Title: Ocean’s Three
Series: Made in Heaven, 2
Author: Elena Kincaid
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc.
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F, M/F/M
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Cameron Pompeo has always seen things, felt things, he could not explain, the most significant of which is a young girl named Jocelyn who appears nightly in his dreams. When his cousin Reed Pompeo suddenly shows up in his dream, Cameron realizes that not only does Jocelyn exist, but that she will also be important to them both.
After a tragic accident kills her mother, Jocelyn Parker struggles with her guilt. She pushes away the two most important people in her life as a form of self-punishment and tries to convince herself that she made them up, despite the fact that a sense in the very depths of her soul tells her that they’re real.
A cruise to the Mediterranean finally brings the three of them together. There, they make real memories and promises to each other, but what happens when the cruise is over? Will their love be strong enough to survive the outside forces that threaten to destroy their happiness?
Note: This book contains double penetration.
Jocelyn has a history with Cameron and Reed. They are her best friends. They have been there in good times and bad. Too bad they are not real…or are they? When Jocelyn meets the men of her dreams in the real world will she run true to form?
Ocean’s Three by Elena Kincaid is second in her Made in Heaven series. I enjoyed meeting Reed and Cameron. They are cousins in real life, sharing dreams of a girl neither has met. They tell each other their hopes and dreams, until tragedy strikes. Moving past loss is hard for Jocelyn and begins her default of running. I love that Ms. Kincaid made Read and Cameron steadfast in their love for Joss; even as Joss continues to run from her emotions and them. I loved the overriding theme of mates being something more, in this case, the soul mate variety. Cameron, Read and Joss’s journey toward acceptance is emotional and well written. I enjoyed seeing Reed and Cameron refuse to allow Joss to run from them and what they could have together. I enjoyed this story and looked forward to reading more from Ms. Kincaid in the future.
Five Shooting Stars