Series: Texas Sirens 1 #1
Published by Siren-BookStrand on 2010-07-07
Genres: Cowboys, Erotic Romance, menage
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Jack Barnes and Sam Fleetwood have been best friends since they met in foster care. They share a business as cattle ranchers and a house. All they need now is a woman to share. The men are sure they’ve found that woman when Abigail Moore returns to Willow Fork, TX.
Abby left her hometown twenty years before under a cloud of scandal. She’s raised a daughter, forged a new life for herself, and is ready for the next phase when she meets the handsome cowboys. They’re a dream come true; Jack is the sexy Dom, and Sam the playful lover. It’s everything she’s ever fantasized about. There’s only one problem. She’s still not welcome in Willow Fork, and someone is willing to kill to keep her away.
Sam knows that the woman created for him and Jack to share is Abbie Moore. As soon as the little red head strolls back into town, he makes it his mission to squirm his way into her life. Jack takes a little more convincing; sure, she is pretty, but he won’t put himself out there to get hurt. When they stumble upon her box of smutty books, most of which feature a ménage, Jack believes she is just the woman to handle them both and takes over the campaign to win Abbie’s heart. Abbie left the town of Willow Forks after being driven out by a crazy old lady who blamed her for the death of her son. Only planning to return to help her recently injured mother, Abbie is completely bemused by the onslaught of attention she receives from the two hot cowboys. She can’t resist the charms of the dark, dominant Jack or his playful playmate. Soon she is finding herself the centre of attention for two very demanding lovers, whilst trying to gain acceptance in a town with a very long memory.
This book covered all the bases for me and I knew, as soon as we had the main characters getting hot under the collar within the first chapter, it was going to be amazingly hot! The ménage was mainly M/F/M, but it felt natural and I truly believed the reasoning behind the inclination of the men to share. Jack is a Dominant. Having taken care of Sam since they met in foster care, he has come to look at him as his responsibility. When Sam confesses his attraction to Abbie, Jack is more than a little wary. When he decides that Abbie is theirs for the taking, his take-charge personality comes out to play and the pursuit is relentless. I have to say I melted with her…the men are so sweet yet their attitudes are just so hot!
Abbie is attracted to them from the start but assumes they are a gay couple. When that misunderstanding is cleared up, she makes sure that they know that she accepts their offer of becoming part of a cowboy sandwich, but that’s about it. With the negative way the town reacts to her presence, she knows that she can’t stay in Willow Forks and has no interest in getting her heart broken in her short stay. Little does she know that Jack is a man with a plan and his sole focus is getting Abbie to become a permanent of their lives. He takes care of her without ever stifling her, he treats her like a princess and the sex…wow! Sex pretty much happens from chapter three and everytime it’s a no-holds barred smut fest. There is mild BDSM, spanking, anal sex, oral sex…you name it these three do it. Jack is the Dominant in the ménage, as Sam and Abbie are both submissive. There is a brief M/M/F incident, but overall its Jack choreographing a M/F/M ménage. The scene when all three of them go into the playroom made me go a little fluttery…I’ve never read a BDSM scene with two submissive’s and a Dominant but it’s definitely something I’ll look out for again!
The way the town people treated Abbie, because the town’s matriarch (Mrs Echols) blames her for her son’s death, was disgusting. She couldn’t buy things in the shops, was perpetually stopped by the sheriff for stupid cautions and has her car vandalised (which Jack obviously replaces with a BMW…*swoon*) Even though Mrs Echols was blatantly a lonely, slightly crackers old lady with an obsession with her dead son, I couldn’t find any sympathy for her. She deserved all she got for the incredibly evil way she treated Abbie completely unnecessarily. The fact that Abbie was more than willing to let her get away with it was a little irritating but Jack (*swoon*) came to the rescue and sorted her out in a way that was perfect. I came out of this book with a little Jack obsession: D
Read this book. It is amazing!