Meet the Author:
Amelia LeFay is a character of my own imagination. She’s a single woman in her mid twenties in love with sex. Dirty sex, rough sex, sex of any type. She’s not a whore or a slut. She believes a woman should be aloud to sexually express herself anyway she wishes.
She stands for Gay Rights, Women’s Rights, the rights of Minorities, and Environmental protection.
She can be a bitch but doesn’t think there is anything wrong with that.
She has uneven boobs, stretch marks on her ass, astigmatism, and thighs that rub together as she walks. (Which means no pair of jeans last as long as she wishes they would.)
But most importantly Amelia is a Dreamer…she has dreams so big it scares even her, because if she fails…if she can’t make it…she feels like nothing.
The Anatomy of Us
Genre: Bisexual Romance
The stunning conclusion to THE ANATOMY OF JANE…
It’s simple really.
Jane prefers to never get romantically involved with either of the two men that could be the father of her child.
Wesley wants to open another successful restaurant and forget all about the ménage à trois he had with Maxwell and Jane.
Maxwell wants the three of them back together and will do anything to make it happen…even if means getting on his knees.
Three lovers, one love story…
This conclusion was more than satisfying!!!
I loved Jane, Wesley and Max – they were all incredibly likable and intriguing characters. The entire book was right up my alley and a delight to read.
With book 1 ending the way it did, I was more than ready to dive into The Anatomy of Us. There were quite a few hurdles to overcome before my favorite trio finally had their HEA.
Jane, Wesley, and Max were much stronger together than apart. And in book 2 their strength was the heart and soul of this book. Together they weathered any storm. Whatever society threw at their feet – as a unit they were unstoppable.
It made me sad seeing this amazing series coming to an end. It was wonderfully steamy and entertaining. Charming, enchanting and funny. I would read anything by this author, her prose was eloquent and the dialogues were witty and sassy. For a debut novel/series she did a marvelous job!!!