Double or Nothing

One might think Cherry a coward since she left after graduation and never returned to her hometown. She wasn’t a coward, she just knew what she wanted and went after it, and if she left with confused emotions about two men, then so be it. Now she is back, a woman grown, but still confused about how she feels about Wes and Remy Smith. A woman can’t have a relationship with two men at the same time, let alone brothers. That’s just shocking and unheard of……

Wes and Remy are ranchers and men of simple truths. There’s nothing fancy or fake; what you see is what you get. But you get them both. They know they are different, and have dabbled with sharing women in the past for fun. But Cherry isn’t fun, she’s the one and always has been. Convinced they had something to do with her running of years ago, they have no intention of letting her get away this time. But who says she wants to get away?

This didn’t smack of a true ménage for me since the brothers, while both with her sexually, were more interested in everyone being happy and they knew the other brother wasn’t going to let her go. So why not remove the angst and be a threesome? Cherry, like most, was a little taken aback at their intentions but it fit her desires as well. With issues such as children and “what the neighbors will think” addressed, this seemed a more reasonable approach to the issue than most. While steamy and hot (Hello! Cowboys!) it was also a good read.

Book Blurb for Double or Nothing

After ten years away from home, Cherry Edmonds returns to West Texas when her father is ill and dying. Now she is left to deal with the estate and pick up the pieces of her life. The past is waiting for her in the form of Wesson and Remington Smith, the two brothers she was half in love with when she was eighteen.

Wes and Remy know they’re different from most men. They are both in love with Cherry and have been since they were kids. One night of hot sex leaves all of them wanting more, but she believes their time together is just a one-night stand. It’s up to the Smith brothers to prove their love for Cherry and their commitment to the ménage, and to convince Cherry’s she’s definitely capable of loving two Texas cowboys.

A Romantica® contemporary erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave

Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2013 4.00