- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- May 2012
- Book 2 of Cape Falls
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
Cape Falls, 2
Welcome to Cape Falls, a town with old-fashioned values.
When Anna Myer's parents died in a car accident, David and Paul Steer took her in and cared for her. For years she nursed a crush for the two men, only to be rejected and pushed away.
Crushed with the rejection and believing the Steer Brothers could never love her the way she wanted, Anna left Cape Falls.
Three years passed since she left the men she loved. Anna returns with a new determination and she knows the secret that David and Paul tried to keep away from her.
There is a rumor that the Steer men share one woman. Anna wants to be that woman.
Can she prove to Paul and David she is the woman they need? Can her men overcome their fears? And after so long of being alone will she finally belong to the Steer brothers?
Be Warned: menage sex (MFM), bondage, anal sex.
Jul 10, 2012 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
253 people found the following review helpful
BELONGING TO THE STEER BROTHERS by Sam Crescent is book two in the Cape Falls series. If you haven't read the first book, don't worry, you can easily read this one as a stand-alone. The characters from the first book, Crossing Boundaries, do make a brief appearance in this one.
Anna Myers lost her parents at the young age of sixteen. In their will, her parents provided for her by making the Steer brothers her guardians. Paul and David Steer had been good friends of the family and their home became her home. Though the brothers were older, she cared for them both and over the years her crush on both brothers only grew. As Anna turned from a girl into a young woman, the brothers fought their attraction to her and Paul began to push her away. After being rejected, Anna leaves the Steer home to attend college. Years later Anna's heart is still with the brothers so she decides to go back again and give it one more try.
I highly recommend this book and give this a rating of 4 out of 5 stars. It's well written with characters that I grew to care about. The heat level is high and there is a good, compelling story that hooked me right away. It's a fast-paced story with plenty of tension and conflict between the characters. I liked the first book in this series, but I really enjoyed this book more.
I love a good small town story, and in this one, the community of Cape Falls plays a big role in the story. The conservative and very judgmental members of the community make life more difficult for Anna and the brothers. I really liked all three of the main characters. Anna grows from a young girl to a strong young woman who is willing to fight for what she wants. Paul and David are both alike and different in many ways. They are good men who stand up for what they believe in, and are also kind and compassionate. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and I'm hoping for more in this series.
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