MMF READER REQUEST ALERT!! This one makes me blush but I definitely have a few favorites to kick it off. 😉 Although, to be honest, I just found out there’s a difference between MMF and MFM (and I’ve read more MFM). But I’ve got some of the others under my belt too. You see what I did there?
Could you do a MMF list? I don’t even know if you read them. Just a suggestion.
I LOVE your blog.
I certainly have. 😉 Here are some of my favorites:
- Beyond Eden by Kele Moon (check out my Book Review)
- Tempted by Megan Hart (check out my Book Review)
- The Reluctant Dom by Tymber Dalton (actually this one is MFM but it’s HOTTTTTTT!)
Yamara says, “Tempted for sure! Gah that book.”
Michelle loved Beyond Eden.
Anna adds, “I loved Beyond Eden sooooo much! The intensity in that book was definitely felt by me!”
Jessica clarifies, “The Reluctant Dom is MFM as there is no sexual interaction with the men. One of my all-time favorites!”
Mona exclaims, “Love this one! I’ve read it many, many times and cry every time!! ❤️❤️❤️”
Now, how about you guys? Any favorites we should add?
Reader-Recommended M/M/F Books
- A Table For Three (New York Series Book 1) by Lainey Reese.
Linda shares, “Table for Three was sooo steamy and really worshipped their woman. I don’t know, that genre just makes me happy.”
Erin G adds, “Reading A Table for Three – gotta throw in some hot smut every so often :)”
Dawn admits, “I’ve recently read Table for Three and The Barter System…never read ménage before…it.is.HOT! Lol! (Blushing!)”
Andrea confesses, “Table for Three by Lainey Reese. I never thought I could read a book about that; I found myself blushing but unable to put it down. Steamy love scenes!”
Rebecka reminisces, “A very long time ago, I read a book called Table for Three (New York, Book 1). It was my first ahem adult book. And I loved it! (Really, my husband loved it blush) Now I’ve read a lot more since then, and a lot more alternative stuff that makes Table for Three practically Vanilla…”
Nicole Edwards has some too, doesn’t she? 🤔
Tav says, “Travis (Alluring Indulgence Book 3) by Nicole Edwards.”
Debi shares, “I just re-read Travis by Nicole Edwards. I think he is my favorite Walker brother so far.”
Renee exclaims, “My first M/m/f book was Nicole Edwards’ Club Destiny Series. Oh, how hard I fell in love with Sierra, Luke, and Cole…the whole series, actually. I was a little worried about reading the m/m parts as I just thought it would weird me out. That said, I don’t know what I was so worried about because it’s so beautifully written you just fall in love with their love story.”
Renee adds, “Who knew an m/f/m read could really hook me. That’s Nicole Edwards, of course.”
Stephnie recommends Sinners Double Time (Sinners on Tour Book 5) by Olivia Cunning. Although it is book 5 of Sinners on Tour.
Tammy agrees, calling it “another one of my favorite series. EVER.”
Stephnie agrees, “Yep, one of the first series I read after getting back into reading.”
LucyLou declares, “Just finished Double Time and LOOOOVED IT! Even though the story was out of order, I really, really enjoyed reading about Trey, Reagan, and Ethan. Reagan says it all with this quote: ‘Trey rocked her world. And Ethan made it spin.'”
Erica points out that Hard Rock Harlots by Kendall Grey has some in the second and third book. But it’s best to read the whole series in order.
Kendall says, “There’s also MMF in the fourth Hard Rock Harlots book, Rock (Hard Rock Harlots Book 4). 😁”
Tammy adds, “Erica, one of my favorite series. EVER.”
Jean gushes, “I love the Hard Rock Harlots series!…It’s one of those rocker series you will never forget! So different! Raunchy and hot!”
Sharon comments on The Billionaire Bad Boys Club (The Billionaires Book 1) by Emma Holly, “I just finished it and it is recommendation-worthy! It actually had a good story with tons of steamy you-know-what! M/M, M/F, M/M/F, M/F/M, just what I have been looking for! Two high school friends meet and bond over abusive fathers. They make it big and meet their girl.”
Amy chimes in, “‘M/M, M/F, M/M/F, M/F/M, just what I have been looking for!’ <— This, my friends, is me liking that comment. O.M.G. that was hilarious. cackling“
Kelly suggests The Texas Siren series by Lexi Blake. Also, her Nights in Bliss series crosses over. They are all trios, some are MMF, others are MFM.
Lisa recommends a 3-book series, Curing Doctor Vincent, Surviving Doctor Vincent, and Loving Doctor Vincent by Renea Mason. She points out that it’s a really erotic MMMF triangle (quadrangle, actually). She adds, “You kind of have to have an open mind about polyamorous relationships…but it’s hot hot hot!!! I floved it, and it opened up a whole new genre to me!!!”
Angela praises The Devil’s Playground by Ashley Jade and Complicated Hearts. She loves the books. ❤️
Kate Stewart adds, “The Devil and the Devil’s Advocate.”
Angela agrees, “So good🔥🔥🔥”
Grey comments, “The Devil (Cards of Love series) by Ashley Jade…Humina, Humina. Wowsa, I’m living in my Spotify, and gah, this is alllll sorts of forbiddenny. Squeeeee“
MichelleS interjects, “I picked this solely based on Grey’s Goodreads review… ‘five, baby, five hot AF stars.’ I mean, seriously? How can I not?”
