Saturday, June 16, 2018

S.E.X. Review~ The Luck of Love by Serena Akeroyd

With a covert deployment beckoning, Luke Gray is certain death is near. The sandbox has been kind to him in the past, but sure his luck has run out, Luke starts to pull away from his nearest and dearest--lovers, Josh and Gia.

As a brigadier general, Josh isn't at home as much as he'd like, and living in an unusual relationship makes his baby girl ripe for bullying. Coming face to face with prejudice is nothing new, but having to deal with his sins being visited upon his daughter is another thing entirely.

Hiding the fact she's a bestselling gay romance author from her lovers makes life a little unusual for Gia, but she's living a dream--she's the stuffing in a bisexual relationship between two of the strongest men she's ever known.

When news of Luke's deployment breaks, when the aftermath of her daughter's bullying hits home, all Gia can do is regroup and protect the unorthodox family she's helped to create. In this case, a glass slipper won't work any magic, but a gold ring holds promises Luke desperately needs. Will a wedding save their small unit or will it be the tipping point?

The Luck of Love, the first book in by Serena Akeroyd’s serial The Luck of Love was a wonderfully written short read.

Gia, Luke, and Josh were realistic characters with very real worries, trials, and tribulations in their life. Military men meets surrogate- now- partner, the ménage created a life all unto their own with their daughter.

I enjoyed the realism intertwined throughout the story and I appreciated each character and what they brought to the table.

Josh’s militant attitude, Luke’s peacemaker style, and Gia’s need to nurture blended well. A quick read, an HEA, but not a complete story; I look forward to the next installment.

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review 

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