t
Apr 07, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I'm not really getting Black woman with natural hair from the cover, but that is the only disappointing part of this book. Maybe not quite as good communication as you would expect from the three main characters, given one is supposed to be very experienced in polyamorous relationships and one has a doctorate in them, but the relationship and hesitations feels quite real. ...more
Jan 23, 2020 rated it liked it
M/M/F where married M/M couple opens up relationship to form closed triad with F. Lovely, though I feel like I missed a lot of the character-building of Lori from prior books?
Jan 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Three For All is the third book in the Comes in Threes series. It can be read as a stand-alone but also has characters from previous books in this book.

Lori just finished her PhD with her dissertation on polyamorous relationships. She is teaching at the university where Geoff works as a professor.

Geoff and Patrick are married. Patrick was Geoff's first real love. Patrick was previously involved in polyamorous relationships but was happy to give that up for Geoff. He is a musician. They have been
Had a great time reading this book. The writing is very good, the characters well rounded and their chemistry sizzling. Loved, loved, loved that was a multicultural menage, with 2 black leads. Loved how smart and in charge was. Also the guys being upfront and honest and communicating so well, being strong an vulnerable. That was soooo hot. Even when I started slightly resenting Geoff on behalf of Patrick, I still could understand that I was wrong cause Patrick had made his choice. But I loved Ge ...more
Jun 23, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: june-2020
This book dripped with potential clichés. Luckily, Winters did her best to handle all of them with a uniqueness that made for an entertaining read filled with characters I’d be pleased to call friends.

The first cliché is the most obvious: a married couple wants to spice things up by adding a third partner. Here, Winters uses characters introduced previously in the series by making the potential third a literal expert in polyamory (note that reading the previous books is not necessary to enjoy th
Jan 22, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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I enjoyed this story. Some parts more than others. I liked the relationship between Lori and the guys and their journey. I just wanted more threesome action. Seemed there was more one on one time with Patrick and Geoff without Lori. At times Lori was dominant toward Patrick, but it didn’t really seem to fit her personality. Since this is a menage story, I wanted more with all three. There was a legitimate plot and realistic issue. I will probably go back and read Hannah’s story.
Mar 05, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 3-somes, m-m
Good book. These books have great story lines and hot sex. Geoff and Patrick have been married for a few years, but Geoff is worried about Patrick not being fulfilled since he used to be polyamorous. He’s attracted to Lori who works at the university with him and he basically propositions her to have a 3 some.
I liked seeing the situation from all 3 sides and that the married couple stayed true to one another and discussed everything. There isn’t any cheating, but a slow development of friendshi
Patrick and Geoff are two bisexual men who’ve been happily married to each other for six years. Patrick is a musician and Geoff is a history professor. They have a hot threesome with Lori, who’s just finished her PhD in polyamory and isn’t interested in a relationship right now.
Because this is Elia Winters, what follows is a scorching hot romance full of consent, kink, healthy communication, pegging, and intellectual discussions of polyamory. And there’s a really great grand gesture at the end.
Jan 03, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

I really enjoyed this book! It felt like such a raw and authentic story. I found the way the dynamic developed between Griff, Lori, and Patrick to be really fascinating and wonderful. However every time I saw Patrick’s name I kept picturing Patrick Brewer from Schitts Creek lol😂
dave mccready
Feb 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A surging delightful story for all sexes

Elia Winters; such an interesting story teller. She combines literate intersexual suspense that melts into wonderful orgasmic Heights. At times you may feel that you are there.
Angela Howell
Jan 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved this story.

The intimate scenes were so hot. The story line was okay. I had to keep reading it to see how it ended.
Jan 11, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition

I really enjoyed the down to earth banter the three main characters exhibited. Just felt the sex scenes could have gone one step further (personal preference).
Feb 19, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: lgbtq, romance
Sweet and cozy, with minimal dramatic tension. Everyone is *very, very* nice to each other.
Jan 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2020
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Elia Winters is a fat, tattooed, polyamorous bisexual who loves petting cats and fighting the patriarchy. She holds a Master’s degree in English Literature and teaches at a small rural high school, where she also runs the drama club. In her spare time, she is equally likely to be found playing tabletop games, kneading bread, cross-stitching, or binge-watching Marie Kondo. A sex educator and kink-p ...more

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