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Released: March 26, 2013
Genre: Erotic Romance
…this book did have a load of delicious and sizzling sex scenes, it also showed us Fila accepting herself and her lifestyle choice of having three husband
Getting a husband from Genetic Harmony Inc was one of the best decisions Fila Leonard has ever made. Only she didn’t get one husband…she got three. Chad, Chuck and Charlie all compliment and fulfill Fila’s every need and desire, but having three husbands can also come with complications. Can Fila, Chuck, Chad and Charlie overcome these and life in wedded bliss?
I liked that Husbandry was a little different, most books dwell on a couple (or quartet? I don’t know the right terminology!) getting together and falling in love. This book however, changed the focus to after they are all married and in love and yet juggling three spouses. The juggling did seem to involve a lot of hot sex but I was okay with that.
Although this book did have a load of delicious and sizzling sex scenes, it also showed us Fila accepting herself and her lifestyle choice of having three husbands. Trying to explain this to her very traditional parents showcased not only the sexy and fun parts of having such a relationship but also where there may be difficulties.
But at the heart of this it was a fun, sexy story with a little bit of a sci-fi twist and more gorgeous guys than you can shake a stick at.
*Review copy provided by publisher
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