Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance
Heat Rating: 3
Jillian Masters has never had a climax. To save her job, she consents to a weekend at a resort designed to awaken her dormant sexuality. When she meets three totally hot hired lovers—a cowboy, a Frenchman, and a pool cleaner—she discovers her experience is way more than she’s ready for as their teasing and tempting forces her to confront her conflicting desires.
When she finds out the three men have a hidden agenda, and that her professional career hangs in the balance, the devastating situation leads her to reevaluate her priorities.
Will she give in to the temptation of her newly awakened arousal or will she leave them hanging?
If you are looking for a great book that has you laughing, crying and cheering for a happy ending then Three Hired Lover's is the book for you to read and enjoy.
Jillian Masters is a woman on a mission in her lab to create exotic potions for lovers. To bad she works more than she test her own creations. Her father is dying and wants her to come out of the lab and enjoy life something that he never encouraged before. Their relationship is strained and he doesn't inform her of what he has done in the name of love. He sends her packing for a week at a resort to get laid.
Joe, Frank and Rod are brothers and even though Joe and Frank like to share but they want Rod in the deal. Joe is the cowboy who wooed Jillian the first day at the resort he brought her to close to ecstasy then left her hanging. The experience is what she was use to till Frank brought her to the same conclusion pretending to be a Frenchman wowing her into a state of sexual arousal. When all else fails she meets Rod the pool man who takes her beyond her wildest dreams and gives her the sexual satisfaction that she never had experienced. But like all good things they must end.
Melody brought the four characters together with such dynamics that it has you biting you nails waiting for the next turn of events. It is the kind of book that has you from the first word and doesn't turn you loose to the last word.
5 Tea Cups!