Friday, March 6, 2015

Shining Star Award: Creation Desire : Reassuring Rachel by Leah Brooke

Creation of Desire: Reassuring Rachel (MFM)Title:Creation Desire: Reassuring Rachel
Series:More Desire, Oklahoma, 3
Author:Leah Brooke
Genre and Pairing:Contemporary and M/F, M/F/M
Word Count:35,807
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Siren Ménage Everlasting: Erotic Ménage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, spanking, sex toys, HEA

Running a business and caring for a sick baby didn’t leave Rachel Jackson much time or energy for her beloved husbands, a fact that hit her hard when she learned that her husbands’ ex-lover had been calling them for days, and neither Boone nor Chase had told her.

She believed them when they told her that they’d kept it from her to protect her, but their deception hurt her and shook her confidence.

How could she hope to compete with such a beautiful and sophisticated woman—a woman who’d had the ability to hurt them deeply?

Mona’s appearance brought back the insecurities Rachel had spent months struggling to hide—the fear that Boone and Chase had only married her because she carried their child.

While trying to reassure Rachel that Mona meant nothing to them, they dismissed their ex-girlfriend’s persistence as a nuisance, underestimating her determination to get them back.

It was a mistake they regretted, one that almost cost Rachel her life.

I loved Creation Desire: Reassuring Rachel by Leah Brooke.  This is the third installment in the More Desire, Oklahoma series.  I thoroughly enjoyed my first visit to Desire, Oklahoma and with this series Ms. Brooke returns to town and allows us to glimpse how life has treated are favorite characters after their happily ever after.  Having said that, it is best having read at a minimum Rachel, Boone and Chase’s story in Creation of Desire but it is best having read all the stories in Desire, Oklahoma series as many of the characters make an appearance. 
I love the vibe that Ms. Brooke has given this town.  The men are protective of every woman in town.  Even as the town is growing, they do their best to extend the mantel to one and all.  I love that each man is supportive of the needs of their significant other; a fact that Rachel has forgotten as she allows herself to become overwhelmed by the demands of motherhood.  In an effort to be superwoman, she has cut her men out of bonding with their daughter, something that leaves this new mom overworked and overtired.  But Boone and Chase have decided they have given Rachel enough rope to hang herself and it is time for them to step in.  I love that both men gave Rachel the opportunity to see that she didn’t have to handle everything alone but when she failed to lean on them, they took matters into their own hands.  They reminded Rachel that she was the woman they chose and they didn’t want superwoman they wanted their woman.  Ms. Brooke reminded us along with Rachel that asking for help doesn’t make you weak.  She allowed us to see a strong woman lean on the men that will always love her.  I enjoyed my return to town and hope to do so again in the future.

                       Five Shooting Stars and A Shining Star Award

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