Midnight Mirage

Willa Edwards
Midnight Mirage
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Publisher
Siren Publishing
Release Date
June 2011
Genre
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more

SUMMARY
Lincoln and Gabe, best friends and the hottest new alt-rock duo Mirage, only want one thing. Mallory. They've been waiting a year for Mallory to open her heart to both of them, to accept the alternative relationship they wish for.

Mallory's flattered by their attentions, but can't believe they're anything more to sweet words. They're rock stars, surrounded by beautiful woman. They can't possibly want a Plain-Jane reporter like her.

When a crazed New Years Eve fan forces their hand, their protective instincts take over.Gabe and Lincoln aren't willing to wait for their woman any longer. They initiate her with intense pleasure, ringing in the New Year the naughtiest way possible. But when they whisper words of love and forever in her ear, she runs away.

Will Mallory be able to open her heart and return their affection, or will insecurity keep her from the men that love her?

Book Review by Bookgrrl
Aug 23, 2011   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
103 people found the following review helpful
Lincoln and Gabe are best friends and the duo that makes up the rock group, Mirage. Friends for years, they have discovered that they work well and play very well together.

They have decided that they want one thing: Mallory, a former music teacher and now writer for a music magazine. Mallory is no fool; she is very aware of both Lincoln and Gabe and would love for them to notice her. Unfortunately, she doesn't fit the mold of bold, buxom, statuesque beauty. Why would they ever want her?

Lincoln and Gabe decide that enough is enough. They have waited a full year to approach Mallory and this New Year's Eve is the night to tell her their feelings. When an avid fan threatens Mallory, the men intercede and claim their woman.

I think that Ms Edwards made the right move in that she created a background between the trio before the book really sets up. There isn't a lot of time to create a believable happily ever after without this background. I liked the story, overall, but Mallory's self-imposed negativity got annoying after a while. Midnight Mirage is a worthwhile read for an afternoon.
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