Sexual Healing for Three by Gracie C. McKeever
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing, Siren
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary, Paranormal, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Full Length (352 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/F, M/F/M, Ménage, Spanking, Voyeurism
Rating: 4.5 Cherries
Review by Tiger Lily
Escaping an abusive past, Donna Vega is determined never to be the victim of a man's whims again. She doesn't have the inclination or time for one man, much less two.
Wiccan and drowning survivor, Chance Novak, has inherited psychic gifts that he's wary of using. When he meets Donna at a domestic abuse seminar, Chance recognizes an injured soul that he'd like to heal. But can he get past Donna's armor to make her see him as more than just a colleague?
Russell Merrick has always put everyone's needs before his own, pursuing a vanilla ideal of wedded bliss. But now since his divorce can he abide sharing the one woman who could fulfill his every sexual fetish, when his younger brother is the other man?
More importantly, can Russ deflect the twisted attentions of a killer who's willing to go through Chance and Donna to get to him?
She’s not into relationships because they lead to heartbreak. He’s not into taking no for an answer, especially when it comes to the woman he loves and his brother. What happens when the three mix? Read Sexual Healing for Three and find out! You won’t be let down.
Ms. McKeever writes a gripping novel about coming to terms with who we are and what we want out of our lives. Her characters are unique and memorable. They stay with you once the book closes. Her scenes are rich with details, keeping the reader firmly entrenched in the story. The love scenes are graphic, but filled with passion. You know these people love each other and are afraid to upset the balance in their lives.
Donna is a great heroine. She knows what she wants and gets it, unless she’s got to deal with her fears. As the story goes, she grows and becomes a stronger woman. She proves the old adage that you can’t let your fears rule your life. The reader can connect with her journey.
Chance and Russ are fun heroes. The brothers know they want the same woman, but it’s the differences in their personalities that make them unique and loveable. Russ had the stereotypical suburban life, but he isn’t the typical suburbanite – readers can relate to his inner turmoil with who he is. In the same vein, Chance deals with his special powers, but he’s still uncomfortable with them. Who doesn’t have something about themselves that they aren’t totally happy with? These small fears make all three characters human. You want to see them succeed and succeed together.
If you want a steamy novel about learning how to be yourself, and how to accept what you can’t change, then Sexual Healing for Three is the novel for you. I give this work 4 ½ cherries.