Book Review: Ella’s Triple Pleasure by Anna Lores

Title: Ella’s Triple Pleasure

Author: Anna Lores

Genre: Contemporary Erotic Romance

Age Group: Adult (18+)

Rating: 4 stars

Purchase: Amazon

Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

It takes three men to satisfy one woman’s needs…

Single mom and massage therapist Ella Winthrop isn’t looking for a relationship. She has enough problems without risking a business that barely meets her needs. Then her world is turned upside down by three men, each offering something she isn’t prepared for—love so deep it hurts, sex so hot she’s afraid she’ll melt from the pleasure, and a future beyond her wildest dreams.

Steamy businessman Cade Jackson has it all—money, looks, a giving heart, and a dominant nature—but Ella refuses to date a client even if she’s lusted after him for a year. After his brother’s death, Garrett Winthrop moves back to town opening old wounds and even darker fantasies. Dr. Derek McGregor gives her balance and understanding that speaks to her soul. All three men force Ella to question the limits of a traditional relationship.

Ella’s Triple Pleasure is the first book I’ve read that feature one woman and three men! I’ve read plenty of menages, but three men, how does Ella find time to do just about anything else, was my first thought. I was curious to start reading the book, and I wasn’t dissapointed.

Ella is a single mom and a massage therapist. She isn’t looking ofr a relationship, but rather, the relationships, or in any case, the men, seems to find her!

There’s steamy businessman Cade Jackson, who has a dominant personab ut is also a client, and Ella refuses to date a client even though she’s insanely attracted to him. The second eligible bachelor is Garrett Winthrop, who moves back to town and opens old wounds Ella thought had long since healed. Bachelor number three is Dr. Derek McGregor. My favorite of the three was Cade, but each man brings something new to the table, and they all challenged Ella’s beliefs about love and relationships.

This book is a sizzling, mind-blowing romance with not one, not two, but three men. It was an eye-opener for me, and I really enjoyed the book. Recommended to fans of erotic romance.

 

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