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Monday, February 7, 2011

True Heart by Delilah Devlin

True Heart by Delilah Devlin
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (75 pages)
Other: M/F/M, Ménage, Anal Play
Rating: 4 cherries
Reviewed by Sweet Pea

Two men plus one woman equals three bodies on fire…

A Red Hot Winter story.

True Wyatt’s hands are going to be full enough keeping the herd alive through the dead of winter. The last thing he needs to hear is that his brother Lonny has rented out their isolated hunting cabin to a reclusive writer—especially a sassy, disaster-prone brunette. Who has time to babysit a city girl until spring?

With a deadline looming, erotica writer Honey Cahill is looking forward to six distraction-free weeks to finish her next book. However, between Lonny’s flirty sensuality and True’s hard-edged intensity, the Wyatt brothers set the stage of her imagination for a winter of wicked delights.

The fire that destroys the cabin, though, is as real as it gets. Forced to seek a bed under True and Lonny’s roof, the temptation to experiment—all in the name of research, of course—is overpowering. One night in their arms doesn’t feel like enough; it feels like more. Particularly with one cowboy who fires all her cylinders…

Imagine you’re in the middle of your own novel with two gorgeous cowboys. Honey Cahill is a woman in need for an escape, but when the cabin she is slated to stay in burns down, what’s a girl to do? When a handsome young cowboy offers another alternative she jumps at the chance.

True has been happy with his life, or so he keeps telling himself. While out tending to his ranch he is startled to see his new tenant is a woman. This is no place for a woman to stay during the winter season. So why is it so hard to tell her to leave?

True was a great male lead, a bit rough around the edges but it works for him. I love to read stories where the female or male lead is an author it just adds that extra oomph to the story. Honey was both funny and heartwarming in her role as a woman on her own. I loved the touch about her husband, it really made you grow to love her character and appreciate what she has had to endure.

The main characters in this story had quite unique names which suited them perfectly. All and all this was a great quick, hot read filled with two very sexy cowboys. I will be putting it in my keeper pile. I am secretly hoping Lone will get his own story.

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