web site hit counter Their Virgin's Secret - Ebooks PDF Online
Hot Best Seller

Their Virgin's Secret

Availability: Ready to download

Two Men on a Mission Security Professionals Burke and Cole Lennox have shared women before but never meant to fall in love with one. Their lives are precarious, always on the edge of trouble. But Jessa Wade is too tempting, too perfect to let go. They’re on a dangerous mission, but they can’t help but get close to the beautiful, innocent artist. When their mission takes the Two Men on a Mission Security Professionals Burke and Cole Lennox have shared women before but never meant to fall in love with one. Their lives are precarious, always on the edge of trouble. But Jessa Wade is too tempting, too perfect to let go. They’re on a dangerous mission, but they can’t help but get close to the beautiful, innocent artist. When their mission takes them to a foreign land, they reluctantly leave their love behind, promising to return for her one day. A Woman with a Secret After her lovers disappeared, Jessa Wade bravely moves on with her life, protecting her secret. But when she becomes the target of one of Burke and Cole’s enemies, the men leap into action, vowing to save their woman and to never leave again. As danger stalks all three, they must come together and face the mistakes of their past. On the run and out of time, Burke and Cole will fight for their future with Jessa. But will Jessa’s secret bring them together…or tear them apart?


Compare

Two Men on a Mission Security Professionals Burke and Cole Lennox have shared women before but never meant to fall in love with one. Their lives are precarious, always on the edge of trouble. But Jessa Wade is too tempting, too perfect to let go. They’re on a dangerous mission, but they can’t help but get close to the beautiful, innocent artist. When their mission takes the Two Men on a Mission Security Professionals Burke and Cole Lennox have shared women before but never meant to fall in love with one. Their lives are precarious, always on the edge of trouble. But Jessa Wade is too tempting, too perfect to let go. They’re on a dangerous mission, but they can’t help but get close to the beautiful, innocent artist. When their mission takes them to a foreign land, they reluctantly leave their love behind, promising to return for her one day. A Woman with a Secret After her lovers disappeared, Jessa Wade bravely moves on with her life, protecting her secret. But when she becomes the target of one of Burke and Cole’s enemies, the men leap into action, vowing to save their woman and to never leave again. As danger stalks all three, they must come together and face the mistakes of their past. On the run and out of time, Burke and Cole will fight for their future with Jessa. But will Jessa’s secret bring them together…or tear them apart?

30 review for Their Virgin's Secret

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jessica's Totally Over The Top Book Obsession

    This one is so much better than the first one! Much more believable. I liked the main characters. I do wish it would have went a little deeper. Quick, sexy, entertaining read. 3.5 stars

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sophia Triad

    Two brothers who like sharing, one lonely girl, few hot nights. And suddenly the men disappear and the girl is left alone with the outcome of these hot nights. Their story goes back and forth between the past and the present and this was a bit confusing and tiring, since the most interesting parts of their love story were in the past while their present was only an ongoing adventure. I got bored with the two brothers trying to find ways to explain the past misunderstandings. On the other hand, th Two brothers who like sharing, one lonely girl, few hot nights. And suddenly the men disappear and the girl is left alone with the outcome of these hot nights. Their story goes back and forth between the past and the present and this was a bit confusing and tiring, since the most interesting parts of their love story were in the past while their present was only an ongoing adventure. I got bored with the two brothers trying to find ways to explain the past misunderstandings. On the other hand, the sex scenes were totally hot and they worth all the fuss. BDSM was light.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kat Witmer

