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Posted May 28, 2013
Holy Moly! I could not put this down. It is a re-occurring happe
Holy Moly! I could not put this down. It is a re-occurring happening with Lori King books. I started this book on Monday morning and finished it Monday night! Thank the Good Lord I have a kindle, because I was even reading while in line at the supermarket!
Sidney Rowe's has had a trauma-drama fulled life. Growing up in foster care, never experiencing love; via hugs and caring, she tumbles into an abusive relationship and stays because she thinks she is unworthy. From the frying pan into the fire! Not only is Robert (the abuser) mentally and physically abusive, he owns her, never letting her go.
Event happen that give Sidney the umph to go on the run... as far away from Robert as possible!
Apache Crossing.. Home of Noah, Tyce and Xavier Dawson, mighty fine and hot ex-marines who own the Triple Shopt Bar. In walks Sidney, on the run and looking for a job...
I don't want to give the story away, but let's just say with the "Triple Shot" (wink) brothers, Sidney gets lots of love, support, protection (gotta love ex-marines)and family in a hot book that will have you fanning yourself and looking for some "shots" of your own!
Please somebody... Point me in the direction of Apache Crossing!
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Posted August 14, 2014
Whooo weeeee!!!! No one told me to have some cold rags, ice wate
Whooo weeeee!!!! No one told me to have some cold rags, ice water, or my man nearby when reading Sidney’s Triple Shot by Lori King. This book was all kinds of hot, sexy, intriguing; I don’t even know how to even begin to describe it. This was one of the books I decided to read without reading the synopsis. I was not disappointed.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
This book was just right on target with what I wanted to read at the time. I would happily recommend this book to anyone who likes this type of book. It was awesome from beginning to end. Sidney did not want to feel anything for the brothers because she was running from an abusive ex. That is all I will tell you about the story because I want you to experience the story for yourself.
I give this book 5 stars*****. I am looking forward to reading more of this series.
Posted May 26, 2014
Lori King is an amazing author. I have read her Gray Pack storie
Lori King is an amazing author. I have read her Gray Pack stories as well. Couldn't wait to read this ménage, non-shifter story and it did not disappoint at all. I began reading this book right before bed and found that I had to finish it that night.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Sidney Rowe has had a troubled past. Growing up in a foster homes due to a drug addicted mother, she has never had anyone but herself to rely on. She meets Robert, a charmer at first. Soon after they move in together he becomes very abusive. After years of torture at his hands, Sidney runs. She finds herself in Apache Crossing working at The Triple Shot.
Xavier, Tyce and Noah Dawson own The Triple Shot. They are former Marines and close brothers...so close in fact that they all fall for Sidney. Once they have met her, they know she is hiding something. Their protective instincts kick in and not only do they romantically want to be with her, they want to physically protect her.
The brothers are all very different. Xavier, the oldest, has a dominate and intense personality. He almost scares Sidney with his overpowering presence. Tyce, the middle brother, is a singer and a bit of a playboy. She is very attracted to him. Noah, the youngest, is her anchor. She is the most at ease with him. Until situations change and she moves in with these three hot brothers. She finds herself attracted to each of them and this isn't a problem since they are willing to share, or is it??
The book takes you through a myriad of emotions. Loving and feeling sympathetic to Sidney to hating her abuser, Robert. Then lusting after and rooting for her o be with each of the Dawson brothers. I do love the way Lori King showed you the difference between abuse ( with Robert) and a Dominant, loving relationship (with Xavier). The characters are very real and the story needed to continue...I cannot wait for the next Apache Crossing book.
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