- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- March 2012
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
Kayli Cooke is in danger and on the run. She ends up in Slick Rock, Colorado, where she meets ex-cops Giles, Remy, and Brandon Alcott.
The Alcott brothers know that Kayli is the woman they have been waiting their whole lives for and offer her a place to stay. Kayli accepts and tells the brothers about the danger following her. She brings out the protective instincts of the three men, who vow to keep her safe. But the danger comes to Slick Rock, and Kayli is abducted by the two men she can send to prison.
Feeling that the authorities are working too slowly, Giles, Remy, and Brandon decide to rescue Kayli on their own, but first they have to find her.
Will they get to Kayli in time? Or will it be too late?
Note: There is no sexual relationship or touching for titillation between or among siblings.
Jun 18, 2012 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
122 people found the following review helpful
On the run and fighting for your life, the least thing you would expect to find is love, but that's exactly what happens to Kayli.
Kayli is on the run from two men who want her dead. Luckily for her, she has run into three of the toughest and sexiest ex-cops she could find. The three brothers Giles, Remy, and Brandon Alcott realize almost immediately that she is the woman for them. After discovering the danger she is in, they become very protective of her and do whatever they can to keep her safe. Unfortunately, the men after her find a way to kidnap her and now it is up to them to get the woman they love back.
I absolutely adore Becca Van's books and this one was no exception. Her world was fun and adventurous just like her characters and the fast paced environment really sets the mood for an exciting read.
Giles, Remy, and Brandon have different personalities that complement each other and as always I loved getting to know each and every one of them. These ex-cops know how to handle their weapons and woman. The interaction between them and Kayli was great to read and had me laughing and fanning myself at times in the same sentence.
Kayli was no pushover and I really liked this about her. She was a strong heroine and knew how to take care of herself, but she also knew when to ask for help. I really admired that about her because I believe sometimes asking for help is the hardest thing a person can do.
I recommend this book to all fans of Becca Van and those who love a lot of action with their ménages.
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