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- Print Length: 370 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 25, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01GGOON6K
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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**Note: I chose "some violence" to describe the level of violence as I didn't think it merited the term "graphic," but I know that some people have differing opinions as to what constitutes "graphic violence." I'd say it's somewhere between "some" and "graphic."**
Kelly is managing after the death of her husband 2 years previous. A noise under the sink brings Nick into her life and she begins to feel again. Devin is suffering, badly after the *incident* and moves into Nick's house as a room mate after he can no longer bear to be in his family's presence. The three of them together begin to heal wounds and mend broken hearts.
OH! I lurve Ms Ridener's Prairie Town books, I really do. They are so different to what I've been reading.
Two things stand out for me here:
One: Only NICK goes into this with his eyes fully on the prize, or rather PRIZES. He alone is instrumental in bringing the three of them together. And I LOVED that! Usually, the two males go into a three way with their eyes open. But not here. And it made this book, for me, along with point two.
Two: Its whats NOT here. There is love, and passion, and heat and steam, yes ma'am, lots of steam. BUT there isn't the usual explicitness that comes with a menage book. Its nearly ALL glossed over, fade-to-black, I believe Ms Ridener called it. I will hold my hand and say, I much prefer explicit books, but I will also hold my hand up and say it didn't need it here. Not. At. All.
There are some truly shocking points in this book. Some I saw coming (maybe not as fast as I wanted to pick up those hints, but I DID pick them up!) and mostly not. It made me cry, broke my heart in places. And as much as it hurt me to read, it does make for gripping reading. Kelly's heartbreak at moving on from her husband. Nick's reasons for coming back to Prairie Town and Devin? Well, I'm not giving anything away about Devin, but I will say this. I LOVED Devin in this book, deeply. I felt for him at the end of 90 Days, and its intensified here.
Lydia, Callum, Laney, Benji and Jeb, along with other characters all pop up along the way. Jeb, he has a nasty streak here, and it leads, I hope, into his book. Because Jeb NEEDS his book. I NEED his book!
If you like characters with a bit more bite, more sass and a bit more about them, these books are for you. If you never read Ridener before, these books are for you. If you never read a menage book before, this could very well be the one to start you off.
Seriously, read these books. You won't be disappointed!