Review: Three by RJ Scott

Note: This ARC was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

Three is a short story by author RJ Scott that was originally published by Dreamspinner Press in 2010 under the title Two Plus One and underwent significant changes prior to its re-release under Love Lane Books Ltd. Here have Mark Gatlin, a returning Army veteran who wants to pursue his dream of having his self-penned script become a launching pad for a television pilot. Taking his chances, he heads to the studio where his favorite show is being shot and soon draws the attention of one of the show's lead stars, Zach Cassidy. When Zach introduces him to his co-star, Rob Kelly, the last thing Mark ever expected was to be caught in the middle of two hot actors. Soon, both his personal and professional lives surpass all fantasies.

Less than fifty pages, this was a really quick read that hit quite high on the heat index. It's fast pace has Mark's life going from one change to another, and his own unlikely relationship with both Zach and Rob lead him down a path he never dared dream for himself. There were certain parts of the story that did have abrupt transitions and I would have liked to read about how Mark's separate relationships with Zach and Rob evolved rather than it suddenly be at a point where they were all together in one house. The ending was sudden and I was left hanging, almost as if there was something more to follow. Still, Three was an overall entertaining read and one I really think would translate well as a full-length novel. 3.5 stars. ♥

Release Date: 11 March 2016

Date Read: 11 March 2016

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