Spread Your Wings by Jayne Rylon
Men in Blue Series, Book 4
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (October 2013)
267 pages, eBook (purchased myself for $4.24)
Book Rating: 4 Stars
Sensuality: Red Heart
Matt and Clint had been circling Jambrea for a while, finally feeling more comfortable about attempting a shared arrangement, only to pull back once again when they unexpectedly felt confused about their feelings for each other. Jambrea is getting sick of waiting for the guys to figure things out and is ready to give up on them, when her past catches up to her and she needs their help. Given Matt and Clint were being extremely obtuse, considering they had close friends in a three-way relationship with similar beginnings and still they moved so cautiously, but I felt Jambrea was abrasive and annoyingly whiny in the beginning of the story, leaving her less than attractive or engaging. Once things were moving along, I liked her much better and the bickering, playful relationship between the two guys, as it got back to normal, was really nice. The trouble following Jambrea is a bit of a mystery that slowly unravels along the way, but for the most part behind-the-scenes as they hole up in the cabin and wait for the all-clear. The ending left it open for additional sequels, with a couple more match-ups in the works, and I hope to see this series continue. I love the characters and the tight, close-nit family feel of the whole Men in Blue group. Great series!