    OMFG!!! Jessa you pissed me off to no end! What the hell?? I really would have loved this story but the lead heroine COMPLETELY did me in! She was so immature and obtuse. I get her anger in the beginning, it was justified...UNTIL Burke and Cole explained everything to her. Once everything was out in the open and all was revealed her continued anger, hurtful words and constantly calling them "liars" was over the top and annoying!!! Come on, these men went on missions to free enslaved women who we OMFG!!! Jessa you pissed me off to no end! What the hell?? I really would have loved this story but the lead heroine COMPLETELY did me in! She was so immature and obtuse. I get her anger in the beginning, it was justified...UNTIL Burke and Cole explained everything to her. Once everything was out in the open and all was revealed her continued anger, hurtful words and constantly calling them "liars" was over the top and annoying!!! Come on, these men went on missions to free enslaved women who were sexual tortured and confined and she was upset because she wanted to "feel important too". Give me a break! Not to mention the fact that those two guys constantly kissed her ass...and she still found lame ass excuses to be mad!! GRRRR!!! The only reason this book got two stars was for the guys! Burke and Cole were effing HOT. Cole was a dominant and I loved it when he got angry and told it like it was! I just feel sorry they got stuck with that twit Jessa!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Snow

    this one had a slightly better plot, a little bit of angst, anticipation, with a spark of suspense and freaking hawt menage sex! Scorch me now! Oh, and before i forget, the best part for me was a build up tension between Cole and Jessa, and then add his bro Burke into the mix... And then...bzzz...bzzzz...electrocuted

  5. 4 out of 5

    Taralinda

    ***Spoilers*** This book disappointed me, as with the last one in this series. I just didn't connect with any of the characters, and it felt very rushed. Basically the whole book takes place in a motel room. Wtf? I was pissed at Cole and Burke. They were idiots for leaving Jessa just because they thought she was married. If they loved her so much wouldn't they at least try and fight for her?! That didn't make sense to me. I also thought it wasn't cool that they left her for so long without contact ***Spoilers*** This book disappointed me, as with the last one in this series. I just didn't connect with any of the characters, and it felt very rushed. Basically the whole book takes place in a motel room. Wtf? I was pissed at Cole and Burke. They were idiots for leaving Jessa just because they thought she was married. If they loved her so much wouldn't they at least try and fight for her?! That didn't make sense to me. I also thought it wasn't cool that they left her for so long without contacting her at all and just expected her to wait for them unquestioningly. Not very considerate. Why does it have to be up to the woman to contact them when they were the ones who left her? Jessa's anger was completely understandable to me. I know some people thought she was bitchy and held on to her anger for too long, but she was royally fucked over by them, even though it was unintentional. She lost her virginity to them and they left days later, she gets pregnant , is completely alone , they never contact her, and she has to have they baby alone thinking they abandoned her. And then they just show up and expect her to forgive them. Um, no. I was surprised she was able to get over it as fast as she did. Just like in the last book, there was the annoying "poor me" attitude from one of the men, in this case Cole. That drives me crazy! I can understand him having self doubt and not understanding how someone could care about him considering his past, but the whole shutting down thing is annoying. If you love her, fight for it!! Luckily he gets over it after a while, but man that was unfortunate. To me it was obvious who was aiding Marco the whole time, which really took away from the tension of the book. I thought Marco's character as a villain was really under-developed. He was never that scary to me. I can think of numerous different angles the authors could've gone to make him more villainous and threatening, but it never happened. Now that I think about it, none of the characters were that well developed... *Sigh* Some of the only good things about this book were the sex scenes (which were pretty hot, but not scorching), and the cameo of the characters from the last book. I also kind of liked the flashbacks to when Jessa first meets and spends time with Cole and Burke. Regardless, I can't help but compares this series to Lexi Blake's Masters and Mercenaries series, and its so disappointing in comparison. This may be the last book in the series I read :/

