- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- November 2012
- Book 1 of King's Bluff, Wyoming
BDSM, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
Chloe Morgan fled to King's Bluff, Wyoming, to start a new life. With a past that haunts her, the shy schoolteacher must make a choice. She can hide away and protect her secrets or embrace the acceptance of the small community.
Noah King and Flynn Taylor have traveled the world as members of Australia's elite SAS. They've earned scars, both inside and out. Now powerful influencers in King's Bluff, a town founded by Noah's ancestors, the men have made a haven from the ranch Noah inherited.
One look at Chloe convinces Noah and Flynn she's worth pursuing. Introducing her to BDSM and the mÃ©nage lifestyle accepted by the town will be a hard sell. She's scared, skittish, and refusing their advances.
As the two Doms fight to gain her trust, Chloe's past crashes in on them, threatening their futures. When a man obsessed with her tracks down his prey, nobody could have imagined how high the stakes would go.
Book Review by Lynn (reviewer)
Feb 27, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
99 people found the following review helpful
CHLOE'S DOUBLE DRAW is the story of one woman's attempt to find and hold on to love in the middle of secrets, murder, distrust, and obsession.
Chloe has fled the city for small town King's Bluff, Wyoming in hopes of hiding from her obsessive stepbrother, Trent. Chloe is determined to start a quiet and solitude new life far away from the lies and secrets between her and Trent. When local boys Noah and Flynn discover the town's newcomer, they destroy all of her plans for quiet and solitude. Noah and Flynn pursue Chloe in hopes of convincing her that being in a relationship with the two of them will not only be accepted in King's Bluff, but will also be a good time!
This story was great from beginning to end. There was love and romance, lies and secrets, surprising plot twists, and a happily-ever-after. The town of King's Bluff is unusually accepting of diverse relationships—same sex couples, multiple partner relationships—which made the characters and story that much more enjoyable for me.
As opposed to most ménage love stories, this one did not dedicate huge plot points to the social acceptance of the relationship. This allowed the author more freedom to focus on all of the other strong emotions being experienced by these characters. Chloe's past makes her leery of love and trust so it is difficult for her to agree to dating Flynn and Noah. When she can no longer deny her deep feelings for the two of them, her secrets put her and her men in danger. Now Chloe is faced with the difficult decision of being honest and accepting help or trying to run from her past once again.
My only complaint about this story was the seemingly random side plot involving Flynn. I felt like the information and the emotions of Flynn's storyline were honest and valuable, but I didn't think the timing of this information fit well in the story. A minor complaint in an otherwise fantastic read.
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