Haylee Tremayne is tired of the road. The concert tour for Three of Hearts was a success, but she’s confused by the inexplicable tension between her bandmates, Ben and Lucas. She’s also ready to go home to her boyfriend in Nashville. Time off would probably help everyone relax, even if it is Christmas, a season with too many bad memories.
But right before their last concert, Haylee discovers she’s been dumped for a sexy girly-girl. Story of her life: all guys see is tomboy Haylee. At the after-concert party, she drowns her sorrows and—desperate to feel feminine for once in her life—asks Ben and Lucas for a threesome. And it’s just as sexy and fun as she hoped.
Back in Nashville, Ben and Lucas prove again and again that their first night wasn’t a mistake. But the tension between them is still high, and on Christmas Eve, their ménage takes a stunning turn. When it all falls apart, Haylee is terrified that their crazy relationship might cost them the band, their success, and worst of all, each other.
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This is a book that took me totally by surprise. I almost skipped it, but there was just something about it that I couldn’t resist. I’m really glad I finally gave in though, because Three of Hearts turned out to be a lot more than expected.
There was a lot of risk involved in these three friends taking their relationship farther. They weren’t only members of the same band, but they were friends who supported each other. At the beginning of Three of Hearts, it was Haylee who needed that support. It was hard not to respect the love and devotion that Ben and Lucas had for Haylee. It was also hard to ignore the tension that was growing between the two men. Turns out that they all had feelings that they were not only hiding from each other, but from themselves as well.
There was a lot of heartbreak in Three of Hearts, but there were some pretty strong messages too. The most fundamental one to me was that love is love and if you’re lucky enough to find it, embrace it. If it’s right for you then what the rest of the world thinks … or knows … shouldn’t matter.