Reeve Jenkins is an amateur musician playing in a dive bar. Grant McGuire is a man drowning his sorrows in beer after a painful breakup. When Reeve charms a reluctant Grant into coming home with him, they begin a three-year friendship with some very nice benefits.
But when the two gorgeous men walk into Hawk Point Tavern—the bar Rachael Bradford owns—one evening and greet each other with a kiss, it sets off a chain of events that leads to a steamy night and maybe something more for the trio.
If you're looking for a story with a fully fleshed out plot and character development, keep moving. Three Shots is all about the sex. It's pretty hot sex, but it is just sex.
That said, I enjoyed reading it. I liked all the characters, even if I didn't really feel like I knew them. In a sub-100 page story with three MC's, I'd be really surprised if everything was fully fleshed out, to tell you the truth.
Three Shots starts when Reeve Jenkins, who is a musician playing in a bar called Aces sees Grant McGuire in the audience and decides he wants to meet the guy. Grant is in Aces having a few beers after breaking up with his girlfriend. The first third of the book covers their first two sexual encounters and also them wanting to keep things casual and maybe bring in a third, every now and again. The remainder happens when they meet Rachel Bradford and very quickly talk her into spending the night with the both of them.
And it's hot. Oh, so hot. Did things move too quickly? Oh, hell yes. What started as a one night stand sends all three reeling a bit when they all want more. I would have enjoyed this story more if I could have gotten to know all three of them and really saw their connection, rather than just hearing the Cliff's Notes version of their pasts and such. Three Shots isn't bad for what we get, though, but there really isn't a lot of substance here.
Would I recommend it? If you're looking for a short, erotic MMF story, then sure. It will fill the bill, nicely. If you want something more, though, then you might want to keep looking.
Review copy of Three Shots was generously provided by the author, in exchange for an honest review.