“Jesse” Tyler is closing in on 40, and looking forward to a
new beginning. She’s left behind a bad marriage and
forgotten what’s it’s like to feel anything by surrounding
her heart with a wall of ice. Going to visit her older
sister in Desire, Oklahoma is a welcome change for her.
Soon she learns that Desire is an isolated community where
Dom/sub unions and ménages are the norm. Women in Desire
are revered and protected by the men. Jesse is blown away,
especially when she captures the interest and fancy of
ranchers Clay and Rio Erickson.
independent, heart-scarred woman to do when a pair of
gorgeous brothers bombast her with more pleasure than she’s
ever experienced in her entire life? Hope that she can keep
Desire for Three is a thrill, a pleasant change from
my usual read. I got into the fact that the characters are
mature and assertive people that have experienced life, all
coming together for a chance to experience love and lasting
happiness. The town is described with a believable setting
and origin. It makes you fantasize about escaping to or
possibly living there. All around, Leah Brooke works the
heck out of this puzzle into a plot that keeps you glued to
the pages until you’re fanning from the heat that Jesse,
Clay, and Rio generate in every scene.
how hard she protested, Jesse learned that Clay and Rio
wouldn’t take “no” for an answer. I was glad they knew what
they wanted: Her. Before the end, she folded and that’s
what I call the best kind of HEA. Desire for Three
covers all the bases for romance while mercilessly fogging
up the windows with a smorgasbord of Dom/sub sex that will
make you do a Google search for Desire, Oklahoma.