Her Vigilante Passion by Bonnie Parker
Publisher: Siren Bookstrand Publishing
Length: Short Story (138 pgs)
Other: M/F/M, M/F, Ménage
Rating: 3 cherries
Reviewed by Bittersweet
Luke's talent with a gun and belief in law put him in charge of the Stonewell Gang. The fire burning in his heart and loins for a sassy blonde promised him a future. But when a quick draw ended in the death of a friend, justice had to be served no matter the cost.
Softhearted Adam is content to carry on the family ranch. The emotions of his mind and heart for a brazen blonde leave no doubt who he will wed to share his family's land. But when trouble strikes, tough skin is needed to take care of business.
Lara's body is humming for pleasure. She's known all along she'd end up hitched to one of the devilishly handsome Stonewell brothers. She wants both. When a shocking injustice leads to desertion, she falls into the solid embrace that waits even as she refuses to forget the one who fled.
Frequently romance novels are all about one man and one woman. Her Vigilante Passion is not.
Lara is in love with a pair of brothers, Adam and Luke. I was baffled. How was the author going to solve this issue? Was she going to make Lara choose one of the brothers? I certainly couldn’t pick one. Where Adam was sweet and tender, Luke was harsh and passionate. However, as I began to read I came to comprehend where Ms. Parker was taking the plot. Why must a girl be forced to choose? Who is to say that a person can only love one other person? Why must she keep only one of the brothers when she can have both, because they both love her?
Indeed, Lara doesn’t choose and instead all characters seem content with this ménage a trois. The author expertly tangles the characters' feelings and personalities with their lovemaking. Be it on the bed, the countryside, in the water… all the sex was sizzling hot. It almost made me feel like I was in the old west, scorching myself with the trio.
Though I found the subplot weak, (who was who and what was going to happen became quite obvious after a little while), Ms. Parker carefully threads it into the main plot.
Nonetheless, the lovemaking between three persons is something out of the ordinary for me and replaces this lack of subplot quite well. Ms. Parker explores territories new to me and that not only kept my interest but made my body tingle too.
Her Vigilante Passion is a short, fast, extremely hot read, which will leave you sated like a cool glass of water on a hot scorching day.