Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Review: Saving Grace by Stacey Espino

Saving Grace by Stacey Espino

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Western Romance

Heat Rating: 4



[Erotic Cowboy Ménage a Cinq Romance, M/F/M/M/M, mild BDSM, public exhibition]

Grace is thrust deep into cattle country with dozens of sex starved cowboys. Her modest, timid nature soon fizzles away to make room for her raging lust. From one night stands to a ménage a cinq, her body won’t allow her to refuse the muscled ranch hands that seem desperate to pleasure her.

Grace explores her sexuality and pushes her personal boundaries. She discovers the sensual woman that remained dormant during her adult years. It is the love of a good man that forces her to let down her guards. Can she commit after everything she has been through in the past? Will she accept the love she’s craved for a lifetime?

Lena’s Review

Grace is a woman who just found out the biggest shock of her life. She has just been traded, like a cattle animal, for another woman. Grace has no idea what is in store for her, but nothing prepares her for the gorgeous country guys where she is going. They sure know how to treat her in a way she never has been treated before in her life. With these guys she is thrust into a sexual world that she has never known.

The cowboys, Trevor, Connor and Scott scare her, but in a good way. With Trevor she is loved in a way that makes her feel free and adventurous. Connor is a man who takes her like she has always fantasized about and she is not treated liked a fragile woman. Yet it is Scott who loves her for who she is, and not what she should be like. In every guy she loses her heart in a different way which confuses her in a big way. Can she go back to her deceitful husband after the month is over?

Sex: vanilla, kinky and ménage, are just part of what makes this book hot, fun and sexy. Stacey did an awesome job in creating one orgy of a book that sizzled in this reviewer’s head. Cowboys rule this book, and man do they rule Grace’s body and head.

I loved Grace in this book. In the beginning she is a shy, naïve woman, yet in a cowboy’s hands she is set free in every way. The way Stacey did this was good for you to see her confusion, her joy, her fear and most of all her happiness when she does find it. Everyone will love the cowboys, but most of all Grace for what she has to overcome. Great job Stacey!

4 1/2 Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Stacey said...

Wow! Thank you so much for the review, Lena. I'm so glad you liked Grace, and understood the journey I wanted her to take.

Stacey xo


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