Lucy Hills is a victim of her own sense of responsibility. She works for the family business. Is a doormat to her family. And she can’t seem to find a good man. How about two good men? Her yummy neighbors, Doug and Steve, would do wonderfully. She’s watched them from her bedroom window, wishing she was with them. When the situation presents itself, she gets her deepest wish. But they couldn’t possibly want her forever. Or could they?
Steve and Doug have been in love and together for nine years. They’ve shared women in the past, being bisexual instead of strictly gay. They crave a woman to complete their relationship. When Lucy, with her sweetness and sexiness, moves next door, Doug is convinced she’s the one for them. Not wanting to rush her, they seduce her with friendship. When the time is right, and ripe, they make their move on making Lucy theirs, forever.
Friends first, lovers second. I liked that they didn’t just jump into bed together. Lucy had a lot of self-esteem issues that caused some wrinkles in the boys plans, but they didn’t let that stop them. The sex was creative and at times voyeuristically dangerous. This was a read that I was anxious to get back to when I was drawn away from it. I would kill for one man with the qualities these two possess. A delightfully naughty read, with the satisfying aspect of Lucy finding her inner strength and giving hell to those who deserved it.