Rachel Robinson has finally given up.
After months and months of waiting on Boone and Chase
Jackson to desire her, she accepts that they never will and
so decides to search for other options to alleviate her
loneliness. When Boone and Chase get wind of other men
searching her out and possibly courting her, they see red.
Rachel is theirs and before the night is over she will fully
understand what it means to be claimed. And no matter what
Rachel thinks, she is well and truly claimed in more ways
than she ever imagined.
Talk about waving a red flag in front
of a bull! Wait, make that two pigheaded bulls and you have
the scenario of Creation of Desire. Boone and
Chase had been burned before and their fears interfered with
their relationship with Rachel. Afraid of being hurt, they
kept biding their time until they could make her see that
she was the woman for them. Except, the right time never
seemed to come and they had to take matters into their own
hands – which they did. Holy Moly did they claim Rachel.
Creation of Desire
explores the fears and tensions prevalent in new
relationships. Boone and Chase had been hurt and in turn,
almost let the best thing ever to happen to them get away.
Rachel loved them entirely but not without wanting to be
loved back. She wanted her men to love her unconditionally,
not because of the results of their lovemaking. Sexual
tension, tenderness, and love are the themes of
Creation of Desire and I envision rereading this
book over and over!