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kami Bee

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This would get one star from me if not for some genuinely adorable scenes with the baby (the most likable character in the book) and the two excerpts of other titles at the end of the book, either of which at least shows more originality than this book. I'm desperate to read the one about the smut author who sings and dances when she's inspired and blocks out sex scenes with Barbies. She sounds a lot like me. It's just bland, unromantic, and kind of disturbing. This is the third 'ménage romance' This would get one star from me if not for some genuinely adorable scenes with the baby (the most likable character in the book) and the two excerpts of other titles at the end of the book, either of which at least shows more originality than this book. I'm desperate to read the one about the smut author who sings and dances when she's inspired and blocks out sex scenes with Barbies. She sounds a lot like me. It's just bland, unromantic, and kind of disturbing. This is the third 'ménage romance' I've read (although one of them wasn't a ménage by the end), so maybe I'm wearying of the concept. It's not even funny any more. One woman loving two (or more) guys, even simultaneously, I'm fine with. But this idea of two guys who are somehow incomplete unless they're a package deal... that sounds pathetic to me. A guy who doesn't want to get it up without his brother in the room... I'd call that being gay for the brother, personally. Instead it's pitched as them complementing one another well sexually because one of them is indulgent and the other aggressive. So now we need another man to keep one of the men in check? Sounds a little like a situation I wouldn't want to be getting into. And then, there's the Alpha stereotype. I think I'd be open to that in a story if done well. What Alpha seems to mean to some authors is a guy who has some serious insecurities from his past and takes these out on his lovers by being needlessly aggro - sometimes to or past the edge of non-con. The one thing I respect about the woman in the book, Jessa, is that she doesn't dwell on the bad stuff in her past more than a normal person would. Her parents have rejected her for not wanting to be in the family business, but she never really seems to have let that get in the way of what she wants. While the two guys, who are, for the record, total heroes who at the start of the book have returned from rescuing girls kidnapped to foreign brothels, are still emoing over some things their uncle said to them when they were kids. They're drawn to Jessa because she seems to instinctively know how to 'handle' them. I suspect I'd be 'handling' them by telling them to get over themselves. I guess I'll never understand the female desire to 'fix' a guy - let alone two - and I certainly wouldn't be putting up with any 'Alpha' would-be Dom who's just a big whiny baby. But for all purposes, Jessa's not that much brighter than the guys. She gets pregnant because she has de-condom'd sex with the two guys four days after starting the Pill. Now, a lot of people, without having been on the Pill, realise it takes a little while to be as effective as it is. The two guys, who have certainly been around the block and must realise she's probably just gone on them, don't ask questions. They haven't been tested but know they're clean, disease-wise. (I, personally, wouldn't be trusting guys with a penchant for buttsex who are so easily convinced to forego the penis-hat.) Jessa doesn't know she's not totally covered because she rushed out of the clinic not wanting 'a lecture'. And apparently didn't read the directions that came with the prescription? She doesn't ask any female friends for advice, either, because she has none. The two guys are enough for her, she indicates. Yeah, at this point I started to get the impression that Jessa was just as juvenile as her lovers, only in a more subtle way. The one thing that both intrigued and baffled me was the safe word Jessa chooses. 'Resolution'? It's four syllables! Wouldn't you want something a little shorter to spit out in a panic? And it's a weird choice anyway, but this is never remarked on or explored. And that's pretty much the standard throughout the whole book. Anything remotely interesting is ignored in favour of boring generic three-person sex scenes and stilted, unbelievable action scenes. I found myself dreading the inevitable final sex scene. At least there wasn't an epilogue. How did anyone think publishing this was a good idea?

  7. 4 out of 5

    ♂♀♂ Mary's Menage Reviews ♂♂♀

    MUST READ. check my blog to read the full review http://marywhispers.blog.com/?p=544 MUST READ. check my blog to read the full review http://marywhispers.blog.com/?p=544

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tina "IRead2Escape"

