She doesn't remember them at all.
Her life's in New York. The property she's inherited is in Bridgewater, Montana. Going back to the town she visited every summer as a child stirs up long forgotten memories and a girlhood crush, on not one teen-turned-hot-cowboy, but two. Cousins Jack and Sam Kane. Fortunately for her, in Bridgewater, one cowboy's never enough.
In this contemporary version of Vanessa Vale's USA Today bestselling, Bridgewater Menage series, Catherine is forced to choose the life she really wants: the big-city lawyer or the small town cowgirl with two men who want to take her for a very dirty ride.
HEAT WARNING: Contains three sexy cowboys who are still very much in love with their wife, love making love with her—together—and spare no details when doing so…every chance they get. Grey still has a dirty mouth, but thanks to Gabby’s efforts, tries to keep it clean in front of the children. It doesn’t always happen.
Author Note: A McLendon Christmas is not a standalone novel. The Heart of Falcon Ridge should be read first to fully appreciate the McLendons’ Christmas story.
GENRE: erotic romance, western romance, menage, MFM, MFMM, contemporary cowboy, family saga, romantic suspense, steamy, second chance romance, menage a trois, poly love, montana ranch, McLendon Family Saga, Christmas, Holiday
The McLendon Family Saga reading order:
The Heart of Falcon Ridge
A McLendon Christmas
Rock Star Cowboys
Rock Star Cowboys: The Honeymoon
The Hardest Goodbyes
Return to Falcon Ridge
Forever Falcon Ridge
Her punishment continues...
Miss Primrose refuses to submit willingly to Lord Carey’s best attempts to provide her the set down he feels she sorely deserves. And now he owes her a little of his own after her antics in the bedchamber.
Submission is not something familiar to Beatrice Primrose, so she is more than disconcerted to find herself responding to his touch. But she is not about to put up with his aggravating, sometimes overbearing, sometimes arousing attempts to bend her to his will.
When Lord Carey discovers that she has defied his most important directive, his forbearance is pushed to the limit. But seeing her punishment to the end just might undo him.