Nowhere near as good as her earlier book, Their One and Only. Michaels has proven that she can write an engrossing menage story, but Leave Me Breathless falls way short of that mark. All the characters were one-dimensional; there was no depth or emotional investment. On the other hand, there was plenty of good sex, but that can only carry a story so far. These cardboard players trying to make a menage relationship work sounded stilted and far removed from the reader. Such a disappointment! 2.5 stars, barely.
I have to concede, though, that the general premise of the book is rather far-fetched: two best friends, who have a history of sharing women, find themselves in love with the same woman from their individual pasts. Of course (not), they can't see themselves sharing her and want her to choose between the two of them. After the jealously subsides, they all discover that they are an awesome triplet and live happily ever after.
All that aside, I personally enjoyed this book and thought it was HOT! Definitely worth a credit.