Twin Haven

About the Story:

After waking up in the hospital and learning that her husband has died, Rylee doesn’t think that her life will ever be filled with love or happiness again. With the help of her friends though, she becomes stronger and when it’s suggested she go away on a retreat to her friend’s brother’s Montana hotel, Rylee jumps at the chance to have a change of scenery. Cade and Carter are the twin brothers who run the Montana retreat. Cade has been hiding from his feelings for years and Carter is more than ready to go out and find someone who can heal them both so that they can start a life as three. When Rylee shows up, all of Cade’s walls come crashing down and Rylee must fight to find the new love she can have with Carter and Cade.

Review:

I thought that this was such a cute little book. The three main characters, Rylee, Carter, and Cade, were very well written and it was amazing to see the three of them come together. There was so much emotion put into this story line, and you really feel for all of the characters and wheat they’re going through. Rylee definitely struggles with her emotions but she’s is a very strong woman, and character, which I liked. Carter and Cade are opposites but the brotherly love between them was sweet to see. When you finally understand the devastation of what happened to Rylee and the dark secret that Cade just can’t let go of, it is hard to not fall in love with both of them.

The opening and ending were really great. The opening definitely draws the reader’s attention in and makes them wonder what was happening. Although I will say that the vagueness of the beginning was not such a great part of the story. You don’t really understand what happened at the beginning until you are half way through the book. I think the author could have really made the beginning dramatic if she would have added more clues as to what was happening.

The pacing was very good. It didn’t seem too rushed at the beginning or the end which is nice. There’s nothing worse than an ending coming out of the blue and leaving the reader heartbroken!

Overall I was not disappointed! I almost never am when it comes to Evernight Publishing’s authors. I recommend this for anyone who likes ménages, but also for anyone who wants a sweet story with a little bit of spice thrown in!


Book Blurb for Twin Haven

Rylee Dawson never imagined that everything she ever loved would be taken away from her in the blink of an eye, but after waking up in the hospital from being in a serious car accident with her husband, she learns how fragile life is. After coming to terms with the loss of her husband, she is finally ready to move forward with her life. That’s when Rylee’s best friend suggests she takes a vacation to her brothers’ retreat in Montana. Rylee has never envisioned herself falling in love ever again, that is, until she met the McGuire twins.

Cade and Carter McGuire are twin brothers who own Twin Haven Lodge. Trust has always been an issue with Cade, especially after a bad sexual experience with a past lover, so he has never had a problem living the single life—until he and Carter meet Rylee.

For years Carter had been patient with his brother, but after meeting Rylee he realizes the time has come for him and his brother to finally settle down. He isn’t about to let the woman of his dreams slip away because of his brother’s emotional baggage.

Be Warned: menage sex (MFM)


Night Owl Reviews Feb, 2016 4.00