Review: Room For Three? by Katrina Jackson

(Blurb taken from amazon)
When Precious rents Cali and Mike’s spare bedroom she’s in the middle of a housing crisis and feeling betrayed by her best friend.

When Mike and Cali rent their spare room to Precious, their relationship is hanging on by a thread.

None of them expect anything more from their roommate situation than cheap rent in a prime location. So they’re all surprised to find a deep well of affection and lust that makes them think that maybe their perfect relationship, and bed, has room for three.

Room for Three? is the first in a new series of erotic novellas about sexy entanglements behind closed doors.

My favourite grouping in romance novels is two women and a man so when someone recommended Katrina Jackson’s books to me and I found out that some of her novels are f/f/m I couldn’t wait to read them. This book did not disappoint and I couldn’t put it down.

This book was everything that I love in a romance novel. It had a good dose of angst, extremely hot sex scenes and, of course, a happy ending. The relationship between them was so sweet and romantic at times but then equally hot (and still romantic). I read a lot of romance novels and generally I enjoy them and then move on but this one really stayed with me and I think the reason why was that the characters were just so relatable. I especially related to Cali and I really liked how Katrina Jackson portrayed Cali’s relationship with her therapist and the importance of therapy in her life.

I would really recommend this novel for anyone who likes erotic romance and polyamorous romance.

It’s currently available for 99p on amazon and available on Kindle Unlimited.


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