- Siren Publishing Inc.
- Release Date
- June 2011
- Book 1 of Possessive Passions
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
Chevaunne is abducted by three brothers who take her to a new world where brothers share one wife, who is their treasured possession. Jim, Sam, and Paul have waited years to find the perfect woman, and when they see Chevaunne, they know immediately she is the one for them.
After a mind-blowing night with the three men, Chevaunne marries them the next day in front of the entire community. Now she has to learn a totally new life—a new culture, new ways of doing everything. But the sex is amazing, her men are considerate and loving, and Chevaunne is making friends and settling in.
Soon, though, she begins to wonder if she's losing her mind. No matter how happy she is, she was kidnapped, after all! What was she thinking when she agreed to stay?
Note: This book contains forced seduction.
A Siren Erotic Romance
Aug 15, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
146 people found the following review helpful
A Utopian society. One woman. Three brothers. One week.
Opening scene. Abduction has already happened and forced seduction in progress. What a really, really hot first scene. Smoking hot scene where the men coerce the woman to say she wants them and has sex with them. In the instance she agrees to have sex with them, they have her so aroused and on the edge. I was captivated by how the three men kept Chevaunne so aroused that she was willing to do and to say anything to reach her orgasm. It was hot, it definitely had me revved up for more.
The world that Berengaria Brown built was very intricate. I could see this Utopian society and actually liked its premise. I feel she spent a lot of time developing it. So much so that, truly if their world had been real I don't think there would have been much question that any woman or man would want to live there.
Now on to the emotions of this book. I feel that the author missed the opportunity to show the characters falling in love and for the reader to accept such a relationship between all four of them. The men of course all know each other because they are brothers. But there was no history between the female and the males at all. She didn't know them. They had watched her and studied her enough to know everything about her from her not having any family to speak of yet she knew nothing of them until she was abducted.
When all things are said and done, this book didn't move me as much as I would have liked, but it did have some wonderful scenes.
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