Series: Made in Heaven, 1
Author: Elena Kincaid
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc.
Genre and Pairing: Contemporary and M/F, M/F/M
Word Count: 42,778
Reviewer Name: Luna
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[Ménage Amour: Erotic Paranormal Ménage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, food play, HEA]
Maddie Sutton always felt something missing until the day she met Charlie and Cole. What started out as a childhood friendship slowly developed into an all-consuming love. Her biggest problem is that she can only see them in her dreams. Maddie realizes that to lead a normal life, she would have to let them go. After all, they’re only a fantasy…or are they?
Charlie Gilbert and Cole Mercer are both very real. For years they have loved and pined for Maddie, meeting up in dreams set in different locales. Afraid of making her choose between them, they keep their feelings hidden until finally realizing that the three of them belong together. How can they convince Maddie if she doubts their existence? When Charlie starts to doubt, Cole springs into action and brings them all together.
Now that they have found each other, they vow to never let go, but when an unknown danger looms over Maddie, Charlie and Cole will do anything to protect her, even if it means risking their own lives.
Maddie is in love with not one man but two. Cole and Charlie have been her best friends all her life. They have seen every up and every down. Too bad they are only in her dreams. But what if Cole and Charlie are real? Can Madi live with two men being more than the men of her dreams?
Three Made in Heaven is first in Elena Kincaid’s Made in Heaven series. I really enjoyed Maddie and her men. Cole and Charlie met Maddie at the same time and in the same way. They knew no other way than to share the girl; the girl who has grown from being their best friend into the woman they have come to love. Ms. Kincaid made their relationship feel natural and normal, in spite of how they met. For them there really was no other way. Cole and Charlie are brothers from different mothers and trusted in each other fully. I loved how the boys always put Maddie first even when they didn’t like it. And when the trio found out that their dreams were real, I loved how Ms. Kincaid made it a seamless awareness that worked within the real world. I loved that their relationships translated so easily within the real world. The honesty Maddie, Cole and Charlie had in their dreams made a relationship in the real world one with few surprises. I thoroughly enjoyed the premise Ms. Kincaid gave us in this story. I loved the idea of soul mates and love conquering all that permeated throughout this story. It was a well written and enjoyable read.
Five Shooting Stars