Three British bad boys. One innocent American.
Tori Glen loves her new job as an image consultant for Thurston-Hughes Inc. The trouble is, she’s also in love with the three brothers who own it, Oliver, Rory, and Callum. They’re handsome, successful, aristocratic, and way out of this small-town Texas girl’s league. So she remains a loyal professional—until the night she finds a heartbroken Oliver desperate for someone to love. Tori knows she should resist…but it’s so tempting to give in.
Callum and Rory have denied their desire for Tori, hoping she’ll heal their older brother, who was so brutalized by his late wife’s betrayal. But when Oliver cruelly turns Tori away in the harsh light of day, she tenders her resignation. Rory and Callum realize that to save their brother, they must embrace the unconventional sort of family they’ve always wanted—with Tori at its center. And it all starts with seducing her…
Isolated with the brothers at an elegant English country manor, they begin awakening Tori to the most sensual of pleasure. But consumed with regret, Oliver won’t be denied the chance to embrace the only woman worth the risk of loving again. What begins as a rivalry veers toward the future they’ve only dared to dream of. But a stranger is watching and waiting for a chance at revenge. Can the brothers come together to embrace the woman they love and defeat a killer?
Loved all of the books. The entire series tied well together. I love a book about Claire. Please do her story.
Their Virgin Mistress, Masters of Ménage, Book 7
I'm truly speechless, this is one of the best series I have ever read so far. I can't get enough of how the characters were introduced and then followed up in their own ménage romance. I just love how the women although submitting to their masters show strength, power and courage to get through the danger they face in order to fully submitting to their men. I ant say that I will get enough of this series. Shayla and Lexi have really out done themselves with this series, thank you so much.
Was not to fond on the writing, could not picture anything. Lack of detail and critical thinking in my opinion.