- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- March 2013
- Book 2 of Elk's Crossing
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
Annika Sandstrum works as a translator for Norwegian oil baron Sven Borg. He's too gorgeous for words, and being her boss, he's definitely not dating material. When she travels to the US with him on business, she meets American cowboy businessman Joshua Riggs. Her will to resist fades and taboo passion explodes. Reason is telling Annika that an affair with her boss is a broken heart just waiting to happen, but when he turns on the charm, her will to resist vanishes.
When Joshua adds his own special seduction to the mix, Annika finds herself embroiled in forbidden passion she never thought herself capable of. Annika agrees to the menage a trois affair, but only if they can all agree to end it once all the business matters are settled. Can her love for two men be turned off as easily as a light switch? Will her heart be shattered, or has she found permanent love with two men?
Book Review by Lynn (reviewer)
Apr 09, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
102 people found the following review helpful
DARK DESIRE IN ELK'S CROSSING addresses the challenges of being attracted to two men at once and whether or not you can keep desire and lust from turning to love.
Annika has been attracted to her boss, Sven, from the beginning. She has not allowed her attraction to manifest itself because Sven is not only her boss, but he is also known as being a womanizer who rarely spends more than a night with a woman. Annika does not want to risk opening her heart to someone who she is sure could break it.
When Annika and Sven meet their new business partner, Josh, Annika is attracted to him as well. Again, she has reservations about getting involved with someone she has to work with, but Josh is aggressive in his pursuits. Once Sven sees Josh and Annika developing a relationship, he is unwilling to sit back and watch the woman he has been longing for slip through his fingers.
This story is hot, hot, hot! The character development was good, giving us some insight into the thoughts and feelings of the three main characters. I would have enjoyed seeing a little more plot and relationship development as the story moved very quickly. The men's seduction of Annika and the way in which they get her to come around to the idea of a relationship was quite entertaining to read. It was not necessary to read the first Elk's Crossing book to enjoy this one.
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