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The tenth book in the Pleasure, Montana series is an intriguing erotic menage a trios with sexy cowboys.
Returning to Pleasure, Montana to lick her wounds after her actions cost a man his life, Ceci is thrown into her sister’s drama involving a drug lord and two detectives are assigned to keep her safe. Attracted to the sexy blonde there are hired to protect, Gabe and Dylan know she’s hiding something and are determined to free her of her demons and bring her into their loving menage world.
The author portrays the steady paced plot with vivid descriptions that engage the reader. The story has the added enticement of an intriguing the case the guys are working on that brings danger into this erotic tale but focuses mainly on the romantic and emotional journey. The emotions are conveyed with an intensity that makes it easy to relate to each character and to understand where they are coming from.
All the characters are enchanting and easy to become enthralled with as the author takes us on this erotic and emotional journey. The chemistry between the threesome radiates heat from every page and the sex scenes scorch the reader as the passion sizzles with M/F/M relations, anal sex, sexual language, and light consensual BDSM.
The author has created an interesting and entertaining town that titillates the senses and leaves the reader wanting more of these wonderful characters.
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Posted March 30, 2014
I really tried to enjoy this book. I have read others by this author in the past and enjoyed them, but with this one I really couldn’t get past Ceci’s character.
I do know that it’s not always just about the characters; it’s about the storyline as well. But in this case, I really couldn’t understand Ceci. She has two great guys who are willing to deal with her OCD tendencies, yet she keeps lying to them throughout the book.
And when she wasn’t lying to them, she was obsessing about how they were going to leave when they found out the truth. When push comes to shove and she finally tells them what her big secret was, I was really disappointed because I was hoping for something with more flair than what it was.
Trying to take the fact that I didn’t like that character out of the equation, I thought that Dylan and Gabe are very understanding men. They are the reason that I did enjoy the book as much as I did.
Overall, I think that this is just one of those books that I didn’t enjoy from this author. I do plan on reading more from her in the future, this one just wasn’t my cup of tea.
Reviewed by Crystal for Crystal’s Many Reviewers
*Copy provided for honest review*