911

Drew is a fireman who loves the rush of his job and is looking for a roommate to share costs Scott is a doctor looking for somewhere to live that doesn t leave him rooming with his now ex lover The m

  • Title: 911
  • Author: Chris Owen
  • ISBN: 9781934166529
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Paperback
  • Drew is a fireman who loves the rush of his job, and is looking for a roommate to share costs Scott is a doctor looking for somewhere to live that doesn t leave him rooming with his now ex lover The match seems than perfect when Scott moves in with Drew It s than just costs that they share They find it hard to resist getting to know each other in the most intDrew is a fireman who loves the rush of his job, and is looking for a roommate to share costs Scott is a doctor looking for somewhere to live that doesn t leave him rooming with his now ex lover The match seems than perfect when Scott moves in with Drew It s than just costs that they share They find it hard to resist getting to know each other in the most intimate way, and soon things are heating up enough to make even Drew wonder if they can handle the fire.So what happens when along comes EMT Eric with his blond good looks and boyish smile He seems like the perfect match for Drew and Scott, but just Eric moving in is not all they have to deal with Between family strife and physical injuries, the three of them have to face problems that could tear them apart, and ruin than just their life together, including their careers and their health Will this twosome be able to become a threesome or does it spell disaster for all 911 is full of everything you d expect from this author strongly drawn characters, vulnerable sometimes, but never weak, sizzling hot sex and fascinating exploration of an unconventional, deeply loving relationship.

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    About “Chris Owen

    • Chris Owen

      I live and write in eastern Canada I went to a bunch of schools, learned a lot of things, and now make stuff up because not to do so is unthinkable I m fond of fountain pens, Levenger s Circa system, and Steampunk fashions I m inspired by the day to day minutia of life, and find beauty in the way words go together I like texture and richness of experience I m not shy I m happy, I m learning, I m living.

    411 thoughts on “911

    • This M/M/M story left me a bit confused. Was it contemporary, was it erotica, was it porn with a plot? I honestly wasn't sure.Sure, the plot was fine, but didn't come across as overly-deep. Then some sections of the book went from sex scene to sex scene to sex scene, without even really trying to insert any plot in the middle of all of the naughty bits. This was one story where I think that less sex would've actually made the book more enjoyable, but that may just be me. 3.25 stars.


    • More than I bargained for.Seriously, it wasn't hard to imagine going into this book that I was looking forward to some steamy menage, but what came up and surprised me is how much of a love story got packed in between the sex. Trust me, there's a lot of sex, but then there's emotions expressed through actions. Strong feelings of devotion, caring, and fighting to make a stronger relationship between these guys. What was very cleverly done is how two become three, and how this was never just a men [...]


    • This book made me hug (and molest) TWO of my pillows.I loved it! The beginning and middle parts were the best. That's when Drew and Scott met and when they met Eric and all cum come together.This has the right amount of romance, angst and sex compared to the other Chris Owen books I've read so far. I loved the flow of the story, I loved that we get to see Drew & Scott's journey first instead of meeting them as an established couple. And after Eric admitted he wanted them, they were all over [...]


    • A fireman, a doctor and an Emt walk into a bar. Actually they don't but they do make up three great characters in a really enjoyable ménage story. Drew, Scott and Eric are three very endearing guys and if you like a good threesome then I can't really see you not liking their journey together. I think what I enjoyed the most was that this isn't one of those books were they all meet and within minutes are jumping into bed together doing naughty things, we actually see friendships start first and [...]


    • 3.5 starsYes, there is such a thing as too much sex. I’m quite surprised they could still get it up.Still, the overall fluffy feeling of this book kept me entertained. Except when I started to skip the many many sex scenes that is.The first 40% consisted of Drew and Scott getting together. That went on for a bit too long, we were witness for the first 2 years of their relationship.Things got better when Eric was introduced. I really liked how these two became three. Not because something was m [...]


    • 4.5 stars. This book has some of the most appealing MC's you're going to find, hot sex scenes, emotional moments and a HEA conclusion for three great men. I had a slight problem believing that Drew and Scott would actually invite Eric to live with them. They did that before having decided to include him in their relationship. They weren't even sure he was gay, and it was going to mean going from a private world where sex and loving touches were frequent and uninhibited to having sex only in the [...]


