REVIEW: My Hawaiian Song of Love by A.J. Llewellyn from eXtasy Books

Title: My Hawaiian Song of Love
Author: A.J. Llewellyn
Publisher: eXtasy Books
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Genre: Contemporary, Menage a trois, Gay Romance, GBLT
Publication date: July 2008
ISBN: 978-1-55487-091-2
Length: 353 Pages
Format: e-book
Reviewer: WitchGiggles

Having taken a huge leap of faith by agreeing to move to Hawaii, Katie Garrison is not only dumped by the man who talked her into it, but it’s done the day before they leave. Determined to make the move a positive, the islands bless her decision by fulfilling her immediate needs of job and home, then giving her two gorgeous men who seem to adore her; until secrets are discovered and things go to Hell in a hand basket.

Kahanu and Nohea aren’t just obsessed with Katie, they’re ready to make some big life changes to include her. Problem? They haven’t told Katie that they’re not only both seeing her, but they live together-as a couple- and have for years. The question is does she love them enough to give their menage a real go or will she turn away in disgust?

I ADORE A.J. Llewellyn! The twists and turns in this tale are so well thought out and real, I couldn’t help but feel not only Katie’s pain, but both men’s as well. In a story so vibrant that I could practically smell the gardens, see the mountains, and taste the food (it’s dinner time- oops), the most amazing part was that it was written with all the pain, betrayal, passion, and some of the hottest WOW sex , yet came across as true and not a soap opera. Lucky Katie!


Author: Sassy Brit, Author Assistant

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