If you love the Wild Wild West, you'll love this steamy hot historical set in the Montana Territory!
Emma James felt secure in her life. Money, social standing and the protection of her step-brother. Or so she thought. When she discovers his dark secrets, he turns on her and sells her to a western brothel to keep her quiet. There, she's forced to work or participate in an auction. A virgin auction...and she's the prize.
One look at Emma James and Whitmore Kane and Ian Stewart know she would belong to them. Marriage was the only way to truly claim her...so they bid and bid well. As their bride, they return to the Bridgewater Ranch and teach her the ways to please not one husband, but two. But danger has tracked Ian around the world and threatens their newfound relationship. Together, can they fight the demons of the past while forging a future?
This is the first book in the Bridgewater Ménage Series, where you'll meet all of the men in Kane and Ian's army regiment and discover their unusual beliefs on marriage. Read the entire series to follow along as the men, two or three at a time, claim their brides.
Bridgewater: Where ménage meets marriage.
If you like Lexi Blake's Virgin series, you'll love Bridgewater!
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It was a awesome read. I enjoyed it.
Good for What It Is
This isn’t a bad book for what it is: erotica lite meets Western orgy fantasy. There’s not much story, but I found the characters interesting. I wished the author had paid more attention to story rather than sex on every other page, but again, for what it is trying to accomplish, it works. But it’s not more than that.
Two Men: Your Primer
Innocent girl finds herself married to one man and, surprise, also to a second man. What follows is her training to serve two husbands, often in explicit details. Not for those who are embarrassed by anything non-missionary position. This is only Part I so it ends without resolving many of the issues raised, but it was free so who cares? The characters are often interchangeable but that really doesn't matter, does it. Ah, no, it doesn't. And neither really does Part II.