    I'm still not completely sold on this series. I can't quite put my finger on the exact reason but I just can't seem to connect with the characters or develop a vested interest in them. They are likable enough and really good to their woman but it just all seems so scripted and less emotion driven. Brothers Burke and Cole share their women. That's always been what makes them the happiest. So meeting Jessa they thought they had finally found the one that would be theirs forever. It was love at fir I'm still not completely sold on this series. I can't quite put my finger on the exact reason but I just can't seem to connect with the characters or develop a vested interest in them. They are likable enough and really good to their woman but it just all seems so scripted and less emotion driven. Brothers Burke and Cole share their women. That's always been what makes them the happiest. So meeting Jessa they thought they had finally found the one that would be theirs forever. It was love at first sight for all of them. Their top secret job took them away and a series of misinformation and lies tore them apart. Now, someone is trying to kill her and all of the truth is coming out. I am on the fence if I will give the next book in this series a read or not. I guess we'll see.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    The narrator really made this book hard to listen to.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    When Burke Lennox saw Jessa Wade for the first time, he knew she was different. Even though his twin Cole refuses to get involved while on a difficult assignment that could put her in jeopardy, the three of them form a bond that they can no longer resist. A few days later, Cole and Burke have to leave to finish their work promising to return and pursue a life filled with hope. A year later, an urgent message from Jessa comes and Burke and Cole finally get to see the woman who broke their heart. E When Burke Lennox saw Jessa Wade for the first time, he knew she was different. Even though his twin Cole refuses to get involved while on a difficult assignment that could put her in jeopardy, the three of them form a bond that they can no longer resist. A few days later, Cole and Burke have to leave to finish their work promising to return and pursue a life filled with hope. A year later, an urgent message from Jessa comes and Burke and Cole finally get to see the woman who broke their heart. Everything they had found out about her in the year they have been away, becomes blatantly obvious that someone has betrayed them trying to keep them apart. Now they have to keep Jessa safe as well as try to win back her trust. Without saying to much to give away key points of the story as it unfolds this was an excellent book. Cole is my favorite, dark and dangerous while Burke is the ray of sunshine. Fantastic addition to the series. **Reread, excellent story. I can't wait until the next one.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nickcole

    Stars: 4 Overall: When you find the right person, you'll stop at nothing to make sure they are taken care of and safe. When you first start reading the book, your introduced to Cole and Burke standing outside of Jessa's house , unsure if they should just walk right up & knock or just leave. After they hear her screaming the run inside the house to the basement, to find a man attacking the woman they love. They bad guy tells them that Marco ( the son of the man they killed ) is after them and ther Stars: 4 Overall: When you find the right person, you'll stop at nothing to make sure they are taken care of and safe. When you first start reading the book, your introduced to Cole and Burke standing outside of Jessa's house , unsure if they should just walk right up & knock or just leave. After they hear her screaming the run inside the house to the basement, to find a man attacking the woman they love. They bad guy tells them that Marco ( the son of the man they killed ) is after them and there is nothing they can do about it. Jessa freaks and runs upstairs with Burke hot on her heels and Cole dealing with the "husband" Angus. Once they are out of the house , the men are in for a major surprises that turns their world UPSIDE DOWN AND INSIDE OUT. Than they get a call from Marco ( the mastermind bad guy) & he tells them that the games have just begun and he can't wait for them to loose what he has lost, but only ten times worse. Cole and Burke jump into to action and Jessa is still very hurt and lashes out because she thinks the men left her after a four weekend of passion and lovemaking. The Story hoes back and forth from present day to a year in the past when Burke, Jessa & Cole first met. That was something i enjoyed, but found it over detailed at some points. I wish the author would've spent more time with the threesome talking to each other or shit just making more love. Not flashing back to situations that i felt weren't needed. Also I understand that Jessa was upset with them for leaving, but once they finally explain why they did what they did, i wish she would've cut them some slack instead of pushing for "angry" sex. Another problem for me was the action at the end of the book with Marco. Ok, how it all started was really good, but than once they reach the airstrip, i was just hoping that they could've dragged out beating Marco up and maybe let Jessa get in a few groin shots. My last and final MAJOR problem was, there was no epilogue, what they hell happened afterwards?? I know that we will hear about them in future books, but i would've love to have read about them a year later after everything to see how they settled. Overall I loved this book & I really love the series! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT! Characters: Cole ; Jessa & Burke Page Turner: YES! Series Cont: OH YES! Recommend: YES YES YES!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Francesca the Fierce (Under the Covers Book Blog)

