Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance
Heat Rating: 4
Darla Moore needs a job, not a boyfriend, and especially not two. But that is exactly what she ends up with when she agrees to become a cook and housekeeper on a Montana ranch. How can she remain immune to their charm and the way they make her feel? How will she react when she learns she is really auditioning for a starring role in a three-way marriage?
Randall and Marcus thought they would never find the woman of their dreams until Darla walked through their door. When she relaxes her defenses and lets them in, she falls in love with them, and they with her. Randall and Marcus are dead set on keeping her with them and make a decision that could cost them her love in the end. Will that love be enough to forgive them before it’s too late?
A relationship should not start with lies, but most of all there should be trust.
Darla is strong, sensitive and very confused about her feeling towards Randall and Marcus. She believes that she should be repulsed about the feeling she is having toward both of them, but she can’t deny the heat that she feels when they come so close to her. She needs to come to terms with how she feels, and not how she thinks she should feel. The only problem is that she needs to be able to forget about her past relationship and how he lied to her. Sure, once she opens her mind and realizes that her heart belongs to the two men she finally does not fight it.
Randall is a typical alpha male that seems to dominate the relationship. Now Marcus is the sweet gentle cowboy that has his heart on his hand. I loved the determination they both had in trying to find a way for her to fall in love with both of them. When they both decided to investigate her life that was the worst thing that could have done, this would only show her that they did not trust her.
Sure the cowboys took it upon themselves to woo her during a winter storm. This is a great opportunity to make her fall in love with them. They share passionate nights together but this can also have consequences. The cowboys should come clean with the truth but they are too late and this will also have severe consequences that will break them apart. All they can do now is plead so they can become the family they all have dreamed to become.
This is a very hot story of how Wild Montana Nights could be sandwiched by two gorgeous cowboys. It was well written and entertaining not to mention the amount of blushing it induced. I enjoyed watching them fall in love. Darla, of course, refused to call it love initially, but when she finally figured out they really loved her and they would make her dreams come true, it was beautiful. Read this wonderful story and see for yourself how they made their relationship work after mistrust.
4 1/2 Tea Cups!