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Sadie's Texas Cowboy Saviors [Raw Texas Heat 2] (Siren Publishing Menage Everlasting) Paperback – 20 Sep 2011
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Sadie's Texas Cowboy Saviors [Raw Texas Heat 2] (Siren Publishing Menage Everlasting) [Siren Menage Everlasting: Erotic Cowboy Menage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, bondage, sex toys] A traumatic experience causes twenty-five-year-old Sadie Myers to lose her memory. All that connects her to the past is an old photograph of herself standing outside a cattle ranch in Texas. Frightened and confused, but needing answers, she heads straight for the ranch. When cowboy brothers Matt and Joe Conn... Full description
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The first book in this series just far outshined this one. Joe is an ass with little to soften him or show another side to him in the beginning, yet Sadie is conflicted between the brothers. The chemistry and build of the characters just isn't there. Sadie is pitiful, yes, but she annoys me. I can't help but question the way she seems to play the brothers against each other, all the while claiming she wants the opposite. The story line itself isn't tired but the inability to enjoy the dynamic between the characters made me enjoy what might have been a great story way less.
With as frustrating as I found this book, I loved the first book so much that I am willing to give Kayla Knight one more chance to keep me as a reader. Was the caliber of this book a fluke or the first one? I'm hoping it's the former not the latter.