I wasn't sure what to make of this novel, since it had such an unusual plot line. But Ms. Lavere certainly engaged my interest and emotions as her main character Regina went from being a woman so caught in grief that she was not really engaging in the world around her to one who shows her strengths and comes to life when she is taken out of her comfort zone. She has surrounded herself with buffers and thrives living in a way of life and place that is so foreign that she is not sure whether it is truly alien.
This is a thought provoking and fascinating book and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Regina lost her husband four years ago. Now she lives a solitary life—by choice. But her preferences are tossed aside when an unseen force drops her into a remote jungle. There, a small group of handsome, athletic men are waiting to show her that the woman who takes on their tribe has no chance to remain lonely...or unsatisfied.
But Regina wants more than what she's offered. Niku takes her to bed for her first time in years, but is emotionally absent. Ax makes her writhe in pleasure, when he's not tempting her to punch him in the face. Brannon is a sweet-talking, dreamboat, but can she trust him not to break her heart? Tennyson, Benji and Sebastian all adore her, but is their connection with her more than just the wild times they share between the sheets? With Rayne overflowing with animosity, and Viktor making her want to run and hide, figuring out which one of these men might just be the next great love in her life, is going to be a challenge.
No Menage, Just multiple partners.