Cassidy is in love with her ex
boyfriend Ian. While they focus on their friendship and
business partnership, she can’t help but continue to love
him. They share a house and their lives but that is all.
Cassidy wants more.
Ian is scared to commit. Scared of
being hurt he pushes away those that mean the most to him;
hence why he and Cassidy are now friends instead of the
lovers Ian wants them to be.
Kye McClellan is a gypsy of sorts. A
jack of all trades, he enjoys helping out where he is
needed. He never stays in any place too long before he
wants to enjoy freedom again. When he goes home with
Cassidy to help her with her business and financial records,
Kye never expected to suddenly want a home and hearth. And
that scares the heck out of him. Before he leaves, however,
he will try his best to get Ian and Cassidy together in each
other’s arms, where they belong not knowing that he will
want to be the final part of their triad.
Not a typical ménage romance, Our
Man Friday is a bit different. I am used to having
one couple already established prior to inviting a third and
so the fact that Ian and Cassidy were just friends was
original to me. Cassidy’s invitation to Kye was a bit far
fetched because in this day and age, I don’t see anyone
inviting an unknown stranger into their home to sort through
and look at financial records. Kye was hot, I’ll give him
that but he angered me more than once the times he left Ian
and Cassidy. Ian and Cassidy’s relationship evolved into
something beautiful thanks to Kye.
Our Man Friday by Claire
Thompson is erotic and naughty. The emotions of the
characters are realistic but I just didn’t buy into Kye’s
commitment to Ian and Cassidy. I felt he was gratuitous
towards them. As a ménage, Our Man Friday is
scorching hot; as a true love match between all three
characters of the ménage? Not so much. I would skip this
book unless you are a die hard Claire Thompson fan.