Bliss, Colorado, gave Hope McLean a second chance at life, but she's hiding a dark secret.
Raised as brothers, James Glen and Noah Bennett always dreamed of finding a woman to share their lives on the Circle G ranch. James would run the ranch, while Noah served the town of Bliss as the resident vet. But when a woman came between the brothers, Noah fled for New York City and James was left to struggle for the ranch's survival alone.
Now that Noah has returned, he will do anything to repay his debt to James. When he sees Hope, he knows she is the woman they both have been waiting for. But just as their love begins to bloom, a nightmare from Hope's past returns to claim her.
To save Hope, and themselves, they will have to reclaim the brotherhood that was shattered and fight for their future.
Don't let the menage factor sway your choice to read this one, there was way more courting/drama/chasing going on than bedroom play. But if you are a fan of Sophie Oak, you already know how she "plays". Hope, James, and Noah are a great trio, and I really liked their storyline, but I felt like it was too short. I can't put my finger on it, because I thought they were great characters and their romance was passionate, if not a little to cutsie. But the overall length of their story left me wanting more, way more. The end was quick and anti-climactic. We gained a few new residents of Bliss with promising future story lines, but this one just didn't leave an impression on me. Not a bad read by any means, just not the passionate read I was hoping for at this time. Looking forward to the next one, I'm really hoping we return to Dallas/Texas Sirens and get Wolf and Leo's story!