5 Stars for for a book that gave me giggles, tingles, wiggles and a big wide smile.
I adored these characters, I want to move them in next door. Quinn, the woman who lost a part of her soul when her sister died, and her past was scrambled. She was so easy to attach to. She was snarky, emotional, warm, giving and stubborn and she cooked, bonus. Mick, strong, tall, dark, sexy, dedicated, kind, giving, and good to his mom. Yums. Tilly, she was the teenager who had life hit her upside the head. This girl was not the stereotypical teen in most books, she had her drama, her back talking, and defenses in full force but she was also very lovable and unselfish. So many characters from the parents, the catty ex, to the weird old men hanging around gossiping, I loved them all, each were developed just enough never over done.
The story was a beautiful love story that dealt with finding the right place in the world. It may not be where you are planning on going. There is a lot of heart felt emotional findings in this and so much fun. Tilly's journal note at the beginning of each chapter always made me laugh.
The story touches of some sensitive subjects. Death of a sibling, child abuse, adoption, corruption, all were handled tastefully and resolved.
I gave it 5 stars for pure enjoyment I got out of the book. I am planning of re-reading this and listening to it on audio.
Triple Trouble by Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliott is a great read. This is however, a menage story with explicit sex scenes, so it may not be for everyone. This is a well-written book loaded with fantastic characters. Randy, Juliet and Tristan's story is loaded with drama, humor and sizzle. I enjoyed reading Triple Trouble and look forward to reading more from Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliott in the future. Triple Trouble is book 2 of the Found In Oblivion Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.
Quinn has suffered a tragic loss with her sister now gone for two years. The news she gets that sets her back even more, causes her to go looking for the why. Arriving in the sleepy town, she finds there is someone else who suffered a loss that needs her.
Mick is just back visiting his mother. Trying to help her move on from the pain and the house that haunts them both. Meeting Quinn makes staying in town a bit more exciting. She is in need of a steady hand, and it could be his that helps her up.
Sweet and fragile are two words I thought while reading this novel. It has many great pieces that make it fun and still the author's work. I just found it a bit slower than the norm. The high points were the sexy times and the banter. You should never miss those. I give this story a 3/5 Kitty's Paws UP!
***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review.