A Convenient Husband

Reece Butler
A Convenient Husband
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Siren Publishing
Release Date
August 2011
Book 4 of Bride Train
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Western Romance

[Siren Ménage Everlasting: Erotic Western Ménage a Quatre Romance, M/F/M/M, spanking]

Just before boarding the Bride Train, outspoken intellectual Florence Peabody unofficially adopts two children to save them from a terrible fate.

Lawyer Benjamin Elliott is desperate to find the quiet, obedient wife he promised his identical twin, Ranger. Though he's decided never to marry, he enjoys Florence's company. When she must produce a husband to save her children, he conveniently steps in.

Florence is everything Ranger detests, but he tells Ben that valley wives share their husband's partners. Florence is hesitant until youngest brother Patrick welcomes her with a toe-curling kiss. With the most sexual experience, Ranger beds Florence the first time. For once, she lets go of reason and lets passion rule. When she wakes, she eagerly attacks Ben.

But Ranger's tough guy attitude is too much for Florence and choosing between them is tearing Ben apart. Will Ranger open his heart, or must Florence leave?

Book Review by Michelle R
Jan 18, 2012   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
216 people found the following review helpful
ALL ABOOOOOOARD! The bride train is rolling again and historical, western ménage lovers are in for another great ride. Woot. Woot.

I make no bones about it. I lurve The Bride Train series. You don't need to read the previous ones, but one of my favorite qualities about Ms Butler is how she includes all the previous characters in her books. And not just in a cursory way. They have very definitive roles to play in helping the new arrivals adapt.

In this story, Florence Peabody meets Benjamin on the train. In an unexpected twist of fate, she's found herself the adoptive mother of two children. And while Florence and Ben hit it off, she isn't exactly the quiet, obedient wife he's promised to bring home to his brother Ranger.

The fates have different plans though.

In order to keep the kids from their meanie father, Ben is forced by the judge to marry Florence….. Ooooh. Ranger is going to be…. Less than happy.

And that's where the story really takes off. While brother Patrick greets Florence with open arms, Ranger is faced with all his shortcomings and tends to hide from the new bride. He is more than willing to sneak in her bed and satisfy her for Ben, but he isn't so accommodating when it comes to the daylight hours.

What a mess.

And what fun!

I love watching Florence discover not only her sexuality but her depravity. And I thoroughly enjoyed watching Ranger twist in the wind over the kind of woman he should never be attracted to. Certainly Ben and Florence got the ball rolling and Patrick charmed me, but it was Ranger who really stole the show. His character growth and Florence's self discovery kept me totally entranced.

I'm giving it another thumbs up, y'all. Enjoy!
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