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Miranda Lee Jenkins has been the subject of local gossip all her life, and has hated every minute of it. The last straw comes when she finds out her low-down-snake of a boyfriend has been cheating on her and everyone in the ever lovin’ town knew it! Including her secret crush… Or, to be more accurate, secret crushes! Wyatt has wanted Randi Lee for as long as he’s known her Miranda Lee Jenkins has been the subject of local gossip all her life, and has hated every minute of it. The last straw comes when she finds out her low-down-snake of a boyfriend has been cheating on her and everyone in the ever lovin’ town knew it! Including her secret crush… Or, to be more accurate, secret crushes! Wyatt has wanted Randi Lee for as long as he’s known her, and when his lover Jon meets the little spitfire, he wants her, too. The men know that no other woman can complete their family the way Randi can. Now, they just have to convince Randi that a love like theirs is worth giving the folks in town Something to Talk About!


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Miranda Lee Jenkins has been the subject of local gossip all her life, and has hated every minute of it. The last straw comes when she finds out her low-down-snake of a boyfriend has been cheating on her and everyone in the ever lovin’ town knew it! Including her secret crush… Or, to be more accurate, secret crushes! Wyatt has wanted Randi Lee for as long as he’s known her Miranda Lee Jenkins has been the subject of local gossip all her life, and has hated every minute of it. The last straw comes when she finds out her low-down-snake of a boyfriend has been cheating on her and everyone in the ever lovin’ town knew it! Including her secret crush… Or, to be more accurate, secret crushes! Wyatt has wanted Randi Lee for as long as he’s known her, and when his lover Jon meets the little spitfire, he wants her, too. The men know that no other woman can complete their family the way Randi can. Now, they just have to convince Randi that a love like theirs is worth giving the folks in town Something to Talk About!

30 review for Something To Talk About

  1. 5 out of 5

    Joletta

    There is no way to say this without sounding arrogant, but Something To Talk About surprised me. This book wasn't just a hot three-way. Oh, there was plenty of three-way action, and boy-howdy was it HOT, it's just that there was way more to the story than the blurb led you to believe. Jon and Wy are in a committed relationship, they are both in love and in lust with each other. Having made that clear, they are both equally in love and lust with Randi Lee. They want her in their lives, not just t There is no way to say this without sounding arrogant, but Something To Talk About surprised me. This book wasn't just a hot three-way. Oh, there was plenty of three-way action, and boy-howdy was it HOT, it's just that there was way more to the story than the blurb led you to believe. Jon and Wy are in a committed relationship, they are both in love and in lust with each other. Having made that clear, they are both equally in love and lust with Randi Lee. They want her in their lives, not just their beds. Some MMF books feel forced, it usually comes down to an equation; tab A to slot B type stuff. Something To Talk About pulls away from the crowd through depth and emotion. Randi Lee grew up surrounded by the clannish personality that a lot of small towns acquire. Her family scandal tainted her, a poor decision led to another scandal, recovering from THAT led to a mini internal meltdown that culminated into her running away to a big city to start over. Wyatt grew up with Randi Lee and knows all about the skeletons hiding in her closet. Openly having a gay relationship in the afore mentioned small minded town is only possible (comfort wise) due to the fact that his momma is more than willing to put the smack down and tell all the tales about anyone who decides to snub her son and his partner. He realizes that Randi Lee doesn't have that luxury and while he and Jon want her desperately, he understands that her need to keep tongues from wagging is a conditioned response. The writing duo that is Violet Summers has beautifully penned a realistic novel of love, lust, forgiveness and redemption. There were no easy answers in this book, the characters didn't fall in love and automatically live a fairy tale ending. These three worked for their relationship and made the conscious, informed decision to ignore the outside worlds opinion of them. This book will definitely leave you with Something To Talk About.

