Family values.




Angelina Flores lived a perfect ranch-kid childhood, complete with three princes on horseback who treated their housekeeper’s daughter like a princess. At age eighteen, the fairytale came crashing down when she realized she had to choose between Brand, Nate and Eli McAffee. And when she did choose one—she lost all three. She’s older now. Wiser, thanks to her college education and a few years’ distance. A distance she’d planned to maintain…until her mother begs her to fill in at the ranch while she takes care of a sick relative. The minute her boots hit the front porch, the memories come flooding back, right along with the hunger. It’s tough to put the past behind her when temptation is so close. Especially since the brothers seem bound and determined to woo her. Separately. Together. Whatever it takes to keep her right where she belongs—in their arms.


Angelina has always loved the three brothers, but after sleeping with one, and one of the other two walking in on them, he ships her off to college. Now she is back after her mother has called her and asked her to come and look after the three brothers (this is just a ruse to get her to come back for them). 

At first she is a little hesitant to be back in the house that she once considered her home. She doesn’t realise that all three of them are still deeply in love with her, and are desperate to make her realise their four way relationship would work.

I did find it a little strange that her mother had so much to do with their four-way relationship, I would be a little weirded out if I found out that it was my mother that actually got me into a relationship with three brothers. However, this is just my personal opinion.


This is a very short read, but there is quite a lot of story in this very short story, which I found fairly interesting. 

The story line was a pretty good one, I found it fun reading the different ways the brothers tried to ‘woo’ her. Brand is the oldest, quiet but very protective brother, Nate is the playboy of the three who flirts openly with her, Eli is the gentle, romantic one.

Overall, a very quick smutty read with three hunky males.



Tactical pleasure.






Sometimes a man just has to take matters into his own hands… Miranda White has had a crush on S.W.A.T. team sniper John Stephens since he first strode into Fitzy’s Diner. Too bad he’s a serial dater. As a respected business owner, she doesn’t need to become known around town as his next Flavor Of The Month. What she does need is a date for an upcoming retirement dinner for one of Haven’s finest. If she has anything to say about it, it won’t be the notorious bad boy. John definitely has something to say about Randa’s plan to date one of his teammates. He’s had the hots for her since he first sank his teeth into her sweet baked confections. She’s sexy and curvy in all the right places, and he fantasizes about tearing that polyester uniform from her lush body and showing her how versatile handcuffs can be. He’d planned to take his time seducing her, but from their first touch, desire flares hot, hard and primal, temporarily making him forget that the one thing a police officer may not have is time…



Miranda (Or Randa as everyone calls her) is a curvaceous waitress in her family’s diner which the local police always frequent, this is where she knows the town’s playboy John. She has always fancied him, but has never wanted to do anything about it, because of his reputation and she didn’t want to be another notch on his gun belt.

John has had his eye on Miranda since the minute he saw her, he has hinted to her that they should be together, but she has never took him seriously. It is only when she asks about a fellow officer that he is determined that she is not with anyone else.

I found his behaviour when she asked about the fellow officer, to be quite annoying – how he can be annoyed at her for wanting to date other people when he is a serial dater is beyond me.

I found both characters to be quite annoying and I didn’t really connect with them at the start – but as the story went on, I started to like them more, once I realised that John had a real reason to be jealous. 

The story line felt a little rushed, but I think this may be because of it being a novella – the only major thing that I didn’t like (hence the four not five stars) is that the ending felt the most rushed, I felt like the ending didn’t have much thought about it and it was just thrown in there. This is just a personal opinion, it didn’t ruin the book though – I still loved it.

I refuse to call this erotica (in my sense of erotica) – there are a few sexual scenes which have a lot of description with them (hence the review on this blog).

I loved the fact that the main thing that drew John to Randa was her curves, even though his other ‘girlfriends’ have been stick thin. I love that the author put this into the book.