I liked this one a lot. It was a sexy, suspenseful read that was easy to enjoy.
This series is set in the fictional town of Enclave, Montana and has the exciting premise of the menage lifestyle. Now that sounds very exciting but there is always some type of trouble going on in this town. In other words, it’s a lively set-up that is a sexy right up my alley read.
The author did a good job on this story. It had an interesting plot with plenty happening to keep me engrossed in the conflict. The story revolves around a trio of lovers, Warrick, Isabella and Colton. Our two handsome guys are confirmed players who have no intention of ever settling down. Until now. Isabelle recently moved to town and set her sights on the confirmed bachelors even though she may get her heart broken. There was also some suspense that unfolded with a dangerous case of mistaken identity, a deadly vendetta and some family secrets. All of these events made it an exciting book.
The characters in the story were well developed and had their own personalities. There was Warrick as the man in charge, and the one with the most to lose. Colton was more passive but the most charming. Then we had Isabella who had endured some hard knocks but kept her sense of humour. I liked them all so it was delightful watching as their relationship unfolded. Now, I would be remiss not to mention the scorching hot menage love scenes. The love scenes were fairly intense and included some anal play. It was also, and this is the most important part for me, very romantic.
You might say that this story is mostly about being willing to give up everything to be with the ones you love. Overall, it was a great read that was beautifully written. I look forward to the next book in this series.
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