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1,0 sur 5 étoilesShould of known what I was getting into....
8 septembre 2016 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Not exactly a fan of this book, and I felt more boiling anger at the men than appeal. The story is simple enough, a young woman catches her step brother doing something bad, he sends her off to keep her from telling anyone, but instead of a nunnery or something, it's a brothel. She gets bought by two men and she becomes both their wives. Now this could easily be sexy, but they immediately force her to do things she's not comfortable with, with some bull saying they wanted to protect and make her feel safe, that does not fit their actions. And one of them has a phonetically spelled out drawl, which is so difficult to read and honestly a nuisance, supposed to be Scottish, but ends up more like a Texan. It feels more abusive than dominating and feels like a Stockholm syndrome paradise. She constantly feels humiliated and shamed, and that isn't what a dom is supposed to do, unless both agree upon it. Emma is a virgin, and raised as a proper Southern woman, who has absolutely no idea what to do down there and they basically shame her into oral, anal and spank her if she does not want to do something, instead of slowly inching her into it, they basically go full throttle. May be hot for some, but for me it's disrespectful and downright abusive. I was hoping for dominance and love but got this hot garbage instead.
Good start to a new series. I like the "start a new life" away from everything story lines. Sometimes it is hard to picture the "virgin" heroine jumping into the menage life style, but this story was believable. Both husbands are loving doms, and the "bride" gives them a run for their money. I enjoyed the hero's being from England and Scotland and am ready to start the next in the series. My only complaint is editing. The story is written in Alternating Persons which I am slowly getting used to, BUT, if this is the narration, it is imperative you keep the persons straight. Toward the end of the story Kane would be narrating, then Ian, or Ian would be narrating then use Kane's name. Jarring. Pulls you right out of story because you have to go back and check to be sure who is really speaking. Otherwise a good read.
Wow, Their Kidnapped Bride by Vanessa Vale is an excellent read. Set in the old west with two hot cowboys - what could be better? Emma learns her stepbrother has a very dirty, naughty secret - what does he do - he sells her to a brothel. Lucky for Emma, Kane and Ian don't want to use her for a night - they want her for their bride. Emma is a bit shocked, and guilty, that she is now married to two men. Two men? She is attracted to both of them and quickly warms up to the idea. Who wouldn't? There are some growing pains as the three settle into their relationship and some outside forces that could take a toll on their new found happiness. This book is hot, hot, hot! Lots of lovin', but with a sweet note. Kane and Ian really love Emma and only want to make her happy - it's enough to make a girl swoon!
Not too bad of a story. I mean pretty sexual. I kind of expected that going in (seeing as she is purchased by 2 men after being sold to a whore house). But I was pleasantly surprised by how much I actually liked the characters. Idk if having 2 husbands is a real thing people do, but I almost wanted to jump aboard that train after reading this! It was just really sweet. They both really care for her and want the best for her. When one is missing, they all feel the loss. The biggest complaint i have is the men on the cover dont look like what is described in the book. Other than that I loved it. Will definitely be reading it again and have already picked up more books by this author.