Three Brides and One Guy [NOOK Book]

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THREE BRIDES AND ONE GUY
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Adult - Three Russian sisters flee war-torn Chechnya in 1992. The only work for them in Moscow is as whores, but Tanya had been engaged to an English businessman Allan who rescues them. They join a ménage with Allan. Then Tanya’s rival Sveta reappears. In 2010 crisis looms. Only Allan's ditzy sister Abby can save them, but she and her ...

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Overview

ADULT CONTENT
THREE BRIDES AND ONE GUY
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Adult - Three Russian sisters flee war-torn Chechnya in 1992. The only work for them in Moscow is as whores, but Tanya had been engaged to an English businessman Allan who rescues them. They join a ménage with Allan. Then Tanya’s rival Sveta reappears. In 2010 crisis looms. Only Allan's ditzy sister Abby can save them, but she and her daughters have met the editor of a Porn mag.

If you want a predictable formula romance,‘Three Brides and One Guy’ is not for you. If you want an action packed explicit love story, with plenty of unexpected twists, passion, tragedy and heart-warming moments, read on. Cindy May throws the clichéd “girl meets boy, girl loses boy, girl and boy get together again” formula out of the window in this fast paced action romance that opens with rival Russian girls Tanya and Svetlana both of whom are in love with Allan Conroy, an English businessman in Chechnya.

18-year-old Tanya is distraught when she finds that her English fiancé has slept with a hotshot girl lawyer. It is only after she has kicked Allan out of her life that she realises that Svetlana had decoyed Allan into bed in order to break up their engagement as she too fancies the handsome young businessman.

With the break-up of the Soviet Union in 1991, the ethnic tensions that have been kept in check for generations by the ruthless hand of the Communist Party erupt into violence in many parts of the former USSR. Nowhere is more explosive than Chechnya, where a breakaway movement demands a fundamentalist Muslim state. The minority Russian community live in fear as Chechen gangs smash down the doors of their flats, hurl the men off high balconies, and violate and kill the women.

Before long, Tanya and her two younger sisters must flee for their lives. They make it to Moscow, but the only work open to them is at the tochka, where street whores are controlled by the underworld with the help of bent cops. Tanya is too proud to phone her ex-boyfriend but her sister Natasha does. Horrified at the news, Allan offers the girls a refuge in the Cotswolds. Soon Tanya is sharing her bed with Alan and her two younger sisters, Natasha and Olga. Alan's ditzy sister who has already had two babies by her brother is a part of their loving menage!

Life then gets complicated. Svetlana rings. No longer the proud and scheming lawyer, her life has been torn apart and she is a soul in anguish. Will Tanya take pity on her, or repay her in kind? With both girls in Moscow, one is kidnapped and faces torture and death. Only if her former rival will put her own life on the line, has she a chance.

Eighteen Years Later

Sir Allan and Lady Conroy are now pillars of the community. Lady Conroy heads a charitable trust protecting abused women in Eastern Europe, but is Lady Conroy the gentle Tanya or her scheming rival, Svetlana?

Suddenly all hell breaks loose. An investigative journalist unearths the first of several skeletons in the family cupboard. Lady Conroy is brutally attacked, cancer strikes and a blackmailer is at work. The family’s survival depends on Abigail Conroy and her two daughters. Now 36 years old, Abby is the same ditzy blonde, but with a string of failed romances behind her.

As the twins were expelled from an expensive girl’s boarding school for trying to screw their way through the academic staff for a dare, are they an asset or a liability? With so much already going wrong, only Abby and her two nympho daughters could add to the chaos, but they meet the editor of a Porn Magazine! Soon there are raunchy photos sets to add to the mix.

Can the family pull through, or is disgrace and jail inevitable? Will the Conroy marriage survive the battering it is taking? Is Abby heading for another failed romance? The greatest threat yet to the Conroy family unfolds as the novel nears the end. If Abigail makes the slightest mistake all is lost.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011186165
  • Publisher: Cindy May
  • Publication date: 1/10/2011
  • Series: Cotcote Chronicles , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 841,237
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

