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on July 11, 2010
Victoria Fowler has been hiding for two days. With her brothers dead, she is on her own and frightened. When she sees cowboys moving cattle, she knows that her only opportunity to steal food will be later that night. Only she doesn't count on Wade and Ben Beaumont, the men in charge. Both men pull her from the chow wagon thinking she is a man, but when they realize she is a woman she sees their eyes change and their desire for her is more than evident. The men decide to take her home to their ranch with them and while Tory knows that she needs their help now she won't always need them. Or will she?
Wade and Ben Beaumont both desire Tory. Each is willing to give her up for the other until the night they keep watch for her taking a bath. Then all bets are off and they come to a conclusion. Tory will marry Ben, however, she will be Wade's wife as well. When Victoria innocently runs from them, Wade and Ben lose their trust in this tiny woman, except they can't and won't let her go. Now all they have to do is convince her to stay. And how will they accomplish this? By branding her the Beaumont way!
And convince her they did. My goodness these men wanted Tory to stay with them as their wife. Wade is the smooth talker of the two, but Ben is the one that more often than not wears his heart on his sleeves. Their treatment of Tory might not be the most gentle, but it was definitely heart stopping. Beaumonts' Brand is definitely one hot ménage - and it had a good story to boot!
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