By Male Order

Elizabeth Raines
By Male Order
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Siren BookStrand
Release Date
January 2014
Book 2 of The Sextet Presents...In Days of Olde
Erotic Romance, Historical Romance, Ménage or more

In the wake of her abusive husband's death, Hope Adams has no wish to remarry, but is forced to admit she cannot run her farm alone. Desperate for help, she asks her clergyman uncle to send her two men, preferably the type that are more interested in each other than in any woman.

Thomas Cameron has lost his teaching job because of his suspected involvement with Alec Buchanan. When a friend explains that his niece needs help in the Dakotas, the men decide to make a fresh start.

When Hope discovers Thomas and Alec making love, she is confused by her passionate feelings. Ignorant of the joys of lovemaking, she suspects that she might learn from them, and a strong bond develops between the trio. Their love grows, but when Hope is threatened by a man intent on claiming her farm and her hand, can Thomas and Alec protect her?

Book Review by Jen B (reviewer)
May 03, 2014   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
140 people found the following review helpful
If you're looking for sweet and tender along with hot and sexy, this is the book for you!

Hope was a widow who had been abused by her dead husband. Living in a wild land with her own farm, she needed farmhands she could depend on to help her. The only problem was that all the available ones wanted to take her farm from her while filling her bed. To solve her problem, she wrote to her uncle, a priest in St Louis, for a very specific "type" of man to help her. He uncle does even better, finding her two.

Thomas and Alec have moved from place to place due to the bigotry and hatred they run into due to their love for each other. The offer that Father Kincaid gives them just seems too good to be true but when they arrive at Hope's farm to be met with a loaded shotgun, they aren't sure it is right for them.

As Thomas, Alec and Hope begin to get used to each other, their feelings grow. However, a wealthy landowner wants Hope's land and doesn't intend to let anything stand in his way.

This book started off a little bit slow for me. I found myself wanting the pace to be just a little bit quicker. However, it was very well written and showed a real tender side to men that isn't always visible in the regular "alpha male" romances I read. As the story progressed and the three main characters started interacting more and sharing their feelings and passions, the book really picked up for me. The sex scenes were sweet with a lot of spicy thrown in!

I really enjoyed how the storyline developed and I LOVED how the story ended. I won't give that away but the author was very creative and original in her way of thinking. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to read a good love story.
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