Her Arizona Cowboy Brothers by Sabrina Sinclair
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (100 pgs)
Other: BDSM, Multiple Partners, Anal Play, Toys, Spanking
Rating: 3.5 cherries
Reviewed by Sweet Pea
Arizona cowboy brothers, Kyle, Jake, and Ben Dexter, are the last of their kind. They need a Sybar woman in order to continue their line.
Twenty-four year old, down on her luck Lizzie Miles is that woman. She applies for the position of housekeeper, unaware that the three brothers have arranged the whole event, using their special powers of illusion, fantasy and mind melding.
It soon becomes apparent that all three brothers have unlimited sexual desire for English woman Lizzie, both individually, and as a ménage a quatre.
Will she be able resist the inevitable carnal advances of the cowboy brothers? And will she really want to?
Can the brothers tame the English firebrand, and lure her into their beds? Or will Lizzie see through the complex and ingenious illusion that they have created especially for her?
Now these are three sexy brothers any woman could fall for. Kyle, Jake, and Ben Dexter are three Sybar males that can trace their roots all the way back to Russia. But they are down on their luck both in money and in woman. That is until the delectable Lizzie Miles answers their ad in the paper.
Lizzie came from England to America in search of her dreams. After many hard times she sets her eyes on one final job, that seems almost to good to be true. Meeting her new employer, instant sparks fly and she falls swiftly head over heels for not one but all three brothers. But they are keeping big secrets that can only be answered when her true being comes out.
I particularly liked Ben, even though he was considered the baby. All three brothers are very sexy, and I love the southern drawl. I anticipated them getting caught in the lie that they had spun and seeing what Lizzie would do to them. And the sexy scenes were very, very steamy and oh so great.
Sabrina Sinclair does any excellent job of transplanting you into one hell of a sci-fi fantasy. She did an excellent job describing the backround in the culture, and the history behind the people and they way it transpired into their now lives. Her characters are both believable and lovable. Definitely a great way to spend a couple of hours.