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Monday, May 4, 2009

Love Slave for Two: Family Matters by Tymber Dalton

Love Slave for Two: Family Matters by Tymber Dalton
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc.
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full (370 pages)
Other: BDSM, M/F, M/M/F, M/M, Ménage
Cherry Rating: Best Book
Review by: Amaranth

Nevvie spent her early life feeling unloved and rejected. Then she met Tyler and Thomas and her scorchingly hot fairytale dream's come true. They have a perfect life and a beautiful son. While their family isn't traditional, she's more than happy with her two hunky, sexy husbands and their relationship.

Unfortunately, a betrayal from where Nevvie least expects it knocks their world on its ear. Barely recovering from that, one horrible morning and an unimaginable double tragedy threatens to take her men and destroy all she loves.

Struggling to keep things together, Nevvie must forge ahead and draw strength from her unusual adopted circle of friends and family to save her men and preserve the life she loves. With Thomas and Tyler's lives on the line, can Nevvie find the will to keep going and bring her husbands safely home? Because to Nevvie, family is the only thing that matters.

Nevvie quickly went from trapped in a bad relationship to wife of two loving husbands. Well, okay, they are not legally married, but they are married in all other ways that count. Family Matters is the second book in this series, and while it is fine as a standalone title, I do highly recommend that you read the first book, so that you can fully understand Nevvie, Tyler and Thomas and their relationship. I will mention that the first book is a bit longer than this book’s 370 pages, and that a lot of those pages are dedicated to nothing more than developing these complex characters and their story and illustrating their love and growing relationship.

Nevvie and her boys are happier than they ever thought possible. Tymber Dalton is one of few authors that I have read that can make her characters so realistic that I feel like they are old friends and family; and then she draws you into her story to the point that you actually live the story, laughing and crying right along with her characters. When an unexpected betrayal hits, their lives are turned upside down. Just when things are beginning to look up again, more tragedy hits and Nevvie nearly loses her mind when both of her boys are lying at death’s door. Tymber Dalton has created several secondary characters that are not as in-depth, but they are still very strong, and they complete this book in many ways, including giving Nevvie strength to get through some of the worst days of her life. If it weren’t for her new extended family, I don’t think that Nevvie would have made it through that horrible day. As Nevvie says, Tyler is her brain and Thomas is her strength and she is literally brought to her knees in a gut-wrenching turn of events that had me crying right along with her.

I could go on and on about how great Nevvie, Thomas and Tyler are, as well as the talents that Tymber Dalton brings to her books. However, the best way for you to experience an exceptionally written book it is to just read it! I highly recommend Love Slave for Two: Family Matters. The ending leaves me to believe that there may be a third book in this series, one that I await anxiously.

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