- Release Date
- June 2011
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
Just when she thought her life was stalled out, Robin Lawrence receives a request to travel to Male Order, Texas to study the Abrams family mansion. She didn't bargain on her assignment including the current Abrams heir, the arrogant and debonair Alexander. Fresh from his five-year-long stint partying in Europe, Alexander has no room for a woman in his life and no patience for Robin's fiery personality. Luckily, Alexander's best friend, the hunky cowboy Bryant, is there to keep Robin very entertained during her stay in Male Order.
But her life isn't all fun and games. She discovers a series of crimes committed against the Abrams family, and her rocky relationship with Alexander prevents her from performing her professional duties. When Bryant demands Robin make amends with Alexander, it seems all is lost. Can Robin manage a cowboy, a billionaire, and a professional disaster? In Male Order, anything is possible.
Sep 29, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
163 people found the following review helpful
Can a pampered playboy, a laid-back cowboy find love with a woman who has come to study their house? This story is hot enough to steam your glasses and filled with rich description that makes it feel like a full novel!
Robin Lawrence is getting one of her dreams -- to be able to study the Abrams family mansion. She has worked hard to be awarded this honor! What she doesn't count on is having to deal with Alexander, the current head of the family. He's rude and arrogant and just too prickly for Robin to want to spend any time with him. Bryant, on the other hand is just her type of man! He's gentle and considerate and looks pretty yummy in his tight jeans and boots. Although she enjoys her time with Bryant, he really wants to have a ménage relationship with Alexander. The process of getting to that point requires a lot of give and take on all three sides!
The character of Alexander is so well created! The disdain just drips off him! He comes across as the ultimate in spoiled and pampered rich boys. The character of Bryant is the exact opposite. It's very interesting to see how the author combines these two men into a ménage situation. The story is told in a very richly descriptive fashion allowing the reader to feel part of the action. The richness of description of the house and the action of the men is wonderful. Although just over one hundred pages this story feels like a full-length novel.
A great story for any fan of ménage!
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