Out of the Storm
Warning: For Mature Adult Audiences. Contains language and actions some may find offensive. Contains sexually explicit content. Ménage MFM. In Book 1 of the Masters of the Prairie Winds series: Tobi Stobel’s life has always been a never-ending string of disasters interrupted by an occasional bit of chaos. The small magazine where she works is looking for any excuse to trim costs and Tobi’s position is the next one on the chopping block unless she can land the interview everyone in town is vying for. But the sexy, media shy owners of Texas’s newest and hottest BDSM club have been evading her at every turn until a chance encounter with their mother changes everything. The interview is scheduled and Tobi is sure fate must have finally been on break because she’d never been this lucky. With her job hanging in the balance, the tiny blonde bundle of energy isn’t about to let a little thing like a Texas thunderstorm stand in her way.
Kent West can’t decide who is the most frustrating, the annoying reporter who has hounded both he and his brother, Kyle for weeks for an interview, or his mother for insisting they grant Mr. Strobel’s request. The weight of his exasperation swings toward the reporter when the man fails to show up for their meeting. When Kyle brings home a petite stunner and introduces her as the missing reporter, Kent is shocked and beyond pleased. Even soaking wet, the woman is spectacularly beautiful. But there is something else about her that captures both brothers’ interest. Both men see the natural submissive beneath her bluster and they’re convinced she’s the woman they’d always dreamed of sharing.
But fate hasn’t completely forgotten its grudge against Tobi though, and this time its reluctance to let go not only endangers Tobi, but Kent and Kyle’s mom as well when a stalker threatens to snatch her out of their grasp. Keeping the little trouble magnet safe proves to be a challenge for the two former Special Forces operatives. Sometimes all the financial resources in the world aren’t enough…and it all comes down to luck and training.