[Ménage Amour: Erotic Ménage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, HEA] Brianna has chosen to live the last eight years of her life alone, hoping to prevent the inevitable. When she finally realizes how little time she has left to live a full and productive life, she stops off to visit her foster family before permanently moving to California. Spending one last month with the people she loves and values in Fate Harbor Washington, she meets Sheriff Charlie Meade and the town vet, Zac Carmichael. Both men are loving, caring, and think the world of her. Brianna is horrified to realize she has deceived them. She knows the truth, she's unworthy of their love. Brianna decides to quickly leave town. Despite the adamant entreaties of her family, she’s determined to go before things unravel even more and she becomes a burden. Can Zac, Charlie, and her family make one last ditch effort to make Brianna realize how much they want to cherish her no matter what the future might hold? ** A Siren Erotic Romance
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To think there was a time where I hated Zac and called him a very bad name. Now, I couldn't love him more. Brianna has been under the assumption that she will end up like her father. A foster child who was constantly back and forth from Betty and Butch's care back to her parents, more damage was done to her already damaged psyche. As Sheriff, Charlie always deals with everything head on. Asking Brianna her life story is more like an interrogation. But, he has a heart that melts for her. Although at first, Charlie and Zac don't like each other or rather don't know each other well enough to like each other; they band together to get Brianna realize that Fate Harbor is where she needs to be. That together, they, and her family, can help her overcome anything that she may face. Only Brianna can look on the inside and realise this for herself. Another wonderful book by Caitlyn. I love Fate Harbor.
Caitlyn O'Leary always provides strong, gripping and emotional subject content in her Fate Harbor series, but Cherishing Brianna outlines the devastation a mental illness can wreak on family and friends. It also provides valuable information about the importance of correct diagnosis and the treatment available to ensure the best possible quality of life. My respect for this author has never been in question, but I am humbled by her ability to touch on such potent issues and deliver them with empathy and understanding. A tragic, yet heart- warming story that demonstrates the strength of love and devotion.