  2. 5 out of 5

    MsRomanticReads

    Her mother was promiscuous, her father ran off with his 18 year old secretary and Miranda "Randi" Lee has just caught her boyfriend with another woman. Her humiliation is thorough and complete now. It turns out the entire town knew about her cheating bf, but instead of telling her, they gossiped behind her back. To make matters worse, her two biggest crushes, childhood friend Wyatt and his lover Jon, also knew all about it. Jon being the small town's Sheriff just got a front row seat to her melt Her mother was promiscuous, her father ran off with his 18 year old secretary and Miranda "Randi" Lee has just caught her boyfriend with another woman. Her humiliation is thorough and complete now. It turns out the entire town knew about her cheating bf, but instead of telling her, they gossiped behind her back. To make matters worse, her two biggest crushes, childhood friend Wyatt and his lover Jon, also knew all about it. Jon being the small town's Sheriff just got a front row seat to her meltdown. Jon has had a crush on Randi Lee from the first time he met her, and Wyatt since they were in school together. He and Wyatt have waited a long time to bring her into their lifestyle. Now that she's single, Jon can't hold off any longer. Together, Jon and Wyatt talk her into their bed. Randi Lee's fantasy finally came true, but the morning after casts a harsh light on reality – they want her, a family, children. That's unthinkable in a small town full of gossipers and small-mindedness. She can't and won't let herself become the center of attention or humiliation ever again. What does she do? She runs. Fast forward two years later. Randi finally finished nursing school and works in a bigger city. She hasn't forgotten Jon or Wyatt or their night that rocked her world, but she won't go back. Jon and Wyatt haven't fared much better in the past two years, but they still want her. Time has only made their small town even more intolerant of their lifestyle, so after a little sleuthing, they find out where Randi Lee. It's time for a change of location and to get their woman back. That may prove more difficult than they first thought. I loved Wyatt and Jon. The description of their love for each other was raw, passionate and heart-felt; enough to make hetero couples envious. Randi disappointed me the most in this story. Her waffling and giving gossipers so much power over her life made her unlikeable, at least to me. She runs from them at least four times in this very short story that I almost wanted Jon and Wyatt to just let her go and concentrate on themselves. In the end, she has her little epiphany and all's well that ends well. There's a lot of steamy sex in this story – m/m, m/f, m/m/f – you've been warned :)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Michelle K

    Randi Lee, Wyatt and Jon's book. Something to Talk About was a great purchase. I think it was one of my impulse Twitter buys. Anyhow I wasn't disappointed. In fact I liked it alot. Considering I had never heard of the author before I took a leap. I really like menage books and I especially like when the book is written that the men are bi. To me nothing is hotter than two men pouring their lust and emotion over one woman yet caress, twine their hands together and kiss themselves as well. I liked Randi Lee, Wyatt and Jon's book. Something to Talk About was a great purchase. I think it was one of my impulse Twitter buys. Anyhow I wasn't disappointed. In fact I liked it alot. Considering I had never heard of the author before I took a leap. I really like menage books and I especially like when the book is written that the men are bi. To me nothing is hotter than two men pouring their lust and emotion over one woman yet caress, twine their hands together and kiss themselves as well. I liked that the book never hesitated to have the men express how much they loved each other. I liked that Wyatt and Jon's background was explained. It was good to know that they had been friends for two years before becoming lovers and once they were lovers, they were very committed to each other. Wyatt had been pinning for Randi Lee since high school. He had talked to Jon so much about Randi Lee, that Jon was 1/2 in love with her before they even met. Jon was the town sheriff and Wyatt was a former rodeo cowboy settled to working on a ranch. One night when Randi Lee discovered her cheating no good boyfriend openly cheating the went into a fit of rage. (enter the Carrie Underwood song) Jon stopped Randi from beating up the truck, took her home to Wyatt for a night a love and passion and for next two years tried to get back that same night of passion. The conflict of the story was Randi Lee's paranoia about people gossiping and talking behind her back. I thought it was legit but carryed on a little long. However it was a nice read and included super hot menage scenes. I quite enjoyed the book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Miranda "Randi" Lee Jenkins grew up under the small town microscope from her parents failings to finding out her boyfriend has been stepping on her for too long to count, of course none of the gossips cared enough to tell her instead she found out in a public and humilitating way. When one of her secret crushes steps in to help, it makes matters worse to find out he knew as well. Officer Jon just wants to cradle his Randi Lee and shower her with kisses, but he knows the timing is not right for t Miranda "Randi" Lee Jenkins grew up under the small town microscope from her parents failings to finding out her boyfriend has been stepping on her for too long to count, of course none of the gossips cared enough to tell her instead she found out in a public and humilitating way. When one of her secret crushes steps in to help, it makes matters worse to find out he knew as well. Officer Jon just wants to cradle his Randi Lee and shower her with kisses, but he knows the timing is not right for that. His lover Wyatt has been waiting for fifteen years to be able to tell Randi how he feels. Wyatt had long ago told Jon that she is what they would need to feel complete, initially Jon thought it was just healthy day dreaming but from the moment he set eyes on her he knew it was true. Now that Randi is free, both Jon and Wyatt plan to show her how great their life could be. 3.75, well worth the read. The only thing I knocked it for was it was a bit melodramatic while Randi tried to move past what others thought rather than what she wanted to make herself whole.

