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Posted February 5, 2013
MY REVIEW COURTESY OF FALLEN ANGEL REVIEWS: Shannon Roberts w
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Shannon Roberts was just a teen when she fell in love with the Dalton triplets and she was just a teen when she learned she could never have her fairytale ending with them. You see, her parents had just been savagely murdered by her uncle, who proceeded to warn Shannon that Jared, Drew and Randy would be next if she ever acted on her feelings for them. When she learns of her uncle's death thirteen years later, it is not relief she feels, but devastating sadness because it's come too late. She has finally managed to push the triplets away and they are already seeking her replacement. Still, her friends are unwilling to give up on her happily ever after and dare her to get a complete makeover with the hopes that she can catch the eyes of Jared, Drew and Randy once more. Is it possible to have the fairytale ending, or is it really too late?
I truly loved Mia Ashlinn's debut book Destined to be Three, but lemme tell ya, she seriously upped the ante with Shannon's Fairy-tale Foursome. She also proved that the excellence of her debut novel was no fluke, but a demonstration of some awesome talent.
Where are all these kinky towns and how do I find them? Seriously, I want to move to Serenity! It's not just the pervert factor of this town that I adore, but also the atmosphere of love and tolerance brought by its citizens. It is the strong friendships and the support these people provide to one another. But, more than anything, it's the men! As insanely hot as twins are, they have nothing on these smokin' triplets. Color me jealous! They were completely devoted to Shannon for years while all she did is push them away. She was everything they wanted and they were unwilling to give up on her. Add their sinfully sexy personas and you have the complete package.
Shannon was a fabulously fun heroine and a total crack up. She also had amazing strength and she was loyal and protective to all she loved. And when she loved the triplets? Ooh la la! Talk about steaming up the pages!
All in all, Shannon's Fairy-tale Foursome was a supremely delicious read and tons of fun to boot. Take my advice, and give Serenity a visit!
Reviewed by: Tara
Posted February 13, 2013
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