I'm firmly convinced that monogamy is not a natural human state. Love knows no boundaries, and in Finding My Wife a Woman Von der Tann builds on that.
Technically, the story is excellent, subject to the odd typo of course, but not the glaring grammatical errors perpetrated by many SoL authors. (I also have a theory, that the more you like a story, the less likely you are to spot errors, but that's for discussion elsewhere!) The plot line is a fairly common one, but the author deals with it well.
If I have a quibble at all, it's that the story has a "raw" quality. I feel it falls between two genres, it's neither a full-out stroke story, nor a more gentle romance, and it could have been played either way. The author creates beautifully balanced romance between the three main protagonists, but some of the exposition, and dialogue, seems to be aimed at a stroke audience. I think I would have preferred it to be a romance. All that is purely my personal opinion of course, it may be a valid criticism, or it could just be complete bollocks, but I had to say it.
Beyond the waffle, this is a great story, with a definite 'feelgood' factor. I heartily recommend it!
Read, and enjoy!