Sunday, March 8, 2015

Wicked Reads Reviews – The Gift of Three Anthology


Mistletoe Madness
Kaitlin Maitland

Thea Bequette might be a badass on the soccer field, but she’s completely inept when it comes to relationships. The lonely woman raised by her older brother has no clue when it comes to flirty feminine stuff. When she teams up with two mega hot men for a holiday 3v3 soccer tournament she can hardly believe it. Not only do the guys take her seriously, they treat her like a friend and maybe even more.

Dom Lopez is certain that Thea Bequette is the woman for him. Dom is a quiet loner by nature, but he has always been drawn to Thea. Unfortunately for Dom, his teammate and friend wants her too. Alec is a charming player who always knows what to say to a woman. When their competitive nature entices them to compete for her affections, sparks fly.

Thea knows she cannot choose between Dom and Alec. As the three of them explore the possibility of a threesome, Thea realizes that she doesn’t have to pick just one. Passion and acceptance might help three lonely people discover the best Christmas present ever. All it takes is a dash of holiday magic and the warm glow of love.


The Naughty List
Allie Quinn

When Maggie finishes her best Christmas decorating job at a mall, she’s receives the proposition of her life--to get to know her two hot bosses, Jake and Andrew, as they ask to ‘share’ her. What woman wouldn’t enjoy being wanted by two hot guys? Living the life of the good girl certainly hasn’t gotten her anywhere this fun.

For Jake and Andrew, sex has always been better when they do it together, enjoying watching one another as much as they enjoy having a tight, hot woman. So when Maggie proves to be one hot woman, they feel they’re getting the best Christmas gift ever.

They take her down the path of a wonderful sexual adventure, testing her limits as the three of them together experience the best sex they've ever known. As Christmas comes on, though, it seems someone's not as thrilled about their new lifestyle as they are.


Christmas is Love
Ceri Grenelle

Dylan Foley and Austin Solberg have been living happily together for the past year in their cozy home, but something is missing. It isn't until the night of the infamous Johnson holiday party that they finally admit to one another how much they miss having a woman in their bed. They agree that if the right woman ever came along, they would stop at nothing to keep her. When they meet Mercy Johnson at the party, they agree that introducing her to their own variety of holiday cheer would be the perfect gift to lift her spirits.

An annual holiday party, eight older protective brothers, and two men so tempting they could make a girl believe in the magic of Christmas again, all converge in one night to test Mercy’s doubt in the holiday season. Austin and Dylan may be able to rekindle her holiday spirit with their brand of heat, but will it be enough to thaw her frozen heart?

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Ruthie☆☆☆☆
If you like a developing ménage story – and like a good Christmas story, or three – then this anthology will suit you well.

Mistletoe Madness

This is a hot little story that comes about after a winning team of three in a local soccer league realise that there might be some mileage in their friendship becoming more. The female lead has an overbearing brother, who quashed her romances in the past, and has made her very nervous of acting keen. These two guys aren't going to let her get away though, and that is definitely to the reader's advantage! I liked that they all discovered each other at the same time.

The Naughty List

Two best friends at work and at play realise that the decorator of their malls is definitely worth putting on their list – but can they persuade her to give them a chance. Hot, hot read.

Christmas is Love

Certainly not how Mercy sees it at all – but her family demands her presence at the annual house party, even if they then berate her for her past. Newly in town duo however can only see a possible new addition to their happy lives – but can she believe that they really want her for more than one night. Great family story.



Kaitlin Maitland
Kaitlin Maitland is an avid reader and a rabid horse enthusiast with a love of drama in everyday life. She began writing at the age of twelve after growing tired of waiting for her favorite authors to write sequels. Now she’s scrambling to write her own sequels while keeping up with a variety of exciting new characters and settings. Kaitlin makes her home in the Midwest and while she has yet to travel to a distant planet, she finds plenty of story inspiring drama close to home. = Loose Id bio

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Allie Quinn
Allie Quinn lives with her husband in Southern Illinois. When she isn’t enjoying fun family time, games with friends, reading, crafts, music and winemaking, she’s working to build fictional worlds and unforgettable characters. – Loose Id bio

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Ceri Grenelle
I've always had an active imagination. An imagination that usually took form in the way of zoning out in the middle of conversations. I eventually decided it was time to share my daydreaming with the world and began to put my musings on paper. It started with Harry Potter fanfiction and grew from there.

I am currently living it up in Northern California after a big move from New York City. And by living it up I mean staying home with my cats, obsessively watching episodes of my favorite TV shows, all of which are extremely geeky, and simultaneously reading the next book on my reading list. I do all this while trying not to pig out on unhealthy snacks. As you can tell, I lead a busy life. – Author’s website bio

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of The Gift of Three Anthology to read and review.

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