Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance
Heat Rating: 3
Sarah’s moving from Seattle to Miami when a cranky car and a terrifying brush with a serial killer leaves her stranded in the middle of the dark and desolate South Dakota plains. Captain Plato Delaney of the South Dakota Highway Patrol is on the killer’s trail, and Sarah is the only living witness.
With limited funds and nowhere to go, Del invites her to stay with him and his lover, John Riley, himself a retired Trooper. It’s not long before the killer is on Sarah’s trail…and she’s in Del and John’s bed. Now the men have to protect Sarah against a killer who stays one step ahead of the law. But Sarah’s flashes of intuition prove to be stronger than any of them thought, and her conversations with the ghost of a little boy murdered decades earlier might be the key to saving them all from another Dead Moon Rising.
Ashira Datya’s Review
Sarah is a young woman with an extraordinary gift. She travels from her home in Seattle Washington to her uncle's home in Miami Florida, but when her car breaks down in South Dakota, she is found by police officer Plato “Del” Delaney who is investigating a very serious set of crimes happening in the town. He takes her to his home and has his lover John (who is a retired officer) watch over her. John and Del fall in love with Sarah and vice versa, and they form a delicious three-some. Together, John, Del and Sarah find love and danger.
I give Dead Moon Rising four Tea Cups because it kept me on the edge of my seat and I never once wondered if the story was over yet, in fact, I didn't want it to end! The love scenes were amazingly written and were perfectly graphic; I give it a heat score of three. I hope there is more to read from Ms. Largo, and if there is, I can't wait to find the stories and devour them.
4 Tea Cups!