    • More like 3.5 but I just can't round up to 4.I liked the story, the angst and the characters. Eric was just too cute & adorable. He fit in with Drew & Scott perfectly. They all had great chemistry with each other and the problems they faced were very real.I didn't like the authors writing style. I felt this way in another one of her books as well. The author is telling me & telling me what's going on. Show me. If they love each other so much it doesn't need to be stated every page. I [...]


    • Let me quote Public Enemy and say that "911 is a joke." I wanted to read this book because I'd never read a m/m/m menage before. I'd never read anything by Chris Owen either. Well this book sucked and sucked big time, imho. First off, I did not like the dialogue. The main characters kept saying "want you." Who talks like that? Why not "I want you." With three main characters it got difficult to read the dialogue. They also just said "love you" too much. I never felt like the characters were in l [...]


    • I liked that it started out slow, and it started out between Drew and Scott. I wasn't sure about Eric at first, but I ended up really liking him a lot, I thought the three of them worked well together, and that was probably my only real problem with the book, except for the big issue Drew faced after the accident, these guys didn't have any problems. I mean three adult men, all working shifts and having stressful jobs, there wasn't one disagreement or things to resolve in day to day life? I know [...]


    • Er no. This starts as a simple enjoyable story, I like the two getting together and it felt complete at that. Then BAM they want to be a threesome huh? because it makes sense with them both being shift workers apparently.Feels like a short story was extended to make this a threesome story and of a length that could be published, really disjointed. Characters change midpoint. There's plenty of sex, family members visit but seem inconsistant and theres no personal life except one makes breakfast o [...]


    • This was wa-ay too long. Would have been better if it was cut by half because there were good parts but these were separated by passages and passages of nothing in particular. The first half of the story was slow and I didn't really find it interesting until Eric came into the picture. That perked it up then it reverts to the wordy narratives, fast forwarding in several places so that while it's supposed to give me the impression that Drew's, Scott's and Eric's relationship is one that's develop [...]


    • 3.5 starsIt was pretty good story and I liked it more than I thought I would. The chemistry was smoking hot, Eric was so sweet and worked in fabulously with Scott and Drew. I had a few niggles there was too much sex, sometimes you have to know when to stop. Also at times I felt the writing didn't let me feel the emotional connections. Its still a very good menage romance and an enjoyable read.


    • I am over halfway through with this book andI just don't care any more. I am not feeling the urge to pick it up at all, and at this rate, it will take me the rest of the month to read. I don't like this feeling. Let me see if I can explain.To make it short: There Is No Plot. No drama. No nothing. These two guys meet, we know they will fall for each other. They do. Lalala, their parents don't mind (much). A guy they both like needs a place to live, so they invite him to live with them. Eventually [...]


    • 3.5 StarsI liked this story. I'm not a fan of open relationships but in this case Scott, Drew, and Eric made theirs work. I believed that they were truly deeply in love with each other, each of them being an equal and essential part of the whole. I didn't get the thing (or non-thing) with Tom. That baffled me. There were a number of typos and such that seriously got distracting. Although I liked the characters, I wasn't as enthralled with them as Tor and Jake in Bareback. In any event, I plan to [...]


    • This was a well done story, first focusing on the development of Drew and Scott's relationship and then adding Eric as their third. I liked being able to see the men over the years facing issues such as family and the difficulties of the intense jobs they all work while trying to manage what most others look at as an unconventional arrangement, while some of them are still in the closet at work. The drama felt real and the sex was hot. Each of the three men had individual issues to deal with but [...]


    • Surprising I knew I'd like this, but I was surprised by how much. Of course I wish for more, to know how things go after, but this was fun. The relationship between these three men makes total sense. I love that. It's not a threesome for the sake of it. They all get something from each other in a very real way. Their relationship was beautiful. 3.75 Stars of hotness.


    • I so enjoyed this great mm romance. I just adored the characters so much. I literally couldn't put it down as it rained outside mostly all day. A great read!!


