Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance
Heat Rating: 3
Eight years ago, Royce convinced himself that sweet, innocent Taryn wasn't ready for the rough, controlling sex he and Clint crave. Now the blond spitfire is taking care of business and dialing their number. But the first touch leaves Royce wondering if they're ready for her.
Clint has been chomping at the bit to get his hands on Taryn. One night, and he'll know the feel of taming the defiance simmering in her eyes. When she tumbles into his arms, he's got her where he wants her. So why does he feel like a caught man?
Taryn waited eight years to go after what she wants. She's kept her distance from the Shelton brothers, biding her time for the right moment to toss her rope. Lassoing the pair of rugged cowboys for a night of pleasure that bucks the edge of erotic madness is easy. The fun is in keeping them.
Tonya did it again—she brought a story that had you holding your breath till the next sentence was read. I loved how she made the reader understand that they have to take their sexual experience in their own hands not to wait for someone to come to you, take the bull by the horn and go after the men you want.
Taryn Aldean was tired of waiting for Royce and Clint to decide that she was old enough or strong enough to handle their life style, what was she to do but go out and make them hers. Taryn was strong she worked a depleted farm that her father left in shambles.
Clint and Royce Shelton shared women but they didn't share, they dominated them. They worried that once Taryn realized what was expected of her that it would be too much and that they would lose her, what they didn't know was they lost themselves 8 years because of their hard headedness.
Taryn pursued them till she got them and the sex was everything she wanted and expected but what Clint and Royce didn't expect was her to walk away the same as they had done her.
Tonya kept you on edge and it was a great weekend read. As always left you wanting the story to be longer, but the 90 pages were packed with all a person could want. Way to go Tonya!
5 Tea Cups!