Two Brits: MMF Bisexual Romance by Elle Everton

My rating: ❤❤❤❤❤ of 5!

Two Brits

 



Elle damn well knows how to write a sinfully hot ménage!

Melody is an American who’s going to London to study photography for a year. This life change came about after she declared her love for her gay best friend, but he didn’t feel the same way. So, a change is just what she needs.

Simon and Oliver are in a loving and committed relationship. They’re both bisexual so they like to switch things up a bit every now and then, by taking a woman with them to bed.

Melody and Oliver meets at the Airport in US and are seated next to each other on their journey to London. They say their goodbyes in the airport and Melody takes off to meet her new roommates in the house share she’ll be living in. By a cruel twist of faith, that house doesn’t exist, and Melody is left with no option but to call Oliver.

This is a completely different story to the others’ I’ve read by Elle, since Simon and Oliver are already an established couple. The way she writes about their journey from strangers, to friends with benefit and onwards, is nothing short of enthralling. Through the fantastic story build I felt like I really got to know each of the characters, and I fell in love with all three.

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