Three Ways to Wicked (Wicked Shores #1) by Jodi Redford

ThreeWaysToWicked“Three ingredients for a hot summer: sun, sand, and sizzling sex. “
Following a nasty breakup with her ex, Kayla English is eager to get her erotic writing mojo back on track. Except progress on her current book has flatlined, right along with her belief in happily-ever-after.
Solution? Two weeks of solitude in the Florida sun thanks to some friends’ generous offer to house-sit their place on the beach. She didn’t count on having roommates-or on getting the sexiest peepshow of her life.
Seven years after an intimate encounter rocked their worlds, business partners Tyler Bishop and Gibb Masters have kept things strictly in the friend zone. A recent storm has left them homeless, though. They figure moving into Ty’s parents’ place is preferable to roughing it elsewhere, even if it means resisting the temptation to slip between the sheets with Kayla…and each other.
As the days heat up, so does their three-way attraction. But when emotions run deeper than any of them expect, three wary hearts must decide if it’s worth the risk to write their own HEA.
Warning: This book brings the dirty. We’re talking dirty sex in an outdoor shower, on a boat, and on the kitchen counter with a dirty-mouthed Casanova. In other words, all the good stuff with a side of glow-in-the-dark body paint.

CreativeDeedsReadsDisclosure1Just when I think that I’ve got Jodi Redford figured out, she throws me another curve. Well, I take that back. I will probably never have this author figured out. But that’s not a bad thing. Never knowing exactly what to expect is half the fun of picking up one of her books. 😉

I loved this little tryst between this fun trio of characters. Kayla was adorable and the fact that she was a author made it even more fun. Having level-headed Gibb and fun-loving Tyler being both attracted to Kayla and each other made things even more interesting.

Gibb, Tyler and Kayla all walked into this relationship a little wary and a little damaged. That’s what made them perfect for each other. They also had their own little personality traits that made it fun getting into each of their heads. By the time Three Ways to Wicked was over I wanted to hug them all.

As always, heed the warning. Fun was had by all, in many different places and in many different ways. 😉 Oh, and leave it to Jodi to even slip in a reference to one of her other series. Those of you who have read her That Old Black Magic series will know it when you read it. Yep, fun was had by ALL!