Published: September 23, 2013
In book one of The Surrender Trilogy: After another painful betrayal and break up, Rachael Morgan sets out to prove to herself that she can handle a good time with a man and walk away sexually satisfied and with her heart intact. She could have never imagined that she would be agreeing to the proposition of a lifetime. Every woman in Stone River, Texas would jump at this chance, but she’s afraid she’ll leave pieces of her heart behind.
Raised on their family ranch the four Brooks brothers have always shared everything. Even women. When they find themselves face to face with the one person who could complete them all, they set out on a journey to claim her for their own.
Fate can place them all in the right place at the right time, but will Rachel be able to overcome her relationship scars, or is she destined to live her life alone believing that no man ever stays?
Warning: Sexually explicit content M/F/MMM
This book is about four HOT cowboys brothers who enjoys sharing women. They have had their eye on Rachel for sometime now thinking she’s the one to make their lives complete. Up until now, Rachel had been seriously dating someone else so they kept their distance but once she’s on the dating scene again, that’s a completely different story.
Rachel shows up at a bar with the intention of finding a man to take home and get her mind off her recent break-up and finds herself surrounded by the brothers who suggest she come home with them for the week-end and let them show her they way they would treat her forever if she would decide to stay with them permanently. She agrees, not really understanding their full meaning.
The rest of the book is pretty much explicit sex scenes between Rachel and the four brothers, Hudson, Parker, Sawyer and Rogan.
I swear the pages were smoldering from the heat of the words describing their pleasure. Does she stay and marry them? You’ll have to read it for yourself.
This was a free e-book and I don’t intend to read the others in the series unless they are offered free at another time. Good read.