Three means war.
Three sides vying for forever.
My first love.
The bad boy with the dangerous smile and passionate temper draws attention like a lit fuse on dynamite. But his dark molten eyes spark only for me.
My second chance.
Over six feet of Norse god in a tailored suit, he calculates every move and seizes my hungry breaths with an iron fist.
The free-spirited dancer, torn between two men with no resolution in sight.
I tried leaving, staying, refusing, and surrendering.
What options do I have left?
I love two men, and I do the only thing I can. I fight.
4 out of 5 stars
Cannot be read as a standalone
From the way things ended in book 2, I thought that this story was going to contain some suspense and action.
I was completely wrong and slightly disappointed.
For me, Three is a War was just a continuation of the previous book.
Danny is still torn between two great guys, and she knows that she can only have one.
I went into this story without a favorite. I would of been fine with her ending up with both guys, but I have no major complaints about the way things ended.