- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- April 2011
- Book 2 of Wilder, Texas
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Western Romance
[PolyAmour: Erotic Cowboy Multiple Partner Romance, M/F/M]
Former Vegas showgirl Dahlia Burke can't get out of Texas fast enough. She's winding her way through rural Wilder, Texas when she plows into Tanner and Scooter's work truck. Dead broke and stranded, will Dahlia find more than one reason to stay--or two more reasons to leave?
Tanner Dawson barely escaped with his life when Dahlia plowed into his truck. And once he and his best friend, Scooter, take her under wing, he's not sure if she's planning to love him to death or finish him off.
Scooter Austin can't tolerate gold diggers. When he finds out Dahlia is newly divorced from a man who has a revolving door of trophy wives, Scooter's ready to send her out of Wilder with the toe of his boot. How will these cowboys know if Dahlia has a heart of gold or just an eye for all that glitters?
** A Siren Erotic Romance
Jun 15, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
104 people found the following review helpful
ALL THAT GLITTERS is a delightful, quick read. It is fast paced and full of humor and regrets.
Dahlia, who gave up her showgirl life in Vega for reasons she believed were true, has found that hopes and dreams don't always come to a happy-ever-after. She is left with little other than her few small possessions and an expensive car, and she drove back to where she once was a hard working showgirl. In her fast paced drive through a small community, she unwittingly runs into the back end of an old truck. Dahlia handles the situation with as much information as she is willing divulge to the two cowboys. Her faith and trust has been destroyed through past decisions, and now she has been left with literally nothing but her quick mind and hot body.
I just loved that Dahlia was one street smart woman trying to get herself out the mess and not wanting to harm poor Tanner anymore than she had. Dahlia wants to pay her debts, and not be thought of as a gold digger. She seriously wants to do right by these cowboys. She is drawn to these two friends, but she doesn't want to be hurt all over again.
Scooter's past experience with women and money had taught him never to trust another woman no matter who she is. He is both drawn to Dahlia as she just exudes sex and sensuality, but he simply not going to take a chance to be used again by someone he cares for. I love Scooter who takes life as it comes, and his sense of humor is shown by the author in the interactions. Both these hot cowboys have it real bad for Dahlia, and neither are going to risk without some truth coming to the surface.
Ms. Darlin is a delightful writer, and I cannot wait to read more of her books.
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