Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Love Under Two Texans by Cara Covington

Title: Love Under Two Texans
Series: Lusty, Texas, 26
Author: Cara Covington
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc.
Genre and Pairing: Contemporary and M/F/M, M/F
Word Count: 68,782
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
[Siren Ménage Everlasting: Erotic Cowboy Ménage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, HEA]
Hurting and hurt, Addison Benedict comes to Lusty to heal after a bad accident. Scarred on the inside and out, she’s humbled by her family’s generous and loving welcome, even as she secretly longs for the kind of loving relationships her brothers have found.
Carmichael Jones and Terry Jessop fall for her at first sight and don’t give one good damn about the baggage she carries. Addison may believe she has a lot to atone for, and maybe she does. But they’re determined to show her the loving woman they see within and that she does deserve love and happiness.
What no one understands is the lengths to which Addison’s mother, Norah Benedict, will go in order to see her daughter fulfills her own dreams of wealth and position. Convinced her children have all betrayed her, Norah reaches out to a stranger for help—with possibly very tragic consequences.

We are headed back to one of my favorite places to visit…Lusty, Texas with Lover Under Two Texans by Cara Covington. Those Montana Benedicts just can’t resist Grandma Kate and their kin in Lusty. And Addison is no different as she learns what it is she wants and needs without her mother’s influence. And she is more like her ancestors than she ever believed when she meets Carmichael and Terry. Men who know they were meant to share but couldn’t find that special one until Addison sweeps into town. I love Ms. Covington’s characters and this story is no exception. She always gives us characters that feel so real and believable. Addison is struggling to find her way. Her family hasn’t been close and she plays a role in that but in Lusty she learns the same lessons her brother have learned about family and what it means. Even as she reassesses her life and needs, she finds Terry and Carmichael ready, willing and able to show her desires she wasn’t aware she even had. I love the care and concern these two men bring to the table even as they give Addison the wings to grow and fight for what she wants. I love how much this community becomes an additional character within Ms. Covington’s books. It isn’t just the sense of family. This community embraces you and allows you to find yourself even as you find unconditional love and support. I loved this story and cannot wait to see who is next to fall under the spell of Lusty, Texas and the families that make it home.

                               Five Shooting Stars

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