A Bride For Two Brothers by D.W. Collins
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Realizing that her relationship with her abusive boyfriend is continuing to spiral downward, Kelsey leaves Chicago and heads for the unknown. Finding herself in Montana and working for two cowboys on a ranch, seems like the perfect solution for hiding out.
Brothers Quinton and Whittington have been planning to share a woman and Kelsey happens upon the ranch. When they realize she is hiding details about her past, they decide to punish her and make her realize that while on their ranch she is theirs.
I frankly did not understand this one. She left a degrading and abusive relationship. Her first interaction in an intimate way with the Whittington men is intense and not soft or understanding at all. I never felt like there was any real emotions from the men, it was more she was there and available.
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