Samantha Blair
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Siren Publishing
Release Date
June 2011
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Western Romance

[Ménage Amour: Erotic Cowboy Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/F, with M/M]

Fleeing from her dangerous and persistent ex-boyfriend, Sara quite literally runs into ranchers Tyler and Gage. Believing them to be gay, she goes home with the two smoking hot cowboys who vow to keep her safe. After patching her up, the men realize that something has been missing from their relationship... a beautiful brunette. Together, they conspire to seduce Sara by showing her exactly how delightful it is to be shared.

Tyler and Gage serve as the ultimate protectors while Sara's ex comes after her with a vengeance, but when the danger is gone, will the men be able to convince her to stay?

Protectors is packed with steamy erotic scenes that include a couple of dirty-talking cowboys who love to pleasure each other and the woman they share.

A Siren Erotic Romance

Book Review by Rebecca
Aug 18, 2011   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
155 people found the following review helpful
PROTECTORS by Samantha Blair is a sexy ménage story with a back story that provides an element of suspense. Combined with plenty of delicious sex, the book is a good read.

The premise revolves around a woman, Sara, leaving an abusive and dangerous boyfriend. As Sara tries to escape, she is struck by a truck driven by local and sexy ranchers Tyler and Gage. Believing them to be gay and feeling safe in that knowledge, she allows them to take her to their home. After she shares her story, they patch up her injuries and vow to keep her safe. It was sexy how the men serve as the ultimate protectors when Sara's ex-boyfriend comes after her. And though content in their relationship, they've always wanted a third partner and believe they've found it in Sara. Now they just need to eliminate the threat of her ex-boyfriend and help her reclaim the things she's lost. Then they can show her just how they plan to share her for the rest of their lives.

Sara, Tyler and Gage were solid, likable characters. The small details helped to connect the reader to the character and added depth to the story. Tackling an issue like abuse is often difficult in a romance but it was done well in this book. In fact, Sara's persistence and the independence she asserts show her as a strong woman and not portrayed in a weak light. Well done.
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