December 2, 2014 | by Stacia | Any Way We Want

by Grey Cole on November 25th, 2014

Genres: Erotica, Love & Romance



I couldn’t have picked two men more opposing than they. One dark-headed, slightly controlling, but intuitive. The other all unruly copper curls, somewhat bashful, but sensual. Yet, my fall for them felt the same—hard and fast.

I never slept around or cheated, but when you’re the girl who got dumped for being too kinky–you realize and accept you are different. Somehow, some way, they had to be mine. My mind spun with what could be, and I set out to entice them with my fantasy.

Only, my plot had a twist…Royce and Shea were already lovers. Luckily for me, they liked to share.

Warning: Contains a headstrong daughter of nudist, hippy parents, an Alpha with seriously protective instincts, positive representations of Asperger’s Syndrome and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and oh yeah, M/M, M/M/M, M/M/F, and M/F/M. 

Luna Rene is in an unconventional relationship; she’s involved with two men that not only were already lovers, but both of them love her as well. Royce is the slightly controlling (or dominant) one and Shea is the sensually shy one… the best of both worlds.

After agreeing to doing, what was supposed to be a discreet expose about their lives and the love they share, their polyamorous relationship becomes public. Fearing the backlash and that outsiders would now know intimate details about their personal lives, they are fighting to stay together.

“You’ve always felt like my soul’s equal. We match so perfectly…”

This book is definitely hot and steamy…dare I even say extremely skokie (Three Girls word for a SMOKIN’ HOT book).  I liked how the past and present were used to tell Royce and Shea’s story. It was easy to fall in love with them as a couple before Luna even came into the picture. In fact, after feeling Royce and Shea’s connection so strongly and loving them together, I wasn’t sure how I would feel about Luna joining them. But the friendship that was formed prior to anything else happening made me really root for the three of them and their relationship.

“She wanted to be owned. She wanted to be debauched and then she wanted to be loved.”

I’m not sure how I feel about the serial “short” novels that have become so popular, as of late. On the one hand you get the story much quicker than waiting for a full trilogy, but on the other hand the short serials sometimes feel rushed, like the author is trying to shove everything in. Plus the short serials together only make up one regular size novel, so authors could honestly just put out a full sized novel instead.  But I will say, with Any Way We Want, it didn’t feel rushed or even that it was a partial story. I think the Grey Cole did a great job of making the reader feel a lot (for the characters, their connection, and just the overall story) in a short amount of time. I can’t wait to read the 2nd part in this story.


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