Her Texas Billionaire Oil Men by Kayla Knight
Publisher: Siren Publishing, Inc.
Length: Short Story (146 pgs)
Other: Ménage, M/F/M, Voyeurism, anal sex, toys,
Rating: 4 cherries
Reviewed by Myrtle
Rugged Texas billionaire oilmen Jake McKenna and Brody Quinn head off into the mountains of Montana for a well-deserved month-long vacation. There’s plenty of good hunting and fishing around the isolated ranch house to keep them occupied.
Things heat up when they decide it’s far more exciting to hunt their beautiful personal assistant, Taylor Matthews, instead. Brody and Jake are Alpha males and very demanding.
Still hurting from a recent break up with a long-term boyfriend, Taylor has no intention of making it easy for the temptingly rich and very attractive oil barons. But what’s a girl to do? Just fantasize about the two gorgeous guys she works for? Or enjoy all they have to offer?
“A sex toy secretly hidden in her luggage by a friend as a joke does not make a woman a rampant nymphomaniac” or does it? I fell in love with this book from the start and had to laugh at myself when Ms. Knight started describing Jake and Brody I kept stopping and going back to check out the cover just to get a visual picture of the two men in all their hot sexy glory.
Jack McKenna has an air of confidence and self-assurance that was a potent aphrodisiac to Taylor, and had me stopping to fan my face a few times, too. Personally I would label that man “too hot to handle” in my little black book. Being a love 'em and leave 'em type of guy, it made me wonder if the storyline would have a fairy tale ending or whether it be one of those happy for now types.
Brody, Jack’s long time friend and partner, is the silent type and still morning the death of his wife. He's not looking for a threesome or so he thinks until he finds himself enchanted by Taylor. The more he gets to know her the more he finds that it is time to return to the land of the living. Ms. Knight does such a great job of creating real, three-dimensional characters.
There are some books that are so well written and the plot laid out in such away that it is as if you are right there, a part of the story and characters. This is one of those. You get the feeling that you actually know Jack, Brody, and Taylor and have a personal stake as a friend or family member in how things turn out for the three in the end. There are a few well-laid twists within the story and the road to Happy Ever After does not come easy.
This book will definitely set your computer on fire and leave you with some hot graphic details to fuel your dreams.