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Trusting Them (Siren Publishing Menage Amour)

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  • Posted April 27, 2012

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    Totally Terrible! Let me sum this book up for you in a few shor

    Totally Terrible!

    Let me sum this book up for you in a few short sentences to save your wallet from being raped. They find a woman near death in the snow and bring her home to save her life. A few scant pages later both men are making out with said woman minutes after her being conscious. Discovering that she is lying to them (surprise) doesn't stop them from lusting after her. (Somebody call Maya Banks and inform her that her book got hijacked!) She gets sick and inbetween bringing her back to health and checking the damn cows, they all end up in bed. I guess nearly dying from pnemonia doesn't slack ones desire. (serious eye rolling). A blizzard leaves them in the dark and she is all alone in the house while the guys, yup you guessed it are checking the cows. Miraculously she manages to start a fire all by her lonesome to keep warm until the men return. GASP.. how did she manage to do something cavemen discovered thousands of years ago? In appreciation of her outstanding survival skills, they award her with another round of matress mambo. Lots of guilty feelings, discussing of feelings, checking of cows and the truth comes out. Ex-husband tries to take women, men save woman, men fear woman is going to leave despite their sexual attempts to change her mind, men finally hire woman to be a cook and she attempts to win them over with fried apple pies. Really? After endless amounts of guilty feelings, cows, snow and power outages the stupid twit of a woman get's lost in the snow yet again and they end up saving her... end of story.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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