Just Enough (Enough #2) by B. Harmony

Just Enough is a sweet, low-angst book full of secret crushes and overflowing with kinky shenanigans.

"We are a full dynamic when he's between us" - Aaron

From the blurb:


A Dom and a Rigger walk into a bar…

Sounds like the start of a good joke, but for Cody and me, it's grounds for friendship and nothing more.

Anything else would require acknowledging the barriers between us and the desires we keep hidden.

Invisible scars of war meet impenetrable walls of distrust. An impasse neither of us knows how to overcome until a newbie walks through the doors of The Garden.

Oakley finds himself in need of rescuing anda fair amount of guidance, a challenge Cody and I are willing to accept. But once we begin, it's clear there is more between us than just lessons.

Emotions are building, walls are crumbling, and the three of us are all scrambling for purchase in a dynamic we never expected to find.

Will the three of us be able to find happiness together, or will we be forced to accept our lives as Just Enough? 

Laora's Review:

B Harmony wrote a book with wonderful characters.  Aaron & Cody are Doms who have become friends in the precious year since their best friends got together  Enough book 1: More than Enough.
When they go for their weekly Sunday breakfast, they have Oakley as their usual server. I liked  that he took that job as a side job to be around people on his parents insistence.

The characters all have layers and are  well developed and where easy enough to sympathize with or relate to. I found the support and compassion they showed to one another, be it when ill, in a scene or their daily live wonderfully done.

There is attraction and pull between both Aaron and Cody, but it is complicated in  their minds. Oakley is just the person who brings them all together as a couple and they all as an MMM/ polyamory BDSM kink relationship together.

Rating: 5 Stars

Reds Book Reads Review:

Just Enough is the second book in the series but I would say you could read it as a stand-alone as I haven’t read the first one and it read fine. 

I really enjoyed this book and loved the way the relationship developed between the three men. I also adored the way Oakley made sure everyone was looked after and coming together. I will definitely go back and read the first book in the series and will also keep an eye for anything new from this author. 

A really enjoyable read. 

Rating: 4 Stars

Janet's Review: 

Just Enough was absolute perfection!! 

Aaron and Cody are best friends with Eric and Sawyer from More Than Enough. We got to read their friendship beginning in that one. Aaron, Cody and Oakley form a pure and beautiful triad within the pages of Just Enough. Each of the men are all complex in their own individual rights. I love how the author gave them each a voice, snarkiness, humor, emotion and so much heat and steam! 

Overall, a truly phenomenal real that flowed, it was over before I realized it! 

Rating: 5 Stars

Heather's Review:

I am always down for a good poly MMM romance, combine it with some BDSM and sprinkle in a friends to lovers element and B. Harmony has the recipe for a book I loved...

One of the things I liked most about Just Enough is that the established relationship was strictly friends, no benefits and that all three characters had spent time in each other's orbits before starting their explorations together... especially since it was a well timed snippet of conversation between Aaron and Cody that sparked Oakley's interest in exploring...

I love that the characters learn more about each other and themselves throughout the book and come on... two doms with slightly different, but compatible kinks and a sub who wants both of them... steamy deliciousness... plus this book had snark, sweet and so much more!

Just Enough had amazing flow and I didn't want to put it down, even to adult or sleep... if you like a story with true poly potential than try Just Enough on for size.

Rating: 5 Stars

KjnRose's Review:

Absolutely wonderful book.  Must Read.

If you read the first book, More Than Enough, then you are familiar with Aaron and Cody, whose best friends were the MC's in that book. I was so excited to see where the story would go with this and am so glad I got to read it. Poly is usually something I am not interested in, but this one is done so beautifully. Highly recommend.

Rating: 5 Stars

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