By Leah Braemel
Thanks to her cheating ex-husband and her thieving brother, all horse breeder Nikki Kimball has left is a bruised heart, an over-drawn bank account and an empty home. When sex-on-legs Dillon Barnett and his brooding foster-brother Brett Anderson start showing more than just neighborly attention, Nikki is intrigued…and a little gun-shy.
Dillon and Brett have a history; back in high school, the two friends fought a bitter battle over Nikki. Now, ten years later, Brett still longs to be the man in Nikki’s life, but he’s determined to stand back and let Dillon win Nikki’s heart.
Society says Nikki must choose between the two men she loves. Is Nikki strong enough to break all the rules in order to find happiness?
This Blonde’s Review:
First off, how hot is that cover? It definitely caught my eye!
Nikki is a nice woman who seems to have hit all the bad luck in life. An ex-husband who cheated and took everything he could, a brother who took what she had left, and parents who don’t care. She unwittingly hit the jackpot by having two equally good, strong (and Hot by the cover) men fall in love with her. The problem is these men are brothers, even if not by blood. Nikki is unaware of the sexual and emotional tension in the start of the book. We have Dillon who has wanted Nikki since High School and never had a chance til now. He makes his move and is happy with the results. Then we have Brett, who also loves Nikki but chooses not to say anything for love of Dillon. Before long Dillon becomes aware of Brett’s feelings and starts to get an unusual idea.
When things more beyond friendship to Nikki having a relationship with both men and having to make a choice, they present her with a different option. They suggest a threesome. After experiencing that together and finding all three of them happy and satisfied, the idea of all three of them being together permanenty comes up. Nikki is unsure what to think about all of it, but she is worried about how Dillon and Brett’s family would feel, how the town would react, and all of the things you can imagine a woman would concern herself with. The author did a marvelous job writing about these two men working together to ensure Nikki’s happiness and sexual satisfaction. I’m glad that she also made it about the emotional side of things too, and what it takes to make a decision to openly be in a relationship with two men.
If you enjoy a sexual book that makes it more than just sex you will find this book a great read. Especially if you enjoy books with multiple partners or have ever considered a threesome for yourself.