  5. 5 out of 5

    XI

    Can't lie all I thought at first was weak weak woman, hiding from your life because people will gossip! Boofreakinghoo! I'm of the School of if no one talks about you, you are nobody so for that reason couldn't even empathise with her! Running away like a scared kitty.... I was disgusted!! Here are two guys that clearly adore you, and you're all in ur past girl bye.. no sympathy! And then you full on deny them because you don't want anyone to look at you or what! Why don't you become wallpaper th Can't lie all I thought at first was weak weak woman, hiding from your life because people will gossip! Boofreakinghoo! I'm of the School of if no one talks about you, you are nobody so for that reason couldn't even empathise with her! Running away like a scared kitty.... I was disgusted!! Here are two guys that clearly adore you, and you're all in ur past girl bye.. no sympathy! And then you full on deny them because you don't want anyone to look at you or what! Why don't you become wallpaper then! God I was so pissed! I hate people that roll over and play dead. Ewwww! If she was a friend I would stop speaking to her till she grew a set!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Crystal

    I liked it

  7. 4 out of 5

    jenjn79

    Bought this one as a random bi-menage buy on the All Romance Ebooks website. I'd read a few other books by the author so I figured I'd probably like it. It was a fairly decent book, though not really great. Series Note: No known series connections. Summary: Growing up with a slut mother, Randi Jenkins was always the subject of gossip. Even if she, herself, had done nothing to earn it. Then she finds her boyfriend cheating on her and goes a little crazy, sending the gossips running. Randi is horrifie Bought this one as a random bi-menage buy on the All Romance Ebooks website. I'd read a few other books by the author so I figured I'd probably like it. It was a fairly decent book, though not really great. Series Note: No known series connections. Summary: Growing up with a slut mother, Randi Jenkins was always the subject of gossip. Even if she, herself, had done nothing to earn it. Then she finds her boyfriend cheating on her and goes a little crazy, sending the gossips running. Randi is horrified. But things get even more complicated when a long-time crush, and supposedly gay friend takes her home and he and his lover confess that they've wanted Randi for a long time. Randi gives in that night, but realizes what she'd be setting herself up for if she stayed with them as they wanted. The gossips would really have something to talk about then! So she high tails it out of town. A few years pass before Jon Denton and Wyatt Morgan finally decide to go after Randi. It's obvious when they confront her that the chemistry is still there, but Randi is still extremely wary of public opinion and keeps shooting them down. It isn't until tragedy strikes that Randi begins to realize that it doesn't matter what other people think. Review: The summary of this book is just a little misleading. It gives you the impression that Randi finds her boyfriend cheating and decides to say screw what people think and goes after what she really wants. It doesn't quite go like that. Randi fights her feelings for Wyatt and Jon for pretty much the entire book because she is so afraid of what people think. I was a bit disappointed in that because I thought this would be a book with a stronger heroine who took charge and got what she wanted, public opinion be damned. Initially I liked that she was concerned about drawing attention because of the possibility of getting involved in an unconventional relationship. Because that's realistic. But then I got annoyed as the book went on and it went a bit overboard with Randi's obsessive avoidance of doing anything to draw attention to herself and over-worrying what people think of her. She lets things happen to her that she shouldn't solely because she doesn't want to be talked about. I wanted to tell her to grow a pair. The characters were pretty good. I mostly liked all three of them. And there's a nice amount of emotional development during the story. I did wish there was a bit more about Wyatt and Jon's past about how they met, how they got involved, their sexuality, and all that. I was left wondering a few things about them. I think the one thing I disliked most about the book, though, was that the relationship between Jon and Wyatt, with existed for quite a while prior to the point this story starts, became too dependent upon Randi's involvement. It really took something away from their relationship when their relationship suffered because she wasn't there. It was an injustice to what they had together. And I also wish there had been more scenes focusing just on the relationship between Jon and Wyatt. But even though there were things about the book that bugged me, I still mostly liked it. It was better than some bi-menage books that I've read. WARNING, this book contains: explicit sex and language, m/f, m/m, m/f/m, bi-menage HEA, oral, anal, slight D/s element, rimming/ass play, etc etc

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    There’s nothing Miranda Lee Jenkins hates more than being the subject of gossip. Her family has been the talk of her small town Randi Lee’s entire life and finding out her no-account boyfriend has been two-timing her while everyone knew about it is just about the icing on the top of a cyanide-filled cake. Taking a bat to ex’s car doesn’t help with stemming the tide of gossip, but it does set Randi Lee right in the path of the sheriff, Jon Denton. Jon fell for Randi Lee the minute he first laid ey There’s nothing Miranda Lee Jenkins hates more than being the subject of gossip. Her family has been the talk of her small town Randi Lee’s entire life and finding out her no-account boyfriend has been two-timing her while everyone knew about it is just about the icing on the top of a cyanide-filled cake. Taking a bat to ex’s car doesn’t help with stemming the tide of gossip, but it does set Randi Lee right in the path of the sheriff, Jon Denton. Jon fell for Randi Lee the minute he first laid eyes on her, and his lover, Wyatt Morgan, has been in love with her since high school. Jon and Wyatt are secure in their love for each other, but they also know they want Randi Lee, not just in their bed, but in their hearts and lives. Seducing Randi Lee is easy. Convincing her they’re playing for keeps is harder. And proving to Randi Lee that true love is worth giving people something to talk about is nearly impossible. It’s a good thing Wyatt and Jon are more than up to the task. Something to Talk About sizzles from the start and doesn’t let up. Violet Summers has once again delivered a story that both melts the heart and fires the blood with not two, but three protagonists who will make you cheer for their happily ever after. Randi Lee is a strong, intelligent woman, but she’s also a very private person. This makes it hard for her to step outside the bounds of what society considers a “normal” relationship. I understood her dilemma, but at the same time I wanted to see her step outside her comfort zone to grab her chance at happiness with the men who love her. Wyatt and Jon are definitely men worth risking everything for. They complement one another perfectly and don’t have to do anything to make a woman burn from twenty paces away. Each man is patient, though not inhumanly so, and oh-so-giving. They also have an off-the-charts sex appeal, which I admit doesn’t hurt the package one bit. I fell for them right from the start and will freely admit I wouldn’t mind being in Randi Lee’s place. All in all, I’d say that Something to Talk About is a genuinely entertaining story that sweeps you away and gives you two men, and a great romance, that’s definitely something to dream about. Reviewed for Joyfully Reviewed.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tracey

