For years, old man Garrows vowed he would never bend the knee to the MacIvers clan. But now old man Garrows is dead - and his daughter Kenna is alone and unmarried. She knows it's only a matter of time before the MacIvers brothers come after the farm - and her. And sure enough, when Brannan and Connell show up, they're ready to claim all they believe to be their due. Faced with the impossibly handsome warrior brothers, Kenna has to make a decision. Will she fight them with everything she has? Or will she give in to her secret desires?
Warning: This book contains lots of hot sex, drama, and submission.
What disappointed you about Highlander Menage: Their Shared Little Bride?
not really a complete story, just a sex scene. It could be an ok chapter of a full story but it's not. The narration was just plan bad. I am guessing that the accent was supposed to be highland, it sounded more like the store owner from the Simpsons. Not worth a dime.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful
This book is the common sex-only story found. It tells of 1 sexual encounter, the initial sexual encounter between a red-haired virgin lass, Kenna, who was warned by her dad to stay away from the 2 MacIver brothers, so, understandably she almost immediately has sex with and agrees to marry them both. I don’t know where this story occurs, presumably in the past, and there’s no explanation regarding 2 brothers sharing 1 bridge. I guess it’s the custom there. The brothers don’t touch each other but do enjoy seeing the other brother with Kenna. The sex is focused on the brothers’ pleasure, but, naturally, Kenna, as a virgin, has immense pleasure—with a brief bit of pain—through sexual intercourse. The brothers attend only briefly to Kenna in the form of brief cl*toral stimulation and no attention to her breast. But the brothers get intercourse and fellatio…both of them. Also, the narrator sounded very common, but I expected some sort of accent to go with what seemed like the area in which the story is portrayed. The book wasn’t for me, though I enjoy erotica, generally.
By the way, this R.P. James is, apparently, the same as or somehow connected with ACZ publishing, since this story appears in a compilation book by ACZ along with other Highlander stories of R.P. James.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
I'm not sure what was worse the fact that the narrator made the male characters sound like pervey weaslely Indian/quasi-Irish wimps instead of the strong
hunky Highlanders that were promised or that they made the heroine sound like an old witch...not even gonna get into the problem with the lack of emotion!!!!
I couldn't even finish it. If I could give it a lower rating I would, for me it was a waste of the $1.99 I spent...very disappointed.