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Saturday, August 4, 2012

"Open Season" by Kaliana Cole

Title: Open Season
Author: Kaliana Cole
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Sub-Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 278 pages
Heat Rating: Erotic
Rating: 5 Cups

Available at:
Amazon | B&N | Siren-Bookstrand Publishing

“Those two can't share a goddamn wrench. They don't have a hope in hell of sharing a woman.”

Danny Blake has never held a woman longer than it took to say good-bye, and Jack Taylor has been plagued by shallow, scheming, trophy hunters. When they both set their sights on the timid little virgin, no one believes it's going to work, least of all them. But even as Dale McCabe falls for them, they realize she needs a chance to settle into her new life before they make her theirs.

Jory Raines has every reason to want his little sister as far as possible from the two ex-rangers, but he extracts a promise from them instead. Their pants are to stay on until her birthday.

Dale is not impressed at having her sexual education cut short and embarks on a mission to bend them to her will before Jory declares open season on her twenty-fifth birthday.

Note: There is no sexual relationship or touching for titillation between or among the men.

Sam's Review:
This is the fourth book in the Liberty Springs series but it can easily be read as a stand alone. I still thoroughly enjoyed this story.

Danny and Jack have both had their problems with the opposite sex and never found the right woman to share their life with. When Dale McCabe enters the scene both men are falling over themselves trying to gain her attention. However, none of the men think they are good enough for the timid little virgin, including some of the town. When Jory, Dale's brother, requests for them to leave her alone until her twenty-fifth birthday, both men agree. None of them expected Dale to take matters into her own hands.

Open Season is a wonderful story and I found Danny and Jack two conflicting characters who worked well together to bring Dale out of her shell. I found her brother charming and caring and thought the spin of the promise to leave her alone worked like a charm to make Dale realise what she wanted.

The chemistry between all three was amazing and I couldn't stop laughing at the fight between Danny and Jack. Kaliana Cole brings to life three characters in a wonderful story that I highly recommend.


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