Friday, March 4, 2011

Review: Leo's Crown by Lola Newmar

Leo's Crown by Lola Newmar

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Scarlett Rose has just had the night of her life--seven sexy cowboy brothers rescued her from danger after she is pushed off a cliff's edge by someone she trusted. Problem is, Scarlett has developed amnesia from the trauma and can’t remember anything about the accident, including the mystery villain. And before she’s even gotten a chance to recover, she finds out her new lovers are Texas longhorn shape-shifters claiming to be her destined mates!

Now the twins and triplets must go off for a weekend, leaving her with the two oldest Lenox brothers, Leo and Byron. Leo is in charge of the Lenox family, and now, for the weekend, he’s in charge of Scarlett. She’s thrilled to learn a few lessons from the alpha, as together they explore another layer of Scarlett’s newfound sexuality.

Wendy's Review

Lola Newmar brings another story of the Scarlett Rose and the Seven Longhorns, Leo's Crown.

Leo is the oldest Longhorn and he takes being the eldest seriously. Someone has tried hurting their mate Scarlett Rose and he would do anything to keep her safe. As a doctor he has all the equipment to experiment on Scarlett sexually. And being together alone for the weekend was his opportunity to give Scarlett up close and personal medical sex.

Scarlett is relishing in all the love that she feels with the brother's the only thing bothering her is the amnesia. Bits of her life is coming back and causing her to feel out of sorts. But with Leo to show her the best female exam she ever experienced. Leo soars with Scarlett through a sexual scene that has you panting for more.

This is the second book in a series and I can't wait for the third. Lola has a way of making her readers wanting more and more of these sexy 7 longhorns. Bringing you all the adventure in one series has each book unique but together they are explosive. You fall in love with each and every brother.

5 Tea Cups!

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