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Choosing Us: M/M Romance (More Than Friends Book 10) by [Grace, Aria]
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Book 10 in the More Than Friends series. Can be read as a standalone but references to Book 3 Choosing Happy are made. Consider reading Choosing Happy first for maximum enjoyment.

Steve and Joey have a perfect life. They're happy with the home they've built together and have no plans to change anything. When Joey runs into Adam, a past coworker from his days at a male brothel, old feelings are stirred up.

Adam has been living on the streets, barely getting by, but not without resorting to a vice he thought he'd long kicked. He's losing hope and afraid to trust anyone when Joey walks back into his life.

While searching for a missing friend, Joey finds Adam in a park. Sick and alone, Joey can't leave him. He takes him home, knowing he and Steve can help him find what he's looking for.

It's awkward at first, but feelings between the three men quickly develop. Promises for a future are made but Adam has no intention of being around long enough to see them fulfilled.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2190 KB
  • Print Length: 213 pages
  • Publisher: Surrendered Press (10 October 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B013S3EZ6A
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #223,913 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Beautifully written! 20 February 2016
By In Mom's Opinion... - Published on
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MS. Grace's "More Than Friends" series definitely sucked me in! She does an amazing job of character development; taking a character (Steve) who I wouldn't have stopped for in a crosswalk in her second book in the series (Drunk in Love) to a man that I could see healing in her third book (Choosing Happy) to someone I'd welcome into the family in "Choosing Us". (tenth in the series). I was a little skeptical about the premise when I started this one - "non-traditional" (read as three way) relationship stories don't usually balance well. This is a definite exception. The disparity between the personalities of the men involved, in my opinion, makes it work. Like almost all of her work - steamy and well written!
4.0 out of 5 stars Loved It! 16 November 2016
By Krissy - Published on
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I have enjoyed all the books in this series that I've read so far. Choosing Us is probably one of my favorites. I already really liked Steve and Joey going into this story so I wasn't sure how I'd like a third being brought into their relationship. But Adam was just so sweet and broken you can't help but love him. He needed the protection and feeling of security that Steve and Joey could provide and I thought Adam fit in perfectly.

I loved that this was more of a slow burn. The 3 didn't just jump right into bed together. The attraction and feelings slowly came into play after they spent time together and slowly got to know each other. Adam was brought into the fold slowly and with careful thought and consideration. I thought it was done beautifully.

You really get gut punched by feels around the 80% mark and I'm so glad everything worked out and the book ended with everybody truly getting what they needed. This has been a great addition to the series.

Side Note: I listened to the audiobook and will comment I thought Michael Ferraiuolo did a pretty good job.

**A free copy of the book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review**
5.0 out of 5 stars What a stellar ending 8 March 2017
By TL Travis - Published on
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To such a great series. Love is versatile and can be found in many ways. I really enjoyed the series and am glad I read them in order.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 7 January 2017
By Apotts - Published on
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Love this entire series and this one didn't disappoint.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Too soft and cuddly... 11 April 2016
By buddysgirl1 - Published on
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This story was too predictable. The love story of Steve and Joey was well documented in Book 3 so there was no need to add a third person. I did not like the terms of endearment from Steve right after meeting Adam. Nothing wrong with m/m romance and passion, but using terms such as sweetheart and sweetie just turns me off.