You know those occasions you’ll read a short story and it won’t be enough for you? Not because it’s an incomplete story, but because it’s so good you want it to continue? That’s the way I felt about this story – it made me greedy for more.
Megan Shore is a sensible woman. She has a career as a graphic artist that makes her happy. She has her privacy that makes her a bit lonely, but that’s to be expected when you’ve had your safety compromised in the past. She’s also got a newfound attraction to not just one, but two brothers. The McGatlin brothers are interested in one woman and one woman only and that’s Megan. Once they get a look at her interacting with her fans, they’re captivated by her beauty and grace under pressure. Garrett and Trey McGatlin are like two peas in a pod; as close as siblings can be without killing each other and they already know that the only way they’ll be completely happy is to share their woman.
Garrett, the movie star with the movie star bad boy looks is the first brother to meet Megan. But it’s not the best meeting for either of them because it turns out that he can be a little bit pompous (shocking for a movie star, right?). The good thing is that he knows he wasn’t as nice as he should have been to Megan and is sweetly repentant. If Garrett isn’t hot enough, in comes Trey, the older brother who takes care of the family ranch; he has the more laid back look and vibe but don’t take that to mean he’s easy and passive because he’s definitely not.
I was so mad when this story ended. Before I came back to my senses, I literally kept hitting my iPad screen wondering if it was broken because this couldn’t be the end. Noooo, say it ain’t so. Well alas it was the end and although it was a satisfactory and solid ending I just didn’t want to leave the world that these three were in.
Megan is one of the most common sense smart women characters I’ve read in a while. Knowing that this is an m/f/m story I can honestly say that the storyline of these three meeting, developing a relationship and deciding what they wanted from each other and out of the relationship was way better than the sex. Wait, did I just say that? Yes, but don’t get me wrong, because those scenes (that’s right – more than one) were good. It was the conversation outside of the bedroom, though, that made me believe what was going on inside the bedroom. The guys were a great contrast to each other. Garrett was Mr. Impatient and Trey was Mr. Sensitive (let me hold you). Sigh! There’s a subtly to the way they treated her and even their endearments for her are as different as the guys themselves. Dang it – I want a sequel.
Happy Reading Folks!
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Double Her Fantasyby Randi AlexanderOriginal Release Date: April 18, 2013Publisher: Wild Rose Press