Review: Sofie’s Boys by Jenika Snow
Publication Date: June 10th, 2019
Rating: 5 Stars
Official Blurb: I fell in love with two men. I thought being with them both—at the same time—would be complicated.
But it was easy. It was perfect.
One of them was twice my age.
The other was the boy I grew up with.
Both of them were so very different, but they gave me exactly what I wanted, exactly what I needed.
Ryker was a bad boy with looks that had my panties dropping from day one. He knew exactly where to touch me to make me cry out for more.
He was also my best friend.
Jareth was older, refined and experienced. He knew how to make me beg for more with just a dominant look.
He was also my boss.
Although they were possessive and jealous where I was concerned, they accepted I was in a relationship with both of them.
Ryker and Jareth only demanded one thing from me ... to only be with them.
But had the time come for me to choose one?
How wrong would it be to keep them both?
Review: From the minute I read the blurb to this book, I knew I wanted to read it. I mean, who wouldn’t want to be in Sofie’s shoes? Ms. Snow captivated me from the first page, and I could not put it down.
Sofie is at a point in her life where she finds herself in a relationship with not one, but two different men. One is her best friend and the boy she grew up with, while the other is twenty years older than her, and her boss. They both bring different things to the relationship, and there is no way that she could ever chose between them, because she loves them both very much. But what happens when Sofie starts to question everything? Can she live her HEA with them both, or will they force her to choose between them?
This is a super safe read, and I really liked the fact that there wasn’t any drama at all. Ryker and Jareth are both so very different, and I loved each of them in my own way. There is so much passion, chemistry, and hot and sexy moments throughout this book, and it consumed me from the time I sat down, until I finished. I just couldn’t stop reading! The epilogues are also amazing as well, and honestly, I would love to see more from these three.