- Loose ID
- Release Date
- October 2015
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic
Kassius, Teague, and Berenger are dealing with serious vandalism on their property, but they aren't waiting any longer to claim Sephanie. They intend to draw the beautiful, curvy woman into their lives with romance and all the sex she can handle while they discover who is behind the trouble.
Sephanie has always wanted a menage and jumps at the chance to date the three sexy men. Their first dates are everything she's dreamed of and leave her craving more. When vandalism and sabotage begins to focus on her, Sephanie doesn't understand it, but is determined to stay with her men.
The person behind the attacks won't stop until he has what he wants. And it seems like what he wants is Sephanie, Kassius, Teague and Berenger are having none of it. Sephanie is their woman, and they're going to keep her safe.
Dec 31, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
94 people found the following review helpful
Kassius, Teague and Berenger have a plan to draw Stephanie into their lives and claim her for their own but the plan is being interrupted by someone dead set on getting what he wants in this captivating sci-fi romance.
Stephanie is finally getting what she's dreamed of… a menage with her three sexy men but it seems someone doesn't want that to happen. The reader gets pulled into the intrigue and passion as Stephanie, Kassius, Teague and Berenger try to build a relationship around vandalism and sabotage. The chemistry sizzles from every page and the sex scenes are hot and steamy but the relationship is overcome with trust and emotional issues as the men take keeping her safe a bit too far. The characters are easily related to and draw readers in while the fast paced plot captivates readers with suspense and romance.
Suspense and tension builds as the vandalism and sabotage escalates to dangerous proportions. Stephanie seems to become the main target, which adds to the excitement of the story but also adds to the emotional turmoil as well, causing some friction between Stephanie and her men. The story captures the imagination and the intriguing events ensure that there is never a dull moment.
With the way the story started off, I feel as if I missed something. The events may have been in a previous book that I haven't read or it may be how the author intended to show that the characters did have a past. Also, for some reason that I couldn't pinpoint, the story seemed a little choppy and this is unusual as I have read quite a few of Rebecca Airies's previous books and never come across this before. Still, it was an entertaining way to spend the afternoon.
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