This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Genres: BDSM Romance, Contemporary Romance, Western Romance
Published by Indie/Self Published
Released on September 17, 2013
Sakura Nakamura and her best friend packed their bags and are traveling around America by car. It’s been mostly work, but the chance for what she wanted most, the pleasure and kinky passion with two men she’d dreamt about, is right there to take.
The Wilson brothers, Ted and Matt, own a cattle ranch in Montana and want their beef in the Japanese market. Hard work is nothing when the woman they want comes to their doorstep and says yes to all they want.
Matt met Saki when he was in Japan connecting with Nakamura Enterprises, an import/export firm. They spent one night heating up the sheets and now she was on their turf. Promises of bondage, ménages and so much more were made if she came to their house and she was there to play.
Being in love and kinky is everything they wanted, but can they have the white picket fence lifestyle as well?
This is a Contemporary Western Erotic Romance + bondage, ménage a trois, toys and is Multicultural novella at 34,500 words.
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Have you ever met Tilly Greene? If not, you are missing out on a wonderfully warm, sweet author who writes steamy books that will have you leaving your socks and panties off in bed 😉 While this story has some D/s elements, the majority of the book is not about the BDSM aspect as it is about the menage that these three characters are entering in. The heros are used to it and know they will share with each other while the heroine is new to the entire relationship. It moves slowly to allow her to become comfortable with the lifestyle they wish to have with her.
The story starts right up with Matt Wilson returning home from Japan and one night with a geisha he knows is really the woman he is growing to love, Sakura Nakamura. While he can’t regret the night that fulfilled his dreams, he is concerned about how Sakura takes it. He admits everything to his brother Ted, who has also been slowly falling in love with Sakura based on their phone conversations.
Backing up a minute, I should mention that Matt went to Japan to seal a deal with Nakamura to ship beef to Japan, but with all the mad cow scares, Japan has put in place a lot of restrictions. Sakura has built a system to help track the cattle and now is scheduled to come to America to install the system in several locations. With her British friend and co-worker, Sakura travels around the US experiencing our culture before ending up in Montana, on the Wilson ranch.
Now at the ranch, Sakura has some time to get to know the men, their desires and discover if this is a lifestyle she can live within as she loves both brothers. The Wilson brothers take it slow, not wanting to scare Sakura with what they want, but at the same time, they know in their hearts she is the one for them.
The story builds slowly as they get to know each other. They let Sakura take the reins on how far and fast the relationship grows, but in the end, she will hand over the reins to these two kinky cowboys. This is a very sweet love story with a little cowboy kink thrown in to spice it up. And never fear, you get a glimpse into the next story in the series…let’s just say, I am looking forward to seeing Jon Black speak more than two words.
Branded is a Contemporary Western Erotic Romance
Book 1 – Ride ‘em [bondage, D/s and ménage]
Book 2 – Konnichiwa Cowboy [D/s and Multicultural]
Book 3 – Giddy Up [ménage a trois, bondage and Multicultural]
Book 4 – Jon Black’s Woman [D/s, bondage and Multicultural] – expected 2014
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