    This review was posted at Under The Covers Every woman's fantasy come true. Jessa meets a pair of to-die-for hot twins while having to work at the family hotel in Manhattan for Christmas. The perk about her family being gone is that she gets to have as much fun as she can. But this actually happened a year ago. The book jumps back and forth between present day and a year ago. The present day situation is not as desirable. See Cole and Burke are basically mercenaries and the son of the bad guy they This review was posted at Under The Covers Every woman's fantasy come true. Jessa meets a pair of to-die-for hot twins while having to work at the family hotel in Manhattan for Christmas. The perk about her family being gone is that she gets to have as much fun as she can. But this actually happened a year ago. The book jumps back and forth between present day and a year ago. The present day situation is not as desirable. See Cole and Burke are basically mercenaries and the son of the bad guy they were after a year ago when they met Jessa found out how the feel about her and wants to kill her. When the boys came back to protect her they found out she had a baby, their son! And of course she wants nothing to do with them because they left and never came back. Jessa got a bit annoying to me after they explained the truth and why they had to leave and then why they stayed away. She just kept saying "you're liars" but was that really lying? And if they're here now, why are you still complaining instead of giving them another chance? Good thing for the flashbacks we kept having to their year ago affair. And Cole was amazing! I was bit better prepared for this book in comparison to the first one. The stories are a bit far fetched and obviously there's a permanent menage situation with brothers again, which has to be tricky! But I did enjoy this book more than the first one.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Tammi

    **** Contain's Spoilers*** I really love how the author defines each character. Cole,the bad boy, the one that is called heartless, but his heart is really opened and ready to be fixed by the one woman he loves. Burke, the good boy, the happy flirty one that wants to settle down with his one love. Jessa called them two halves of a whole and you can most definitively see it as you read this book. I loved Jessa. She was fragile, at least you thought so at first. But she showed her back bone. She st **** Contain's Spoilers*** I really love how the author defines each character. Cole,the bad boy, the one that is called heartless, but his heart is really opened and ready to be fixed by the one woman he loves. Burke, the good boy, the happy flirty one that wants to settle down with his one love. Jessa called them two halves of a whole and you can most definitively see it as you read this book. I loved Jessa. She was fragile, at least you thought so at first. But she showed her back bone. She stood up to Cole and Burke and as she was accused of more than once, topping them from the bottom. The brothers were what most good girls dream of, and what they won't admit too. A Menage with two sex gods. But they do not just want the sex, they want their cake and be able to eat it too. They want Jenna, their son, marriage and to be a family. One of the only reasons I wanted to smack Burke upside was when they find out what Burke's secretary has been up to. I saw that one coming. I guess you can call it woman's intuition. This book was hot, it demanded that you not put it down until you read the last word. I can not wait to read the next book in the series. After being introduced to Rafe and Kade al Mussad in this book, I know their's will be as hot, or possibly even hotter then the last two books in this series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    MrsJoseph *grouchy*

    Man! This has been on the TBR since 2012. WOW. Let's see if I can force myself to read it. Book 1 was...not fun. Update: This book is a total steaming pile. Yet again we have the virgin who jumps feet first (or is that pussy first?) into a menage relationship with brothers. *gag* Also unbelievable. The whole plot also...just full of shit. The plot of this book is...the refrigerated girlfriend. The heroes arrest a mobster type guy who gets killed in prison. The mobster's son decides he will kidnap Man! This has been on the TBR since 2012. WOW. Let's see if I can force myself to read it. Book 1 was...not fun. Update: This book is a total steaming pile. Yet again we have the virgin who jumps feet first (or is that pussy first?) into a menage relationship with brothers. *gag* Also unbelievable. The whole plot also...just full of shit. The plot of this book is...the refrigerated girlfriend. The heroes arrest a mobster type guy who gets killed in prison. The mobster's son decides he will kidnap and prostitute the heroine. Who the heroes haven't even seen in a fucking year plus. And they only fucked her the one night - that she gets preggers. Seriously. The mobster's son announces how he will rape the heroine and then pimp her out to the most horrible people he can find to torture her terribly... So that the HEROES will suffer. Because, of course, the heroine can be nothing but motivation: for revenge, for sex, for baby making. Because she has holes - but she damn sure had no personality. There was NOTHING in this book that was about the heroine. She was motivation and nothing more. Fuck you, authors.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Erica

