- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- April 2011
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Western Romance
[Ménage Amour: Erotic Cowboy Ménage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, BDSM, sex toys]
Jenna can outride and outshoot any of the cowboys on the Wagner ranch. She's content to live invisibly amongst the ranch hands, hiding from a past she can't accept.
When Trevor and Conner find out her carefully guarded secret, Jenna's life turns upside down. She gives in to the rugged, sexy cowboys and explores her sexuality in new and unconventional ways. When the lust fades, can she handle committing long-term to Trevor and Conner?
A Siren Erotic Romance
Jul 07, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
146 people found the following review helpful
Stacey Espino knows cowboys and can write angst with the best of ‘em. Her latest offering, TAMING JENNA, is an angst-filled cowboyfest.
In this sequel to Saving Grace, we are privy to more information about Jenna, the Girl Friday of the Wagner ranch and Trevor and Conner, the ranch's foreman and the ranch's bad-boy. Conner is known for his demand to be in control in all things. Trevor is playful and is an all-around playboy. Both Conner and Trevor want Jenna, but they think that Jenna is a lesbian, so they never approach her. That all changes when Conner overhears a conversation between Jenna and Wayne Wagner. Jenna has been feigning being a lesbian in order to protect herself. Conner tells Trevor what he overheard and both men decide to approach Jenna with their attraction for her.
The plot flows swiftly with small subplots to interject more angst into the mix. Not only do we need to figure out what Jenna's great secret is, there are young wranglers out to cause mischief at the ranch and the Wagner household is in a tizzy in preparation for Scott and Grace's wedding. Add in a young vixen who blatantly tells Trevor that she wouldn't mind spending quality time with him and Jenna's got her more than capable hands full.
Overall, the read was enjoyable and flowed nicely. There were some facets of the story that I just thought were a bit overdone and unnecessary, but did not hinder from my overall enjoyment of the story.
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