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Diamonds and Spurs [The Callens 9] (Siren Publishing Menage Everlasting)

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  • Posted July 7, 2013

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    Contemporary Cowboy Ménage Romance  M/F/M Mandy is freshly divor

    Contemporary Cowboy Ménage Romance  M/F/M
    Mandy is freshly divorced and on the run from her ex when she lands a job in Intrigue, Wyoming.  She quickly finds out that the ratio of men to women means that a woman having two husbands is not unusual so when Vince and Cam start courting her she knows they mean to share her.  But first they have to keep her safe from her ex and theirs.
     I haven’t read the rest of this series but it did pretty well as a stand-alone.  The sex scenes while erotic sometimes felt like they were place fillers… so many words bam sex scene more words… you get my drift.  The story was good but I felt like sometime there was a sex scene just for the sake of a sex scene and not having anything to do with furthering the story.  However it could just be me.  If you like smoking hot cowboys and damsels in distress burning up the kitchen, the bedroom and the fields of Intrigue, Wyoming this book is for you.
    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 17, 2013

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    NetGalley - The Callens Series #9 "Diamonds and Spurs" by Melody Snow Monroe

    In between books I find this rare jewels that make me loosen up and just go along for the fun of it.
    This series usually have a small town, sometimes rural setting, and the most wanted alpha men dressed up as a loving cowboy. What's more sexy than a cowboy, or in this case two, wanting to get over hurt and sorrow, and embracing a future with a woman that needs protection ?

    So NetGalley made me the very happy reader, on behalf of Season Publishing, of this wonderful romance that I simply devoured and couldn't put down until I got to the last page.
    "Diamonds and Spurs"reached my expectations in this type of plot, with two very hot heroes, twists along the way, and a very able and confident heroine.
    The author also made a point that the book was not only about their relationship and the menage liaison, but also about the story that runs along with the characters. This factors make me a very happy reader and also the knowledge that I found an author that I want to read more of.

    Mandy is the perfect heroine, a woman that as it all but through her honesty throws everything away gaining her integrity back when she decides to divorce her high profile husband.
    She's also a woman open to love again and with the ability to not deny what she doesn't know and make ahead opinions of the unusual relationships that are common in Intrigue.

    Now, Vince and Cameron couldn't be more perfect, as partners and as lovers.
    They "work" in partnership, love Mandy as equals and are not overly authoritative in relation to their woman. They are modern men, living in today's world but enjoying the wilderness and peace that this back country gives them.

    Even though this book is pure romance, erotica, falling in the sub category Menage, this book is so well written, it flows without any gaps between the actions and is proportionally perfect for someone that wants to read a romantic suspense book.
    M. Monroe writing style is one that I want to catch up on and wait for the next books to come out.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 31, 2013

    enjoyed greatly

    liked to follow the whole series

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2013

    Trisha

    This book is 158 pages on my nook.

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