Re-released in a second edition. Re-edited but no substantial changes.
Cole Roberts and Mason Scott loved each other since childhood, but they needed something more to make them whole. They searched for a woman who could complete them, but a terrible accident tore them apart. Their perfect life shattered, they were each left angry and alone.
Kitten Taylor’s past is filled with heartache. She yearns to be part of a family she can call her own. When Cole takes her in, she hopes to finally find the place she belongs, but quickly realizes something is wrong. There is a chasm between them and every day it seems to get worse. When they are alone together, she can sense the wonderful bond they could share, but they can’t seem to find a way to connect.
Everything changes when Kitten meets Mason for the first time. She instantly feels a connection and realizes how perfect their lives could be if Mason and Cole could look beyond the past.
When a killer puts the trio in their crosshairs, Cole and Mason will have to put aside the betrayal and hurt they allowed to consume them in order to forge a future with the woman they love.
So much emotion!
There are times when an author conveys so much emotion, compassion and love in her characters that really just blows me away. This is one of those times.
I'll admit that I felt a bit disconnected in the beginning. I have not read the previous books in the series so I felt like I was missing out on Kitten's true character because of it. That slowly began to change.
The people in Kitten's life started to show me what her past was like and allowed me to build that connection I need in a main character. I'm always about the hero but this is one time where I was all about the heroine. I still liked the hero's in this story but Kitten clearly stole the show.
After such a traumatic past, the genuine joy and love she gave others was so refreshing. She missed out on being loved and never wanted anyone else to experience that lack of love that she gave it so freely to everyone. What an incredible heroine.
Cole and Mason were almost another story within a story. They had a past that was also very beautiful which made their breakup such a tragedy. It took Mason coming back into Cole's life through Kitten to see that special bond they had. They were almost a perfect couple just as themselves but having Kitten as part of their lives really elevated their love for each other.
Menage stories rarely move me, only because I find most of them too focused on the sex and not on the actual relationship. This is not the case with these three. You will find a true love story with Cole, Mason and Kitten. Great book!