- File Size: 684 KB
- Print Length: 276 pages
- Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc (December 19, 2002)
- Publication Date: December 19, 2002
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003370JJO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #98,145 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
I've got nothing against menage or erotica (hello? I BOUGHT the book right?) but the "If you love me you'll do my brothers and me too" and the "NEVER TELL ME NO! I'll BRUTALLY RAPE YOU if you do!!!" Stuff is just WRONG WRONG WRONG.
And she finally comes to the point where sharing herself with all three is HOT and not that disturbing and what does the author do? "If you LOVE ME you'll have sex with this WOMAN"
At that point I was so DONE. And these boys had some seriously serious psychological problems. They were brutally raped as children by their dad and FORCED TO LIKE IT. Instead of dealing with the trauma of abuse? They allow that trauma to be the reasoning behind their boorish, mean, evil, and downright ILLEGAL behavior towards women.
Not hot. SO not hot.
Please. If you, like me, look for a little "reality" with your fantasy? DO NOT READ THIS BOOK!!!
But if you can take it? If you can separate reality from fantasy? Then you'll LOVE this series.
My problem is: I went to all the trouble to READ the damn reviews and then IGNORED them. HOW SMART WAS THAT?
Marley went to live with Cade and his two brothers when she was just a kid to escape her sexually abusive step-father. They basically raised her. On almost the very day she turned 18, Cade developed a voracious appetite for her "sex." (Yeah, eww.) What grosses me out is this: this man who supposedly "loves" her is hell-bent on abusing and humiliating her. I want to know if there are women who really find this romantic? At one point, he calls her a very ugly name just after a less than sanitary moment in the barn. I definitely would have channeled Nicole Kidman a la Far and Away and grabbed the nearest pitch fork.
It's entirely possible that I have a very different picture of romance than most readers. But I can enjoy a good bad boy story. Hell, I married a bad boy. But in my mind, the romantic part is when the bad boy discovers a new part of himself when he meets a certain woman. And maybe she does to (enter kinky sex stuff if that's your cup of tea.) None of these characters are transformed. Marley merely does what she has to do to keep Cade's attention. It would be more interesting if he wanted to be with her no matter what, and then she "chose" to fulfill his bizarre sexual leanings. But that's not the case. So...I'm wondering where the choice part comes in?
1. They call in a woman to protect them. Come on!
2. Get help, go see a phyciatrist, somebody who can help you with your issues. Hug your brothers once a day to get that connection going. Why do you have to share your wives?
3. True love is making sure your spouse is happy. From what I can see both Marley and Sarah not only has to watch their husband screw their brothers wives, but they stand in line to be killed by a maniac plus they have to accept these men with all their "so called demons.
4. These woman get nothing in return but be humiliated. I cannot understand why Sarah and Marley has no back-bone and why they could not just leave.
These "August men" have done nothing for their woman and gang raping Sarah, yes thats the way I see it is just sick!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Did not like Cade. In the next two books he is more likeable but not in this onePublished 4 months ago by lark
I was kinda iffy about this series to begin with. But after a couple of days i GAVE in. BEST DECISION. Can't wait to start Sarah's seduction.Published 11 months ago by Tina
What the heck happened to Lora Leigh? I expected some hot sex, but this was just twisted, weird, and just SAD sex. I felt horrible for all the characters involved in this story. Read morePublished 11 months ago by I told you so
Where was the story?! I normally enjoy her books but this one was just to muchPublished 18 months ago by Pen Name