Everything Nice is a stand-alone follow-up to Sugar and Spice.
Allie has always been in love with her best friend Charlie and thought that his other best friend Alex hated her. But she couldn’t have been more wrong – Alex is in love with her AND Charlie, who is in love with Allie.
After Allie returns home from years traveling around the world with an older man and sometimes lover, Alex and Charlie don’t plan to give her up. But Charlie, a dominant heterosexual male who also values traditional monogamy between a man and a woman, is unsure how to deal with his growing feelings for both Alex and Allie. Alex and Allie know what they want – all three of them together as a true trio for life.
The writing of “Everything Nice” is fresh as well as descriptive and Ms. Carr sets up the right amount of believable emotional tension. Charlie’s initiation into homosexual relations is very realistic and shows both the love and domination that resides within his heart and body. The sex scenes whether between Alex and Charlie or Allie and Alex and Charlie are highly erotic and really create a great erotic romance read. Above all, true love radiates throughout the pages even as Charlie struggles with his own battle between convention and desire.
Book Blurb for Everything Nice
Charlie wants Allie. Allie and Alex want each other—and Charlie. But does Charlie want Alex? Plunging headfirst into a ménage is one way to find out…
After Alex confesses to Allie that he wants both her and his best friend Charlie in his bed, Allie skips town like a thief in the night. Now, six years later, Allie is back in their lives, all grown up and more alluring than ever. What starts as a night of three friends catching up turns into intimate explorations in Charlie’s truck…and Alex’s shower…and his king-size bed…
While Alex and Allie are thrilled with the threesome, Charlie struggles with the idea of sharing Allie and with his newfound feelings for his best friend. A hot encounter at the office—with Alex bent over his desk—only confuses Charlie further. It’s up to Alex and Allie to convince him that two plus one can equal love.