Hi,All the advice is that I'm supposed to write a profile, but I find it a lot easier to write about the characters in my novels than about me. If I write it one way it sounds so boring that I wouldn't read it, so why inflict it on you. If I do it the other way, it sounds as if I think there are only two good authors in history, me and Will Shakespeare, and that is worse. There are at least three good authors ! (joke)When I have read bios from other authors, I'm not too concerned with where they went to school, what their favorite color is or whether they are 4 feet tall or 8 feet tall. I want to know "what makes them tick" and "What is it that they are trying to say?" The average bio just does not tell me, and I'm not sure if I know how to say it, so I'd prefer to let my characters talk for me.Maybe the best bet is to tell you what and why I write. Well, first off, I enjoy doing it, so even if you hate my books, there is one person that likes 'em - me! I have read a cross section of literature over the years. In most genres there is plenty of variety, and that makes a book or a film good, as you don't know what will happen. I recall reading one novel and there was a subplot with a cute Chinese gal. I wondered if she was going to make it to the end of the story or not. At various times, it looked bad for her, and in the end I was more concerned about her than the main plot.With most "Romance", the plot is 'girl meets boy; girl loses boy, girl regains boy'. If there is a good girl/bad girl battle, you know on page ONE which is which, so you know what will happen on p336. All that the other 334 pages do is to fill in the precise details.With erotica, the sex can be much steamier, and the HEA (Happy Ever After) is not necessary, but the girls are often just a system to transport the sexy bits from one bed to the next bed. That is degrading to women, and it stinks! I even saw a review where the reviewer PRAISED the lack of character development or plot. If the review was fair, then I do not think I would care much for that book.People are not self-propelled sex organs seeking another organ. They have all sorts of hopes, fears, desires, hang-ups, and that is what makes us act as we do. I wanted real people to inhabit my novels. I wanted Mary Beth and Kitty, Lady Annabelle and Mavis, Tanya, Svetlana, Abby, Tracy and Phoebe to be people you can relate to, and even think, “Yeah, I knew someone like that.”I guess another influence that impelled me to write is that there are things I feel strongly about. In the US, one phrase that gets me real mad is “trailer trash”. Someone may come from a poor background and live in grim surroundings, but that does not automatically make them trash to be despised. There are plenty of nasty people to be found in such circumstances, but you can find nasty people in the most luxurious penthouse as well. Has anyone written about a Penthouse Pig?In “Gold Medal Momma”, there is a Trailer park gal. Does she deserve to be called trash?In the UK there are similar phrases. In “The Lady and the Slut” the yawning gap between a gal who is the daughter of the Manor House and a gal whose mum was the village slut is central to the story. “Three Brides and One Guy” opens just after the collapse of the Soviet Union, and recalls the horrific ethnic cleansing in Chechnya where Russian families fled or died. Those that fled back to Russia faced discrimination. "Three Brides" explored a whole host of issues.In "The Slutlets Get Mad", the Conroy twins, Tracy and Phoebe take center stage in a sexy action packed tale set in the Cotswolds and Moscow with an explosive finale. There's plenty of sex, plenty of adventure and a chance to get to know Abby and her two daughters better.'Even When You Lie' and its Sequel. 'Cotcote Babes' enter the world of office politics, office sex and the notorious Christmas Party. An interracial affair kicks off between an Asian girl and an English guy, but soon they must run for their lives from an Honour Killing. Add a gold digger who sets out to nail the boss and a gal whose mom dumped her like a carton from a fast food meal when she was five and the there is a heady mix of sex, love, lust, betrayal and drama.'Once Upon an Office' depicts the self-contaied world of office politics and office sex.By highlighting these issues in a novel, I can say "Hey, what about this?" To take the easiest one, we all know that phrase "trailer trash", but people are NOT trash because of where they live. PERIOD. I would apply the trash label to the person who thinks of another human being in those terms, as it is nasty and unfair. OK, I guess I'd better calm down!If you decide to read one of my novels, I hope that YOU will ask yourself a few questions at the end of it. The characters are imaginary, but the problems they face are real, and real people face them every single day.Often the emotional baggage that the characters carry, or the way other people react to them, determines what will happen. I do kind of like a story where someone from the wrong side of the tracks makes good in the end, and I don’t like a story where the bad guy or bad girl are top of the compost heap on the last page.I'd like to say a big thanks to the kind folks who added me to their favorite authors list. That was much appreciated. Some are readers and that is real nice. Some are authors, and it is nice that we can appreciate one another's work.It is also a change from the author bashing that the "Thought Police" engage in on certain sites. Why in tarnation should we be nasty to one another? I just don't see what the folks that do it can get out of it.If you want to find out about my novels type in Cindy May in a search engine or on Smashwords, Amazon etc, and you should find a linkI have a website on Google with a write up on my books and a few personal thoughts etc.sites.google.com/site/cindymaywriter/homeI think I’ve said enough.LOL CM
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