Landing the Big Ones

Michelle Graham
Landing the Big Ones
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Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Release Date
January 2013
Book 1 of Hedon Falls
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more

[Ménage Amour: Erotic Ménage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, HEA]

When single mom Serena Keegan finally gives in to her son's pleas for a pet, they decide that fish are the perfect option for their apartment lifestyle. They quickly discover that they have a lot to learn about their aquatic friends. Thankfully, Dalton's Aquariums and More! is there to help. The owners, identical twins Lance and Liam Dalton, both find themselves attracted to her. They are eager to provide her with the assistance she needs, for the pets and for more…personal matters.

Serena's past experience with men has been less than stellar, and she worries she and her son will end up hurt. Despite these fears, she finds herself falling for the sexy store owners, whose talents extend well beyond business. But Liam has a past he hasn't told her about, and when Serena finds out, it threatens their growing love.

Note: There is no sexual relationship or touching for titillation between or among siblings.

Book Review by Books Books and More Books (reviewer)
Jan 18, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
215 people found the following review helpful
Welcome to Hedon Falls! Be sure to stop by Dalton's Aquariums and More!

The author situated just the right amount of passion, sensuality and steamy sex into her debut release to ensure that both the Hedon Falls series and she will have a very promising future. The story line was fresh and the sex scenes were phenomenal - both passionate and emotional. The scenes were not over erotic; yet the intimacy at times was awe-inspiring (and not only for characters).

Although Lance and Liam are identical twins, the author did an excellent job of giving each a very distinctive personally. The romantic development between the threesome is based on Serena's attraction to each brother individually; this is a unique concept. However, the author wrote all of the relationships within the story with the same intensity; the kinship between Serena and Sam, Lance and Liam, the affinity between the twins and Sam, even the glimpses of past relationships – there was no emotional filler; everything seemed essential to the development of the main story.
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