What's worse than losing your fiancé? Having him break the news two weeks before the wedding during dinner with his family.
Tamsyn is shamed by the way Will handles things but so grateful when his identical brothers step in to take care of her.
It turns out Dean and Evan want to do more than care for the curvy beauty. The men share everything, and Tamsyn is just the wife they want. If she's brave enough to explore the option, she might find they are exactly what she needs.
This contains naughty bits that should be heard only by adults.
©2015 Kit Tunstall (P)2016 Kit Tunstall
I thought that the story was ok but the narrator was not for me at all.
I like it was to the point. I wish is had a little bit more background of the three. but it was good.
ANYONE ELSE ! Not into high-picked, squeaky noise. I fast forward X2 thru the whole book , just to get the story over with.
The story was predictable, women get dumped right before her wedding and two hot men her best friends comes to the rescue. Like I said predictable. Narrator did a good job. Good read for in between books.
The story might have had some redeeming quality if it were narrated by someone else.
Audrey Lusk rushed through the story without making you feel like you are a part of it. Her attempts at masculine men made them sound like stupid, oafish teenage boys which made it hard to take any of the feelings or dialogue or feelings seriously. That being said, her attempts at the female dialogue made all the girls sound whiney and immature.
I kept checking the time left to see how close I was to the end. I paid for it so wanted to listen. However, I would have to say it was probably my worst experience with audible books. Suffice it to say that from now on I will make sure Lusk is NOT the narrator before purchasing books.
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