Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance
Heat Rating: 3
Alison Bennett came to Desire, Oklahoma to hide—and to heal.
When her truck breaks down on the way into town, she certainly doesn't expect men like Dillon Tanner and Ryder Hayes to come to her rescue.
Extraordinary men in an extraordinary town.
Their interest in her both excites and alarms her, but she knows they’re both way out of her league.
When an attack on the club brings a halt to the seminar she’s signed up for, Dillon and Ryder’s proposition to continue her lessons intrigues her. Dillon’s gentleness tempts her to put herself in his hands while Ryder’s wildness and apparent dislike for her makes her uneasy.
Under their guidance, she embarks on a journey of self-discovery, one that teaches her decadent pleasures and raw desire.
Knowing a ménage relationship could never work, she still finds herself tempted to stay.
But fate, and her ex-boyfriend, have other plans.
Leah has done it again. I can’t believe how she makes you want to live in a town of Desire OK where real men knows how to treat a lady. In this book as well as all of hers stories you can read it alone but it is so much better with the whole collection.
Alison Bennett was coming to Desire to attend a conference on how to please a man, and she knew she needed lessons because of her past. The man in her past seem to think that she was lower than dirt and her self esteem took a beating as well as her body. Months have past but she still felt the pain.
Breaking down was not helping but the two men the sheriff called to help had her wanting one while the other raked her nerves. Dillon and Ryder ran the local garage and were more than willing to take over when the conference was cancelled because of an attack on the seminar. Dillon and Ryder might be handsome and funny and real gentlemen they were also out of her league. Manage was new to her and through the curiosity she agreed to let them be her instructors on how to please a man, what she couldn’t understand was they gave her pleasure and teaching her that their pleasure is her pleasure.
Being in a small town caused her to worry about gossip and acceptance but when trouble came she not only had the love of her men she also learned that not all towns were the judgmental.
I give this book a resounding 5 Tea Cups and 3+ heat index, the sheets get hot and the smouldering sex scenes has you rereading this story several times.
5 Tea Cups!