- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- February 2015
- Book 4 of Big Sky Country
Erotic Romance, Historical Romance, Ménage or more
Sarah Smith sought a better life for herself in the Montana town of Grantsville by becoming a mail order bride. When there's an expected death on the journey there, she thinks about turning back, but decides to go ahead with her plan. When she meets her intended groom, Jon, she's not only taken with his looks and kindness, but also his neighbor and friend, Shaun Nolan.
When both men save her life, it soon becomes apparent they're all attracted to each other. They embark on an intimate relationship and live a lifestyle that has everyone wondering what's going on at the homestead.
Can their love withstand the bias and hatred that emerges when the townsfolk learn of her unmarried status and the fact that she's clearly taken both men as her lovers? Or will love conquer all?
Book Review by Delta (reviewer)
Aug 13, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
103 people found the following review helpful
Menage's were just as kinky 130 years ago as they are now, and when one of the participants is an unknown mail-order bride, you know it's gonna be fun.
Jennifer NEEDS a story. A juicy story about the history of Grantsville's current movers and shakers, and the history of the Nolan-Delaney family is it.
It's 1886 in the Wild West, and Sarah and her cousin Nina are headed to Montana as mail-order brides. As close as sisters, Sarah is devastated when Nina dies en route. Sarah was ready to meet her future husband Jon Nolan and start a new life in the untamed wildness, but now she has to tell Nina's poor fiancé Shaun Delaney that his betrothed has died. Jon and Shaun have been besties for a long time, and Shaun is angry at himself for being so attracted to his best bud's woman! It's a good thing Jon is willing to share.
SHAUN AND JON is book 4 in the Big Sky Country Series and can be read as a stand alone. I was rather disappointed by this novella. It lacked any real connection or chemistry between the characters, and the dialogue and overall storyline fell flat. I didn't feel excited by this menage, I didn't feel sad when the cousin died, I didn't feel happy when the trio found their HEA…everything was just so bland and eh that it did absolutely nothing for me other than make me want to finish the book. The sex was clinical and perfunctory and filled with a variety of cheese that didn't appeal to me.
Bottom Line: A disappointing MFM menage that won't have you begging for more.
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