    I had no plans on reading this one as I was really kind of disappointed in Their Virgin Captive. A good friend who I share very similar reading tastes with convinced me to give it a try. This one? WAY BETTER. I loved how this story flipped back and forth between present and past. I know that kind of annoyed some other readers but I really liked it a lot. The story was very believable. Of course, the fact that it had a lot set in Dallas was kind of cool...since I live here...but I just really like I had no plans on reading this one as I was really kind of disappointed in Their Virgin Captive. A good friend who I share very similar reading tastes with convinced me to give it a try. This one? WAY BETTER. I loved how this story flipped back and forth between present and past. I know that kind of annoyed some other readers but I really liked it a lot. The story was very believable. Of course, the fact that it had a lot set in Dallas was kind of cool...since I live here...but I just really liked the damsel in distress aspect of this one. WAY. MORE. REALISTIC. And while I usually get really creeped out by brothers in menage, this one I didn't. I wish they had stopped referring to each other as "brother" during certain parts of the book (cough cough) but overall, this was well-written and well-done. And sigh...a HEA after the guys find out her secret...well, that's always good. :)

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    This is a fast read with some hot menage action in it..The sex has a BDSM theme to it but doesn't go into depth like some other books do. I would more call it a light BDSM read. Just some brief bondage, spanking, but nothing hard core. The heroine in this book annoyed me a bit with her being mad at the two men for leaving her in the past to go help save a girl that was taken into sexual slavery. I felt she should have been more understanding, so she didn't have my sympathy vote at all. This is an This is a fast read with some hot menage action in it..The sex has a BDSM theme to it but doesn't go into depth like some other books do. I would more call it a light BDSM read. Just some brief bondage, spanking, but nothing hard core. The heroine in this book annoyed me a bit with her being mad at the two men for leaving her in the past to go help save a girl that was taken into sexual slavery. I felt she should have been more understanding, so she didn't have my sympathy vote at all. This is an ok read for being a short story and I will read the third book as well..I can honestly say that I liked book #1 better than this one and I think the biggest part was the heroine just irritated me too much in this book!

  17. 4 out of 5

    LaFleurBleue

    This book combines quite many things I hate in erotica: first brothers needing to share someone, who have friends who ALL share the same "lifestyle", of course they are strongly dominent in the bedroom. And the heroine has very strong urges but has never worked with them and her first experience will be with those 2 guys. Add to that a bad guy that want to revenge - on them, but she's a nice tool to achieve that. There's a mole somewhere in their environment. And of course as soon as one of them This book combines quite many things I hate in erotica: first brothers needing to share someone, who have friends who ALL share the same "lifestyle", of course they are strongly dominent in the bedroom. And the heroine has very strong urges but has never worked with them and her first experience will be with those 2 guys. Add to that a bad guy that want to revenge - on them, but she's a nice tool to achieve that. There's a mole somewhere in their environment. And of course as soon as one of them realized who is the mole who had managed to put a tracker to them, the bad guy is just at the door to get the girl. But they had been lougning in the same room for hours before and the bad guy could not come before that. The hot scene was not even great. A complete let-down.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Shan ~A~

    The story went back and forth between the past and the present, starting in the present and going back to explain how they met and what happened after. Unlike the first book, when she met them they had only known each other a matter of days before their sexual relationship started. That seems unrealistic considering she was a virgin. Other than that they book was pretty good. The time jumping was effortlessly done, so it didn't put any crimp in the story. Their was no confusion at all when this to The story went back and forth between the past and the present, starting in the present and going back to explain how they met and what happened after. Unlike the first book, when she met them they had only known each other a matter of days before their sexual relationship started. That seems unrealistic considering she was a virgin. Other than that they book was pretty good. The time jumping was effortlessly done, so it didn't put any crimp in the story. Their was no confusion at all when this took place. Shayla Black and Lexi Black knows how to write great polyamorous/menage relationships with an added bit of suspense.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    Definitely Masters of Ménage Lexi Blake and Shayla Black are definitely Masters of Ménage! The sexy scenes are so full of lust, fun, BDSM themes, and yummy dominant men that you can’t help but squirm and hope your Kindle doesn’t spontaneously combust! In addition, they weave a tale of dangerous men, drama, adventure, romance and deep emotions that make it hard to put down the book until the end.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ann has a dirty mouth