    • The first part (before all the sex orgies started) was really good. I liked the writing, the slow start of the story and the relationship and the MCs. But as soon as the sex started, it got boring very fast. The "conflict" with the parents was uninspired and easily solved (view spoiler)[(convenient life threatening situation) to make room for the HEA. (hide spoiler)]I do like hot sex scenes, but this was just too much and I started reading over them, because they did not serve the story in any w [...]


    • A hot, erotic menage which started to shine much later in the story.Most of the story has a plotless feel with sex scene after sex scene. It got boring for me after awhile.Then, about two-thirds of the way through, the storyline picks up and really gels together. A little heart tug, a bit of tears and a little bit of sweetness made the relationship between Drew, Scott and Eric stand out more.Shame that it took awhile to get there though. It was an appealing premise that didn't quite work for me [...]


    • I found this story very enjoyable and easy to read. I would have liked a little more depth into the emotions being experienced by the lovers and by the parents. The sex was pretty hot even before the 3rd was added and then, well, it got even hotter. ;)


    • 911 is the loving and touching story of three men who fall in love with each other. We start out with Drew meeting Scott in the hospital. Scott is a resident working on his M.D. Drew is a firefighter who ended up in the hospital to be checked out after one of his calls.Scott and Drew end up talking to each other and Scott moves in with Drew (as a room mate). Drew needs help with rent and bills. Scott needs a place closer to the hospital and NOT with his parents.After months of skirting the issue [...]


    • *4.5 stars*This m/m/m ménage story starts as a conventional m/m romance when firefighter Drew takes on a new lodger, trainee doctor Scott. Drew is out but Scott is very much in the closet, and the two men dance around each other for a while, becoming close friends before risking messing things up by taking the relationship further. The sex is explosive and plentiful (it always is with Chris Owen), and although their relationship is relatively angst-free, both men find the long hours and shift p [...]


    • I loved this! It was just warm and fuzzies, love and sex from start to finish. Times three! I love low drama romances.


    • This one was a tough one for me. I seriously considered not finishing this one at all. I'm glad I did, but there are still some things I took issue with. The writing, especially in the beginning, had me ready to tear my hair out. It seemed as if it was a new book with each start of a chapter. A lot of stop and go, not enough follow through and flow. ( if that makes sense ) It was still there a bit in the end, but not as much and certainly not as noticeable. I really loved the main characters and [...]


    • Well if you want to read a how-to manual about all the different ways three guys can get together then this is the book for you. Page after page of details, in 300 pages you would think there could have been a little more character development, or even a deeper plot. The most interesting part of the story happens about 85% of the way through the book (read it for a challenge so I have to admit I would never have finished this book). Unfortunately the author doesn't really do anything with it, th [...]


    • Really enjoyed the character development. Each of the three main characters are well established and it was easy to get sucked into their lifes, wanting to read the story play out. Even though I didn't believe it would be feasable to establish a true three-way relationship the auther managed magnificently. The slow transition from roommates to relationship was realistic and heartwarming.Truly enjoyed the book.Oh, it was hot too. In case you wondered.Only negative: A few typos/grammatical errors [...]


    • Four fifths of the sex in this book could have been removed to make this a good read. There were some issues that were substantial and interesting enough. They, however, got choked by alllllll the sex.



    • I have to say, that I liked it. I can always tell when I’m reading a Chris Owen novel because of how she structures it. What she does (though I’m not sure on the particular order) is breaks up the novel in to parts, within those parts are chapters and within those chapters are time ellipses. I like that she does this because it doesn’t draw out the story and gives short, everyday glimpses into the lives of the characters she writes about and that’s what I like about her writing in genera [...]


    • First, there are fireman Drew and doctor Scott. We watch them going from being roommates to mere sex to making love, building a real relationship. They are complete, perfect, lacking nothing except perhaps, due to their packed schedules they are a bit alone sometimes. When Drew realizes Scott isn't having a life anymore except working and sleeping he forces him out of his shell to poker nights with friends. That's where they meet Eric, an EMT looking for an accomodation fitting his working shift [...]


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