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Published by Carina Press on 2010-06-01
Genres: Contemporary, Erotica
Reviewed by Talia Ricci
Thanks to her cheating ex-husband and her thieving brother, all horse breeder Nikki Kimball has left is a bruised heart, an overdrawn bank account and an empty home. When sex-on-legs Dillon Barnett and his brooding foster-brother Brett Anderson start showing more than just neighborly attention, Nikki is intrigued...and a little gun-shy.Dillon and Brett have a history; back in high school, the two friends fought a bitter battle over Nikki. Now, ten years later, Brett still longs to be the man in Nikki's life, but he's determined to stand back and let Dillon win Nikki's heart.Society says Nikki must choose between the two men she loves. Is Nikki strong enough to break all the rules in order to find happiness?73,000 words
Nikki Kimball has just been robbed. As if her life wasn’t bad enough, she comes home to find out her brother has left and her house is empty. She thought what her ex-husband did to her was heartbreaking, but the fact that she was swindled by family leaves her aching. Thank goodness she has Dillon Barnett he has been a rock she can lean on
a very sexy one. Dillon has told Nikki more than once that she is welcome to be with him as long as she needs. It goes without saying that he is hoping she stays because the longer he is with her, the more he cares about her. And the best thing? His foster brother, Brett Anderson feels the same way. Now all they have to do is convince Nikki to take a chance on them.
Goodness gracious, but wow. Texas Tangle by Leah Braemel is one hot western ménage! Both male heroes are lean, loyal, and smoking hot. Their treatment of Nikki and the love they have for her shows in every touch and breath they take. The love scenes sizzle on each and every page.
For a truly great ménage read, Texas Tangle is the book for you. I couldn’t get enough of it and had to read it twice, okay three times!