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Raised to be arm candy, Penelope Stark's life is turned upside down when she's forced to plead guilty to crimes committed by her sister. Community service encourages her to stand tall. When her father insists she marry a brutal crony who makes her skin crawl, she escapes, calling herself Jane. She finds refuge with Travis and Riley Adams of the J Bar C Ranch in Climax, Mont Raised to be arm candy, Penelope Stark's life is turned upside down when she's forced to plead guilty to crimes committed by her sister. Community service encourages her to stand tall. When her father insists she marry a brutal crony who makes her skin crawl, she escapes, calling herself Jane. She finds refuge with Travis and Riley Adams of the J Bar C Ranch in Climax, Montana. They are in Port Aransas, Texas, to renovate a set of condos. Determined to take control of her life, and aroused by the two brothers, Jane is able to put her fears behind her, enjoying her body and theirs. Delighting in temporary freedom, she is devastated when her past catches up with her, bringing danger. The Adams brothers bring her to the ranch for safety, and Jane eagerly embraces the life, realizing how much they mean to her. They offer marriage, but is it for love, or just a safe haven?


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Raised to be arm candy, Penelope Stark's life is turned upside down when she's forced to plead guilty to crimes committed by her sister. Community service encourages her to stand tall. When her father insists she marry a brutal crony who makes her skin crawl, she escapes, calling herself Jane. She finds refuge with Travis and Riley Adams of the J Bar C Ranch in Climax, Mont Raised to be arm candy, Penelope Stark's life is turned upside down when she's forced to plead guilty to crimes committed by her sister. Community service encourages her to stand tall. When her father insists she marry a brutal crony who makes her skin crawl, she escapes, calling herself Jane. She finds refuge with Travis and Riley Adams of the J Bar C Ranch in Climax, Montana. They are in Port Aransas, Texas, to renovate a set of condos. Determined to take control of her life, and aroused by the two brothers, Jane is able to put her fears behind her, enjoying her body and theirs. Delighting in temporary freedom, she is devastated when her past catches up with her, bringing danger. The Adams brothers bring her to the ranch for safety, and Jane eagerly embraces the life, realizing how much they mean to her. They offer marriage, but is it for love, or just a safe haven?

30 review for The Bartered Bride

  1. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    3.5 stars. Overall good story. Plenty of lust, drama and the beginnings of trust and love for these two hot cowboys and the little Miss. Princess that all she wanted was a simple life and alot of love.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    This is a really sweet follow up romance continuing on with a good series. I like the men, the way they are with their women, the good storylines and the way everyone gets their comeuppance in the end.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kate Dirty Girls' Good Books

    The Bartered Bride (Climax, Montana #3) by Reece Butler B, inferno, moderate kink, menage, contemp Jane is trying to escape an abusive father and an arranged marriaged to an even more vile man. She's stuck at a bar with no way of leaving when Travis and Riley show up. Travis and Riley seem like the only ones at the bar who might not take advantage of her, so she stows away in their truck. While the men are helping Jane get away, can they also help her discover herself? I'm a sucker for cavemen her The Bartered Bride (Climax, Montana #3) by Reece Butler B, inferno, moderate kink, menage, contemp Jane is trying to escape an abusive father and an arranged marriaged to an even more vile man. She's stuck at a bar with no way of leaving when Travis and Riley show up. Travis and Riley seem like the only ones at the bar who might not take advantage of her, so she stows away in their truck. While the men are helping Jane get away, can they also help her discover herself? I'm a sucker for cavemen heroes. The kind that can say "You're going to do what I say because I know what's best for you." The kind that are protective and dominant without being abusive. The kind that, quite honestly, can come across as being a huge ass. And Reece Butler does a very good job writing those cavemen heroes I adore. As a heroine, Jane struggles to be independent when she never has had a chance to stand on her own. She's had a lot of terrible things happen in her past and we get to watch as Travis and Riley support her on her journey. We get to see a lot of character growth for Jane. The only complaint that I had with this book was that there was a section in the middle that started to go down a hero-taking-the-place-of-daddy path and a trying-to-fix-the-heroine path. Those are themes that I don't typically enjoy reading, but seemed to be rather short lived in this book. I was quickly able to loose myself in the story after getting past that section. This book met all the preferences I have in erotic menage books. Strong heroes and heroines, character growth, a plot that is fast paced, and scenes steamy enough to fog your glasses. If you enjoy erotic menage with a bit of cowboy, I suggest you give this one a try. An additional note: While this one is considered to be the third book in her Climax, Montana series, it can definitely be read by itself. The first 2 books in this series take place back in the 80s and are worth checking out. If you like historical menage, I'd recommend Reece Butler's earlier Bride Train series.

  4. 4 out of 5

    ValerieC

    I suppose I just *couldn't believe* the overbearing, evil father part... in a historical, yes. In this day and age, not so much. The guys were great and it was enjoyable, but I didn't like it as much as the first two in this series. The Mustang Island part sounds just like some condos we stayed at for a week in 2012, the ships in the harbor really do seem to just sit there forever, and there are a couple of cute bars that would fill in for the one described. Even the ferry is in it! I have since I suppose I just *couldn't believe* the overbearing, evil father part... in a historical, yes. In this day and age, not so much. The guys were great and it was enjoyable, but I didn't like it as much as the first two in this series. The Mustang Island part sounds just like some condos we stayed at for a week in 2012, the ships in the harbor really do seem to just sit there forever, and there are a couple of cute bars that would fill in for the one described. Even the ferry is in it! I have since lost my husband to cancer, so I loved this part of the book because he liked the island so much that we had talked of moving there.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ayune01

  6. 4 out of 5

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  11. 4 out of 5

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    Hillian

  13. 5 out of 5

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