Genres: BDSM Romance, Menage Romance
Released on April 15, 2014
I really don’t know why I continue to read this series because most of the time I find them extremely silly and not erotic at all. The series centers around a female virgin and 2 or more guys that are also Doms that want her. Most of the time they won’t take no for an answer, one of them knows she is the one, and another has issues from his past that makes him believe it is impossible to share a woman. Oh, and the virgin is oh, so innocent and loving…don’t forget submissive and needing more than one man to submit too. So my tongue is about to be bitten off as I write this and try to keep a straight face.
Meet our virgin, Annabelle Wright. Annabelle works as an administrative assistant to the lawyers Tate Baxter, Eric Cohen, and Kellan Kent, our men and Doms in this story. Annebelle’s in love with them all and doesn’t think they notice her other than a friendly confidant and organizer. So at Annabelle’s best friend’s wedding (another virgin heroine), Annabelle come clean to the men about her innocence. Things happen and she runs off to New Orleans where her grandmother has left her a house that needs a lot of work.
Tate, Eric and Kellan aren’t push overs so they follow of course. Not fond of their location, but wanting the woman, they set up a temporary office in her house and go about whooing her and mostly pushing her around. She’s spunky. I’ll giver her that. But things aren’t on the up and up with the contractors leading to some romantic suspense thrown in with all the heartache of having a menage relationship.
So a little about each hero and my opinions of them all….
Eric, the peacemaker, easy going suave alpha who is manipulating everyone to get what he wants. He wants Annabelle to love them all and become a big frickin’ family since Eric’s family never really cared about him. In college he forms a bond with Tate.
Tate is a genius with no social skills. It makes him lovable when he blurts out stuff at inappropriate times. He just wants to love and fuck Annebelle. Bluntly and plainly. He’s in love and all that other emotional crap isn’t something he deals well.
Kellan is the problem man. He’s got issues with his ex-wife getting pregnant by his father while they were still married. Then she marries the father. He’s got a lot of trust issues and really only wants to have sex, dominate her and stay on the emotional outskirts. Thus he keeps trying to make a martyr of himself and not commit.
Out of them all, Tate was my favorite for being so blunt with what he wanted. Kellan I really wanted to tell him to go ahead a leave. Annabelle has other plans and this turns into a love fest with dicks flying everywhere. Sorry, I am having a hard time taking this too seriously.
If you love menage stories, this one is probably a good one. The series has gotten old and predictable to me. I find myself rolling my eyes and laughing more than really digging the story. If you want a serious menage, this isn’t really it. Have fun with it, I think sometimes it is meant to be comedic.
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