Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Lumberjack Weekend by Heather Rainier

Title: Lumberjack Weekend
Series: Divine Creek Ranch, 21
Author: Heather Rainier
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand
Genre and Pairing: Contemporary and M/F and M/F/M
Word Count: 68,609
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
[Siren Ménage Everlasting: Erotic Cowboy Ménage a Trois Romance, M/FM, voyeurism, light consensual BDSM, rope play, sex toys, HEA]
Violet Tyler’s heart was broken after discovering she was the third wheel in her big-city ménage. Relegating the idea of being loved by two or more men to fantasy material, she throws her heart and soul into her business, Violet’s Emporium.
Watching from the sidelines while they renovate her emporium, Josh and Lucas Abbott want her more every day and see the way her former lover chips away at her heart each time he pays her a visit. They’ve stretched out the renovation as long as they can and finally it’s time to claim her or let her go.
Invitations to a fantasy weekend at Hazelle House give the three of them a no-strings-attached chance to make her lumberjack ménage fantasies a reality. But when the weekend is over and the real world—and her former lover—come calling, can her ménage fantasy live in the light of day?







Review
Violet thought her deepest desires were fulfilled until she overheard a conversation that showed she was nothing other than the chick on the side. She is determined to push aside her fantasy of a fulfilling ménage relationship and put her energy into building a successful business. But Josh and Lucas have other ideas. Can they convince the skittish Violet her desires fill their needs?
In Lumberjack Weekend by Heather Rainier we return to Divine Creek. Violet thought her future was set and distance does little to sooth her wounded heart. Josh and Lucas can see the seeping wound but Violet will not let them close. I loved how patient Josh and Lucas were. It was not their natures but they were taking a long term view. I appreciated that they became Violet’s friend before they became her lovers. They gave her what she thought she wanted and hoped she would see she could have so much more. Violet’s was slowly crawling her way out of despair and I loved that both men were willing to support her and be there for her. Ms. Rainier always gives me an enjoyable read full of emotional depth and caring and this story is no exception. I thoroughly enjoyed returning to Devine Creek and look forward to seeing what she has in store for us next.

                          Four twinkling Stars

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