Wednesday, August 23, 2017


Publisher: Siren Publishing, Inc.
Date published: May 2016
ISBN: 978-1-68295-242-9
Contemporary, Ménage a Trois/Quatre, Western/Cowboys
Reviewed by Gabrielle (

Obtained via publisher

Rating: 4 Hearts

Cassie has lived her life under the thumb of men who were supposed to love and care for her but all she got was disdain and pain. Even her love of music is taken away from her. Her only saving solace in her life is that she has two beautiful children and she has now made it on her own and gotten out from the men and their hurtful ways. When the two most important men from her past show up in her life again Cassie must make a choice to take back what was taken from her all those years ago or let it slip away once again.

Cassie’s story is a beautiful read. She pulls herself up and out of her painful past and makes a good life for herself. Her life may not have gone the way she wanted or thought it would but she made the best of what she had. With the return of Samson and Ivan to Divine Cassie can grab a hold of what she truly wants. She finds that their love never died and the two men accept her any way that they can get her. They love her and will do anything to prove their worth to her. Cassie only needs to take a leap of faith and grab hold of that love.
I enjoyed watching Cassie and her men reunite. They are a bit older and a lot smarter. Ivan and Samson are both great men. Each loves Cassie in his own way. Cassie loves both men equally and goes through her own emotions and thoughts on where their relationship will go. The three are great together in and out of the bedroom. The sex is hot and the love and interaction between the three is nice to see. I really liked seeing Cassie fight to take her life back into her own hands with the help of her men and the support of her children. It was also nice to see Cassie and her men interact with many of the others in Divine. I am excited to see just what will happen next in this series.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.


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