Series:Masters of the Prairie Winds Club, 3
Genre and Pairing:Contemporary and M/F, M/F/M
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Warning: For Mature Adult Audiences. Contains language and actions some may deem offensive. Sexually explicit content. Ménage – MFM
In book three of Masters of the Prairie Winds Club: Jen Keating is a trouble magnet. She has managed to attract the attention of a crazed Central American sex trafficker who stalks her with ruthless determination. Add to that the two gorgeous Navy SEALs who have a knack for pulling her out of the fire, but are angling for something more, and a wacky neighbor who isn’t at all who she appears to be. Jen is living proof that trouble can find you in even the most unlikely places. But the real danger Jen fears is taking a chance on love.
Sam and Sage McCall whisked Jen out of harm’s way a year ago, and then after one incredible night together she took off without looking back. Now they’re sent to pull her out again and this time they don’t plan to let her walk away. However, they aren’t the only ones intent on making her a permanent part of their life. Can they keep her safe long enough to convince her to give them a chance?
Jen’ Journey by Avery Gale is third in the Masters of the Prairie Winds Club series. This story is best read in chronological order.
Jen has managed to find trouble yet again. She understands that something else is at work but is missing the final piece to put together a full picture. Her “brothers” understand they need to protect her and they know just who to ask for help, brothers, Sam and Sage. Both men are sure that Jen is the one for them, but convincing the headstrong woman is taking more than they anticipated. I love the comradery between not only Jen’s brothers and her men but the other members of the club. I loved the sense of community that has survived their military past. I also loved the growing friendship between the women we have met to date. And Jen gets to see what it feels like to have that unconditional support. She has few friends and the women ofthe Prairie Winds Club, for the most part, are supportive and willing to lend an ear when needed. I loved watching Jen slowly learn to trust in not only her new friends but also the men who want her for their own. Sam and Sage are used to taking charge and with Jen they must temper their natures. I loved that they were willing to do so in order to have a future with Jen. I thought Ms. Gale did a wonderful job of showing the true nature of the men. They were loyal and honorable but willing to bend when necessary. They were totally Alpha and I loved it. I appreciated that they were not intimidated by the Jen’s nature or high I.Q. She was no wilting flower and they didn’t want her to be. The appreciated her intelligence and allowed her to blossom even as she stepped into danger. I thought this was a wonderful addition to the series and look forward to reading more by Ms. Gale.
Four Twinkling Stars