- Release Date
- January 2018
- Book 1 of The Heiress's Harem
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
Mia Harrington's father just lost his brave battle with cancer. Naturally, she's devastated. With her mother long-since dead, and no siblings, Mia has a great deal of responsibility to shoulder. She's also the sole beneficiary of her father's estate. Or so she thinks.
Unbeknownst to Mia, her father made a change to his will. She can still inherit, but only if she marries a suitable man within twelve months. If she doesn't, her vile cousin will get everything. Determined not to lose her beloved childhood home, she resolves to find someone that fits the bill. What she isn't expecting, however, is for that someone to be into sharing women with his best friend. In the meantime, Mia's friendship with the estate gardener has blossomed into so much more.
She can't possibly plan to marry one man, while also being involved with two others …or can she?
Book Review by Delta (reviewer)
Apr 16, 2018 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
7 people found the following review helpful
3 stars for four of MIA'S MEN.
Mia Harrington was devastated by the loss of her father, but the stipulation that she marry a "suitable" man AND have the dude take HER name within one year before she can collect her inheritance? Mind numbing. But if she doesn't, then the estate will go to her useless cousin Quinn, risking the local economy that depends on the successful maintaining of said estate. Mia takes solace in the arms of estate gardener Thomas Walker, and she's more than enjoying their FWB situation. Then she meets Elias Pym and Alex Cartwright at a charity function, and is happily caught in their web of sharing. Throw in a stunningly beautiful luxury car owner and, well, things are looking up. But she can't have, well, a whole variety of cakes AND eat them all too…can she?
I love me some me some ménage, so I was sooo excited to pick up MIA'S MEN, book 1 in The Heiresses Harem series. I had high hopes of loads of sexy time with loads of writhing bodies, but what I got was a few individual engagements with Tom, a weekend away filled with tense conversation and a lukewarm encounter with Elias and Alex, and the mysterious Arjun (who Mia said about 20 words to), discussed as a potential member of her 'harem.' I felt for Mia for having to deal with the loss of her father and the stipulation that she marry within a year, but man, the woman was bitchy. Not so much to Tom, who was incredibly understanding for a man she just realized was sexy after knowing him for years, but toward Elias and Alex, who went above and beyond in their wooing and whom she kind of treated like dirt. And Arjun? The dude has a hot sports car, asked her out at some point in the undetermined future, and he's suddenly a contender? I know you have to suspend reality sometimes, but for some reason I just couldn't get behind all of this.
Bottom Line: No OM/OW or sharing; condom use; very light BDSM/kink (spanking); no sexual assault; no violence/murder.
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