    Randi/Miranda, Jon & Wy are great characters. Randi is feisty but wants/needs love but afraid of people talking about her which is typical in small towns & her parents having been the talk of the town while growing up. Jon wears his heart on his sleeve. Wy is affectionate & funny. The love that Jon & Wy share is amazing & you can feel it in the authors descriptions. Randi completes the trio & they are HOT together but also fireworks of love burst when they are together. I laughed, teared up a co Randi/Miranda, Jon & Wy are great characters. Randi is feisty but wants/needs love but afraid of people talking about her which is typical in small towns & her parents having been the talk of the town while growing up. Jon wears his heart on his sleeve. Wy is affectionate & funny. The love that Jon & Wy share is amazing & you can feel it in the authors descriptions. Randi completes the trio & they are HOT together but also fireworks of love burst when they are together. I laughed, teared up a couple of times, heart raced at times but I leave this story completely satisfied that these 3 characters are in the relationship forever. The only con I can give are the typographical errors and a few grammatical errors - they can get annoying at times. I'm not sure who at the publishers or e-readers that proof read it - but that is my pet peeve. Where do I sign up to be a proof reader for some of these authors/publishers?

  10. 4 out of 5

    Candice

    Wow. So Randi Lee got on my nerves too much. She cared too much what people thought. Very wishy washy. I don't know why Wyatt and Jon put up with it to be honest. I couldn't handle her attitude. I don't care what she used to put up with. 2 stars from me because I couldn't stand Randi Lee :( Wow. So Randi Lee got on my nerves too much. She cared too much what people thought. Very wishy washy. I don't know why Wyatt and Jon put up with it to be honest. I couldn't handle her attitude. I don't care what she used to put up with. 2 stars from me because I couldn't stand Randi Lee :(

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tabatha

    This one was just okay and I really wanted to like it. I think it was the fact that Randi Lee annoyed me to almost the very end. She was very worried about what others thought and said of her. I just felt she wasn't being fair to the guys by caring more about what was being said than she cared about them. Unfortunately this one just rubbed me wrong. This one was just okay and I really wanted to like it. I think it was the fact that Randi Lee annoyed me to almost the very end. She was very worried about what others thought and said of her. I just felt she wasn't being fair to the guys by caring more about what was being said than she cared about them. Unfortunately this one just rubbed me wrong.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Summer

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  13. 5 out of 5

    Jezi

    Before reading this books I recommend listening to or reading the lyrics to the country song "Before He Cheats" by Carrie Underwood. This song describes the first couple of pages of the book. This was an excellent read with a lot of emotion. Before reading this books I recommend listening to or reading the lyrics to the country song "Before He Cheats" by Carrie Underwood. This song describes the first couple of pages of the book. This was an excellent read with a lot of emotion.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    This book was pretty hot. I think Jon and Wyatt are smokin'! This book was pretty hot. I think Jon and Wyatt are smokin'!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lily

    2.5

  16. 5 out of 5

    Booklovingirl

    Not my favorite Violet Summers book, but a good easy-going menage. Violet is great with intimate scenes. You can't go wrong. Not my favorite Violet Summers book, but a good easy-going menage. Violet is great with intimate scenes. You can't go wrong.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Alexa

  18. 4 out of 5

    Michele

  19. 4 out of 5

    Trittany

  20. 5 out of 5

    SueM

  21. 4 out of 5

    April

  22. 4 out of 5

    Blue

  23. 4 out of 5

    Silvia

  24. 5 out of 5

    Giddyup

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ds

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tiger

  27. 4 out of 5

    Christal

  28. 5 out of 5

    Emily

  29. 4 out of 5

    Karen

  30. 5 out of 5

    Anita

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