Party of Three by Sandy Lowe

A book with a difference!

What was the book about?:
The book is centred around three friends going to a very elite party. Each friend gets a small, semi-erotic novella of sorts and tells the story of them meeting someone special.

Featured Tropes:
Friends to lover, unrequited love, andro-femme, second-chance romance

Book Strengths:
I enjoyed the variety of tropes in this book. I found the sex to be very sexy and definitely felt excited each time I got to the next person’s story. The three ladies were all unique in their own way, by their personalities but also by what their backstory was and who they found attractive, which I liked because it didn’t feel like it was the same story over and over again. The best part was the round-up at the end in the form of an excellent epilogue. The quality of writing was top-notch, and the way the author tied the friends all together was great.

Book weaknesses:
So there were a few things that I struggled within this book. Firstly I felt the three ladies were younger than their stated 25 years. Secondly, I felt one of the characters went from not being interested then to changing her mind too quickly and having all inhibitions jump out the window. That storyline didn’t work as well for me. In saying that, the epilogue really made up for it, and it didn’t bother me as much by the end.

Character Chemistry:
Great Chemistry. My favourite characters were Sarah and Ryan. I would love a stand-alone story from them and Elle. Elle was a secondary character that intrigued me from her back story and the small part she played throughout the other stories.

Heat Rating: 🔥🔥🔥🔥

If this is a taste of what’s to come, I am excited to see what’s next from Sandy Lowe.

Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

 

If you would like to purchase Party of Three please follow the links below:

Amazon US

Amazon UK

Amazon AU


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Reviewed at Les Revêur (11)

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