Heather mentions Sierra Simone’s newest Thornchapel series.
Karen adds, “Sierra Simone’s New Camelot and Thornchapel series.”
Crystal gushes, “American Queen (New Camelot Book 1) series by Sierra Simone. 😍🔥🙌🏼”
Devin asserts, “American Queen is a must.”
Tessa shares, “…they aren’t your typical MMF. There is far more to go through as far as what’s going on. …It is an ‘everyone together’ type rather than two guys with the same girl. Though, again, I have to finish the last one, American King. After the last one, my heart is all scared to read it.”
Joy exclaims, “New Camelot Series (to die for good).”
R. Renee declares, “The whole New Camelot series! I can’t even. I need to read that again start to finish STAT!!!”
Diana mentions Girl Most Likely To and Susie’s Choice, both by Barbara Elsborg.
Teri loves Barbara Elsborg, saying, “She writes fabulous m/m and f/m with intense emotion.”
Kylie recommends Naughty Wishes Part I by Joey W. Hill (it’s a 4-part book, but she thinks it will eventually be released as a single book).
Melissa suggests Tymber Dalton’s Love Slave for Two (Siren Publishing Menage Amour with Manlove) series.
Carrie shares, “Tymber Dalton Love Slave for Two series. It’s another sharing-a-girl book, but the love between the men is strong. And the trip they take in the RV is hilarious!!!”
Erica brings up the 69 Bottles series by Zoey Derrick.
Nicole comments, “69 Bottles (by Zoey Derrick) books 1-3 are in a box set… I have only read #1 so far, but it was good. I see above that #4 is out. I will have to get all caught up now! :)”
Amy exclaims, “That’s all kinds of crazy hotness, Nicole! It says M/M/F, M/F/M, M/F, F/M, M/M…dang!! 😛”
Katherine shares, “69 Bottles… I really like this rock star series – especially how the previous couples still overlap into the current story.”
Betty Lee reminds us that Cara McKenna has a few, although she can’t remember the names right now.
Sara suggests Three, Two, One: 321 by J.A. Huss and Laid Bare (A Brown Family Novel Book 1) by Lauren Dane – the Brown Siblings.
Joy loved 321, saying, “I LOVED IT!!! I didn’t want to put it down, so if you’re wavering on whether to one-click it… JUST DO IT!!! It’s not going to appeal to everyone, so be warned.”
Sofia Grey mentions, “Allyson Lindt writes some of the hottest ménage ever! Check out this one: Their Nerd: An MMF Ménage Romance (Two Plus One Book 1).”
Nicole points out Rule of Three by Kelly Jamieson.
Becca comments, “If the ménage theme piques your interest, you should also check out The Rule of Three by Kelly Jamieson…hot book with an actual story.”
Karen adds, “Rule of Three is a menage read, which is out of my comfort zone, but I enjoyed it.”
Gabri recommends Misadventures of a Curvy Girl (Misadventures Book 18) by Sierra Simone. It’s MFM.
Melissa suggests The Neighborly Affection series by M.Q. Barber.
Michele loved Beyond Her Desire (A Beyond Surrender Romance Book 3) by Nicky F. Grant and calls it one of her favorite reads this year.
R. Renee remarks, “Thanks to Nicky F. Grant’s Beyond Her Desire… I’m over my book slump!! I finished it Thursday and loved it.”
Michele G shares her favorite “just because” quote from the book, “‘His jeans, I assume, were meant to be loose, but all he’s packing makes them tight.’ You just have to love an introduction that makes you sit up and say, ‘Well hello there…’ And that’s how you meet Fox. Loving this book!!”
Kylie mentions Vampire Mistress: A Vampire Queen Series Novel and Vampire Trinity: A Vampire Queen Series Novel by Joey W. Hill. She notes that they are two amazing books with the same characters – Gideon, Daegan, and Anwyn – part of the Vampire Queen series. She adds that you could read them both as standalone books, separate from the others in this series. Also in this series is Taken By A Vampire: A Vampire Queen Series Novel by Joey W. Hill, another amazing read.
Musette raves, “Joey W. Hill writes like no other author…she has spoiled me for anyone else now!!! Can’t recommend the Vampire Queen series highly enough…the best vampire books ever (yes, even better than BDB…forgive me JRW!). I love all Joey’s books…but the Vampire Queens are my absolute faves of hers, especially Vampire Mistress and Trinity, #5 & #6 in the series. Definitely top of the ‘must read’ list!”
Vanessa agrees, “If you enjoy erotica or erotic/romance, you HAVE to read anything by Joey W. Hill. Her Vampire Queen Series and Nature of Desire Series are amazing!”
Sharon mentions Sugar Daddies by Jade West, saying it was a nice surprise. She enjoyed it because it had MMF, which she likes. But the story itself was actually good and it was a bargain. Now she needs something light.
Anna adds, “I also loved Genetic Attraction by Tara Lain. It’s an MMF story ultimately, but the M/M portion of it is very strong. And one of the guys is straight only for the female in the story, so it’s an interesting reversal of the GFY.”
So, there you have it! A collection of our favorite MMF romance books. Feel free to dive in and enjoy the steamy love scenes and engaging stories. And remember, if you’re craving more book recommendations, make sure to check out Ratingperson for all your reading needs!