New Release Alert – if you haven’t tried Eve Langlais before – and you like snarky humor and sexy stories with shifters and other paranormal elements – get this. If you are a fan of Eve Langlais – WHY haven’t you already bought this?
If you are a fan of the quirky, snarky and clever characters that Eve Langlais writes, then this will be your next must-read from her. Trust me, there is little to NOT like about this book: characters, sex, humor, a twisty demon-centric murder mystery and more sex.
I was so excited to get the opportunity to read this title, a first-person narration provided by the heroine, Chloe who just would be a fun friend! Chloe is a lawyer who works in the public defender’s office. The world has morphed and polygamist relationships are legal, werewolves are now members of the known society, and Chloe is bemoaning her lack of men willing to follow her no strings attached rules when it comes to sex. See, Chloe had a bad relationship, her commitment-phobic self nearly plunged into the “M” word: Move In, with a man who was sharing his delights with another.
Her best friend is her polar opposite in every respect: tiny, bold and adventurous, Brenda is always trying to get Chloe, all 6 feet of her, to live on the wild side, especially after Pete appears for a pre-trial meeting. His charges? Digging holes in the neighbor’s yard, peeing on her bushes and terrorizing her cat. See a theme? Pete is a werewolf, and his neighbor is a witch, with a cat familiar that terrorizes his lovebirds.
If that’s not enough to intrigue, there is Anthony, the prosecuting attorney that Chloe seems always to encounter, and never has beaten in court. Both Anthony and Pete stir her attraction, but being gun-shy, Chloe isn’t willing to get into a relationship. Yet, these two leave her no choice. Aided and cheered on by her BFF, she finds herself acting on her attraction to these two, and their connections are steamy, inventive and oh so sexy! It doesn’t help when your Mum, your two Dads and your BFF are all proponents of poly relationships, and are willing to dissect your relationship down to the last detail: I can’t decide if she spent more time blushing or fantasizing (which made her blush again).
Chloe is clever and funny, with a habit of speaking first and thinking later, much to a reader’s delight. The banter and interior monologues are laugh out loud, spit iced coffee over your eReader funny, and even more so when she absentmindedly speaks those thoughts. Her character is utterly delightful and fun and the interactions with both Pete and Anthony are so deliciously drawn and developed that they all come alive as you read. Another winner from Eve Langlais – I will be curious to see if this story stands at just one installment or if we are destined to see more of Chloe and the boyz later on.
Title: Two's A Couple, Three's The Law
Author: Eve Langlais
Genre: Menage, Shifters, Vampires, Werewolves, Witches
Published by: Self-Published
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Can one woman handle two dominant men intent on staking their claim?
Warning: This story contains adult subject matter and language that is probably not suitable for anyone. (MFM paranormal erotic romance)
Two’s a couple, three’s a ménage, not to mention the law. Welcome to an alternate world where the government gives tax breaks to women who choose to take on two or more men—and werewolves live amongst us.
Despite the laws encouraging polygamy, Chloe isn’t interested in a relationship with one man, let alone two. But all that changes when a werewolf client decides he wants her for more than just legal aid. He’s not alone though. Her nemesis in the courtroom, district attorney Anthony Vanderson, is also intent on seduction.
Caught between two men—naked and panting—she succumbs to passion, gets embroiled in a mystery and learns werewolves aren’t the only creatures living amongst humans.
A copy of this title was provided via Author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.