“I continue to enjoy this series of books. This story was a little usual in its setting but it was a nice change of pace. I am not sure what I would have done if three men decide to abduct me and try to convince me to marry them. Especially if those men were all handsome and had more money than...”see full review » see other reviews »
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“Defies even my suspension of disbelief. Not good”see full review » see other reviews »
~Reviewed by ANN & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog
Blake and Black know just when to turn up the burner to scorching. ~ Under the Covers
It’s good to be Piper Glen. She has not one, not even two is enough. BUT THREE HOT, RICH MEN who dominated her each night. Not a bad gig, am I right?
Sheikh Talib al Mussad must secure his rule by finding someone to be his wife. However, things aren’t so simple. His customs say that he must find a woman that he is willing to share with his brothers, Rafe and Kade. The problem isn’t finding a woman they all want. It is convincing Piper to be willing to be with them all at the same time and also be the woman to rule alongside them. It’s a big jump for the clumsy, shy virgin.
First off, the sex is smoking hot! Blake and Black know just when to turn up the burner to scorching. I thought the chemistry was believable. In some ménages, it’s sometimes hard to believe in the potent chemistry between three people equally, but the authors managed to do this is with a hottie and do believe that takes some talent as a writer.
The only thing that irked me some was the way they kept reassuring her one moment, and then going full throttle the next. They all seem to be so gentle with her, telling Piper that she is special but then demanding things that seem a little too hardcore for the shy virgin. I will say that I enjoyed seeing Piper explore her sexuality so I guess it didn’t completely ruin the book for me.
Khalil al Bashir, their cousin who is trying to take away their birthright, however did make an impression on me. I liked his presence. It definitely created more urgency and tension in the book, making for a nice villain.
Overall, I wasn’t thrilled by the overall premise of the book, nor was the dialogue particularly engaging, but I found myself reading this book quickly because I wanted to find out how Tal, Kade, Rafe and Piper worked together as a single entity.
On a parting note, after reading this…I think I need a sheikh for myself. I’ll take Kade.
*Review copy provided by author
“Defies even my suspension of disbelief. Not good”marla d wrote this review Thursday, December 20, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I continue to enjoy this series of books. This story was a little usual in its setting but it was a nice change of pace. I am not sure what I would have done if three men decide to abduct me and try to convince me to marry them. Especially if those men were all handsome and had more money than some small world countries. I do wish there had been a little Domination/submission what there was was very nice. I look forward to the next book in this series.”Lady Isis wrote this review Friday, November 16, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No