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Welcome to Lusty, Texas, a town that's earned its name and is proud of it!

In the aftermath of personal tragedy, Kelsey Madison found a new beginning in Lusty, Texas. Uninterested in affairs of the heart, she doesn't realize two of Lusty's most eligible bachelors have turned their sights on her. Once she does, she decides there's nothing wrong with having a little fun, as long as it's only physical.

Matthew and Steven Benedict knew Kelsey was the one for them the moment they saw her. They set out to woo her with flowers, chocolates, and wild sex designed to addict her to them. Then an unexpected guest cracks the ice encasing Kelsey's heart, making her face the ghosts from her past, and finally putting them to rest. But her future with the brothers Benedict is threatened when an unknown enemy targets Kelsey. Can they stop him before it's too late?

©2010 Cara Covington (P)2015 Siren-BookStrand, Inc.

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This is a very erotic story having two brothers wanting to be with one woman. They do not want a casual affair they want to spend their life with her. This is normal in the town of Lusty, many relationships are 2 or even 3 men and one woman. If this doesn't bother you then you will like this story. The brothers are very sincere and loving and kind. The woman they have set their hearts on went through a terrible tragedy and trouble is still following her. The story is very exciting with a lot of interesting things going on. The romance is sizzling and hot and very explicit. The presenter reads very well, and I was happy with how she read some of the difficult scenes. I think she did a good job all the way through. I loved the story but thought the terminology in the intimate scenes did not match the gentleness and overall manners of the brothers. But that is my personal opinion which younger people might not agree with. It should not stop you buying the recording because it is really enjoyable.

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I have found that since reading these type of books I want to read others they are tittilating and wish I was that person

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  • 17-05-15

Family Tradition of Hitting Women

Brothers Steven & Matthew Benedict brag that their family has a tradition of men hitting women who dare to talk back to their men. Incredibly, Kelsey (young widow with serious esteem issues & no common sense) doesn't run for her life.

This family of bullies lives in Lusty,Texas where wives often have 2 or more husbands and the men actually believe that they are good & loving husbands. Evidently in Lusty it is acceptable to beat your wife as long as you open her car door and call her sweetheart.

Except for the sporadic violence, the story of how these 2 brothers (1 deputy sheriff, 1 rancher) "courted" Kelsey is sort of cute and sweet, with flowers, candles, hot sex and almost believable affection.

There were interesting minor characters and suspense (someone trying to kill Kelsey) but I couldn't get past the domestic abuse. While I admired the brothers for being honest about their violent intentions, I wanted Kelsey to scream " Hell No".



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