    I don't feel that I can give this book an objective review because I didn't realize it was so short when I bought it. It makes a regular lengh romance novel look like War and Peace. Also, it is a secret baby book. If you like books like this, you will probably like it. The secks was great, but I had hoped for more.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Cyn Mistress Kitty

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I liked this book better than the first one in the series. Burke and Cole were great however Jessa got on my nerves because she was way too stubborn even though I understood she had to go through a lot of heartache on her own. Also, she was suppose to be really smart so why was she so stupid about birth control? Just did a re-read.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sanet

    Ms Black's second book did it for me... I absolutely loved the twins ... but .... hell no to Jessa.... where does she get this character from... uuuggghhh!!!! I wanted to slap the girl six ways to Sunday.. really ... really.. but the story was well put together and the plot was just what I needed :)

  23. 5 out of 5

    Vashti

    enjoyed this one quite a bit,more so than the 1st book inthis series.the going back and forth from present to past did not bother me as much.as usual shayla black does a great job with the sex scenes and looking forword to the next entry in this series.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tristen

    In audio Other than some rocking hot sex, and even that was uncomfortable at times, this drove me insane with the constant barriers, the endless repeating of we're sorry, we made mistakes, we love you. Maybe it was narrative again but still not working for me.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Since I knew what I was getting into this time, I enjoyed this one better. Well written and I loved Cole.

  26. 4 out of 5

    HeatherTX

    Hot read! Alpha males galore in this read with plenty of sex and suspense to boot!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Trish

    Who doesn't love all things Shayla Black.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rin McKenzie

    I liked this book. Although it took Jessa awhile to let it go, it was a good read.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Wild_irish_rose

    I am thoroughly enjoying this series and loved Jessa, Cole, and Burke's story. It was fun to see the big alpha's interacting with baby Caleb. I'm glad they got their HEA!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jacky

    I listened to the audio version of the book. The narration was pretty good. The story....meh. One thing that bothered me was the description that read, "On the run and out of time, Burke and Cole will fight for their future with Jessa. But, will Jessa's secret bring them together...or read them apart?" Based on the description , it sounds like Jessa's secret came out "while" they were on the run. Ummm...slightly misleading. That is, of course, if Jessa's secret is what it appeared to be. Next, I'm I listened to the audio version of the book. The narration was pretty good. The story....meh. One thing that bothered me was the description that read, "On the run and out of time, Burke and Cole will fight for their future with Jessa. But, will Jessa's secret bring them together...or read them apart?" Based on the description , it sounds like Jessa's secret came out "while" they were on the run. Ummm...slightly misleading. That is, of course, if Jessa's secret is what it appeared to be. Next, I'm not a big fan of alternating between past and present throughout a story. I don't mind having to refer to the past, but I prefer that it be done all at once and then move into the present. Or, that it has to be done to reference a specific issue, like the Marco situation. But, the constant back and forth was irritating. Cole, Burke, and Jessa's situation, I could see both POV's. If Cole and Burke could go on the run with burner phones, they could have used one to call Jessa. At minimum, they could have informed her to contact Gavin, if she needed anything. Their job responsibilities have them doing more in-depth research than they did for someone they supposedly loved. I understand Jessa being angry. I understand irl that often anger doesn't dissipate as quickly as it does in a novel, but in my romance novels, after the explanation was given to Jessa, I though her anger would gradually dissipate. They were wrong for not making arrangements for her, but for her to retain that anger after finding out what they had been doing was also irritating. Also, they DID give her a way to get in touch with them. No one expected the series of circumstances that made it impossible for her to reach them. I didn't feel the chemistry between them. I think it was lost for me while moving between past and present. It took me out of the moment when the attraction was developing. I would give this 2 stars, maybe 2.5.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.