038: Triple Trouble by Cari Quinn & Taryn Elliott

(3) triple troubleTitle: Triple Trouble (Found in Oblivion #2)
Author: Cari Quinn & Taryn Elliott
Stars: ★★★☆☆

Blurb: She wasn’t looking to fall in love with one man. Never mind two.

Juliet Reece grew up in the shadow of her seemingly perfect older sister, Margo Reece. While Juliet’s wealthy, blue-blood parents dealt with infidelity, Juliet fought for normalcy. Now she’s the bassist in Warning Sign, a band on the rise, and she finally feels like she’s making space for herself in the world. It’s her time to shine, and she’s ready to have fun and focus on her career.

Until Randy “Sparks” Pruitt nearly blows up her life. Literally.

She can’t stand the guy. She definitely hasn’t fantasized about gripping a handful of his hair and – no. Not happening.

Then there’s Tristan Eves, Sparks’ new friend. He’s the exact opposite of Sparks. Playful. Naughty. Arousing.

Suddenly, she’s on the verge of something wilder than she’s ever experienced before. Two seductive men, hers for the taking – if she can handle the heat.

If double trouble is dangerous, watch out for the power of three…


I’ll admit, I’m slightly disappointed by this book but I think that’s because I didn’t realise it was part of a series that was a spin-off of another series so I had no idea of who a lot of the other people were.

Plus there was a lot of other people in this story!

But once I’d gotten used to everyone I should be okay, right? Wrong.

I couldn’t stand Tristan and it took Jules a while to grow on me. Even Randy –aka Sparks– was irritating at the start. I very nearly gave up at like 5% but decided to push through because I really do like M/F/M fiction.

So I don’t want to just bash this book because I did give it 3 stars, not 1, but the only good things I’ve got is that the sex scenes were good and I really ended up liking Sparks. In fact, I was also half hoping that Tristan would end up dropping out of the poly relationship. I know! Unpopular opinion!

Maybe I didn’t like him because he used the term ‘raspberry nipple’ twice and both times I was like ‘…what??’

Overall, I wish I’d read the previous books and series so that I could understand all the other characters and I wish that I could’ve connected more with Tristan so that I could’ve enjoyed it more.

I’d probably read another book by the authors as I found the writing really good.

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