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    5 star review of Dare To Be Three (The Dare Menage Series #3) by Jeanne St James Audio Review: Narrated by Ava Lucas, Sean Crisden and JF Harding did a fabulous and really bought the story to life for me. Ava Lucas certainly has a talent when speaking as a male character. Defence attorney Gryff is struggling to keep his lust and attraction for his employee, Rayne under control, particularly when she continuously calls him Boss which really ramps up his desire. Add in sexy and hot football star Trey Holloway who his brother asks him to represent and you just know everything is about to spin out of control. The chemistry between all three of the characters was intense and overpowering and there were times I needed a fan to coll down. I loved that both Rayne and Trey knew they wanted Gryff and were not afraid to go after him. I loved how Gryff tried to fight the attraction he felt but in the end it was all consuming. Gryff likes to be in control so there is some head butting with Trey and Rayne as they all come to terms with their evolving relationship. I really loved Rayne, her passion and determination to fight to have both men in her life was inspiring, she refused to choose or settle for anything less and I admire her for that. It was interesting to listen to Gryff as he struggled to come to terms with the feelings that Trey evoked in him; Trey I just loved everything about the cocky footballer. What I really enjoyed that it was not only a relationship based on the physical aspects but the connection between all three became so much more and they were all emotionally invested.

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