Saturday, October 23, 2010

Review: A Bride for Two Billionaires by Lola Newmar

A Bride for Two Billionaires by Lola Newmar

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Taylor Ewing was living the fabulous life as Dallas’s most admired, blogged-about pageant queen—a life of designer clothes, VIP access, a rock-star boyfriend, and a fierce social circle to be envied.

But city-girl Taylor craves the old life—the life before her father died from heart disease years ago. Her life had quickly gone from ghetto to glitz when her mother remarried a prestigious realtor soon after. But after catching her boyfriend having a threesome with her long-time friend, Taylor waves the white flag of love and escapes to Male Order to visit her aunt.

Jay Stephens and Brody Bartlett are social-networking billionaires who visit their hometown every summer. But Taylor swore off young playboys. Despite her best, although useless, efforts, her heart can’t resist their sweet-tea southern charm, and her body can’t resist their corn-fed muscles and theandric smiles.
But when an enemy from the past comes to take revenge on Taylor, will she be forced to surrender her gentlemen?

Wendy's Review

A Bride for Two Billionaires is a wonderful tale in a setting of Male Order, TX. Let me tell you—Male Order men knew how to treat their women.

Taylor Ewing had a good life in Dallas with her beauty crown and her charity. When she needed to get away from the good life, she decided to visit her aunt in Male Order. Male Order wasn't an ordinary town, it was a town that encouraged multiple partner weddings. Taylor wasn't looking for a relationship with a guy, but to her surprise, she had a relationship with two gorgeous self made billionaires.

Jay Stephens and Brody Bartlett were best friends and planned all their life to share a wife. Brody was getting concerned that Jay was growing apart from their plan. He was dating alone more and more. Then Taylor came along and they couldn't resist her beauty or her unforgettable generosity for her charity. Her father had passed with heart disease and Taylor raised money so that they could find a cure for a disease that took her beloved father.

Jay and Brody wanted to show Taylor the good life, one where she was the center of their undivided attention and love. They took Taylor on a sexual adventure that included them doing positions that Taylor dreamed of. She wasn't afraid to say what she wanted and how she wanted it, but in their relationship Jay and Brody were the dominants and were not afraid to spank to prove their point. Needless to say, Taylor enjoyed her punishments as much as her rewards.

This book has a little of everything, but mostly it has two generous men who only want their woman happy and well satisfied.

I rate it a 5 Tea Cup and 3 heat index. It certainly will burn the pages in some scenes. Good job, Lola on a well written book. Thoroughly enjoyed it!

5 Tea Cups!

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