At Love's Command - Brothers In Arms

At Love's Command - Brothers In Arms

by Samantha Kane
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At Love's Command - Brothers In Arms 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I could not put this book down. Samantha Kane writes with such a passion that keeps you wanting more! If you want something out of the "normal love scene" get this book ASAP!
BekahSC More than 1 year ago
At Love's Command is part of the Brothers in Arms series about a group of men who fought in the Pennisular Campaign during the Napoleonic Wars and forged bonds so deep with one another that they've chosen to live together after the war. The one thing that the pairs of men have in common is the desire for a wife to provide them with children, a comfortable home and some feminine softness. Taken as a whole or read in quick sucession, the series can seem repetitive. For example, it strains credibility somewhat that not a single pair of men would find happiness in a solely gay relationship but that they all want a woman to complete their "family." Of all the books, At Love's Command is my favorite due in large part to the male couple, Ian and Derek. They became lovers during the war and have been together for five years when the story begins. Ian decides to take a wife despite Derek's strong opposition because he's afraid he alone can't make Derek happy. Sophie enters the picture, and eventually both men fall in love with her, and she in turn eagerly accepts their menage relationship. While the menage sex scenes are pretty hot, it's the scenes between Ian and Derek that will really fog up your glasses, especially the flashbacks to when they first got together. Both men are masculine with powerful physiques and lots of testosterone, and their sex scenes are very physical. There's also an ease and openness between them that is very appealing. In fact, I loved the two of them so much that I'd really enjoy another story of just the two of them, maybe a prequel about when they returned to England after the war. Apparently the author is not done with the series as she has plans to write Daniel's story next which should be interesting/refreshing since he is gay. Also looking forward to Simon's book and possibly Stephen's.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago