Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Adventures of Goldilocks and the Three Behrs

Victoria Goldenrod (Goldilocks) is forced to leave the security of her wealthy family and embark on a journey to the Wild West. Her wagon train is robbed at gunpoint while Victoria is out on a walk through the forest, and she's the only survivor to the brutal killings. She's also the only witness, and she needs a place of refuge where the Blackstone Gang can't find her.

Victoria stumbles across a cottage deep in the forest and makes herself at home, assuming the family is away on a trip, but what she finds in her bed when she awakens the next morning could be more than she's prepared to handle. The Behr family isn't like others. And they'll do anything to make sure Victoria becomes one of their own. Even if every one of them have to seduce her.


For as much as I love my historicals as hot as possible, I have to say this one was a bit much for me. I'm a pretty traditional gal with my romances...I want a love story between one man and one woman. These stories of untraditional relationships with three and four people leave me quite uncomfortable. That being said, I enjoyed the western aspect of this one, especially the wagon train journey in the beginning.

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