Love Me More by Kelly Jamieson
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Length: Short Story (54 pgs)
Other: M/F, M/F/F, F/F, Ménage
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Fern
This time, it’s all about his ultimate fantasy. If she has the nerve…
The sequel to Love Me.
In a bid for her boyfriend’s undivided attention, Melina indulged in a flirtation that led to an unexpected—and incredibly sexy—threesome.
Now, months later and on their way to the altar, she and Gavin don’t talk much about that night. Except his confession that in his threesome fantasies, the two women are focused entirely on his pleasure.
Melina is a little uncomfortable about that—and more uncomfortable about the wild and wicked bachelor party his buddies have planned for him. She’s no prude, but the idea of him being uh…attended to by unknown women is driving her crazy. Gavin agrees to a compromise, but it leaves her with a lingering feeling of guilt.
How to make it up to him? She has an idea…but does she have the nerve?
What do you do when your fiancée has a fantasy that he’s never had fulfilled and the date for your wedding is fast approaching? Do you pretend it doesn’t exist? Conceal your jealousy as it consumes you? Or do you take the bull by the horns, set up the three-way he’s always dreamed of, and prove to both him and yourself that love is strong enough to overcome a little tryst between the sheets? These questions are answered in the follow up to Kelly Jamieson’s story, Love Me, aptly entitled, Love Me More.
Although I haven’t read the preceding story, there was enough back history that it wasn’t necessary to enjoy the material. From the beginning, you realize this is more than a story about a sexy ménage. Rather, it’s about the trust involved when you dedicate your heart and soul to another. Gavin witnessed Melina partaking in a sexy ménage session with another woman, and upon questioning, reveals he always dreamed of having the focus of two beautiful women entirely on him. Though Melina is hesitant to allow another woman to touch her man, she discovers that by letting go and having faith that he won’t do anything to betray her, they can explore their sexual appetites without risking irreversible damage.
Aside from a few editing mistakes, the work is well written and flows at a super-fast pace. You’ll melt during the intense sexual scenes, while you nod in understanding and sympathy when Gavin and Melina have the ever important lovers spat. If you’re looking for something hot and intense that will leave you with a smile on your face, Love Me More is certain to hit the spot.