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    I can definitely read more!

    More than Ever was a great sequel to More and More than Most. I love Richard, Luke and Matthew. I think they are so great together. I love that the book is about their relationship but that there’s also a mystery/action adventure. This was a book that I wanted the ending but slowed down the reading so that I wouldn’t be finished. I don’t know if there’s going to be more, but I can definitely read anything about them. I totally recommend this book and the whole series.
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    More Than Ever by Sloan Parker

    “For you see, each day I love you more, today, more than yesterday and less than tomorrow.” ~ Rosemonde Gerard Matthew, of ‘More Than Ever’ by Sloan Parker, is the youngest and most vulnerable of his family. Neither Richard nor Luke have had a carefree life, but they have had more time to face their circumstances and move beyond them. Matthew feels that he is not deserving of the two magnificent, successful men he is with. He wants to feel like he has accomplished something, but instead of talking about his secret fear, he goes along with whatever they want, whether he wants it or not. Matthew’s silence and compliance come back to haunt him, breaking through at a critical part in their lovemaking, giving Luke and, especially Richard, pause; they wonder how many other times Matthew has kept silent, trying to please them, when he should have spoken up. Even though Matthew has gone to school to learn how to be a veterinary technician, he is having a difficult time finding a job. He has always had feelings of insecurity and of being abandoned, particularly since his father left him and his mother. Since Matthew has never faced the situation, it has grown to monumental proportions. He loves Richard and Luke, but the incident of him not being honest in bed, has put a huge dent in their love life. They are almost afraid to touch him for fear of doing something he does not want. Matthew feels like he has ruined the intimacy between the three of them and it will never be like it was before. Matthew has always been my favorite character in the ‘More’ series. Although Luke and Richard have never deliberately done anything to make Matthew feel inferior in any way, he has always felt like he is not “good enough” to be with these two strong, successful men. Being so much younger than his partners, I have to admit that they have been protective of him, but they did it out of love, not because they felt he was inferior. It was good to see him get beyond the ghosts that have haunted him, and take his rightful place as an equal partner for Richard and Luke. Thanks, Sloan, for an awesome addition to the ‘More’ series.
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    Another great book in the series!

    This is the third book in the More series and is told from Matthews point of view this time. The first book was Luke’s POV and the second book was Richard’s POV. First off, this is definitely not a stand alone book. You really need to have read the first two to know what’s going on. I read the last book in the series a few years ago so was a little lost at the beginning until I remembered what had happened in the previous book, since it had a rather large impact on what was going on with the relationship between Matthew and his two guys in this book. My only complaint about this series, and it’s totally a personal peeve, is that it’s told only from one characters POV in each book. When authors write this way I just really feel like I’m missing out a lot on where the other guys are in their heads during a particular scene. I would so much prefer it, if the author really wants to tell it in first person, that perhaps she alternates each of their POV’s, maybe by splitting it up by chapters as I have seen some authors do. But, as I said, it’s my own reading style preference and the only reason I had to take the review down a star. Having said that, I loved visiting with my guys again! They work so well together in a ménage relationship, and it’s fun to watch their interactions, especially the very hot and heavy love scenes. In this story Matthew is still going to college and has applied for an internship at a nature rehabilitation facility in the National Park. He connects immediately with Alex, the veterinarian in charge of everything. That is why he is shocked a few weeks later when it is reported the man left his wife, son and unborn baby. He refuses to believe this and gets Luke and Richard to go into the park with him to search for any possible clues to Alex’s disappearance. I really don’t want to say more because it would ruin the mystery, other than to mention that I loved the conclusion of that particular part of the story, even though that’s most probably not the way it would have ended in real life. But hey, I get enough real life every day, I read romances to escape. Matthew was also having emotional issues dealing with his father, as well as a pivotal trust issue between him and Richard from the previous book. The author does a good job of dealing with this, even though there were a few times when I felt it was getting a little repetitive, and I just wanted to get back to the mystery. She actually ends the book in such a way that it could wrap up the series, but hopefully not, because I really love reading about my guys! So if you have read and enjoyed the other two books in the series, you will love this one as well. If you haven’t read the others, than you are definitely missing out and should start with More (Books 1 & 2) before attempting this one. I don’t think you would regret it.
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    Suspense, action and romance

    If I could give this book and series more than 5 stars I would. This book is absolutely fabulous! I loved every word of this book. Not only is this book full of romance, love, suspense, action, hot sexy scenes, it also has good life lessons. The book is beautifully written and so well thought out. An amazing writer. I couldn't get enough and I didn't want to put it down and I certainly didn't want it to end. I can't wait for more!
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