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Out of the Storm with Avery Gale

by on November 19, 2013

Avery Gale

Warning: For Mature Adult Audiences.  Contains wording and actions some may deem offensive.  Sexually explicit content.  Ménage – MFM

In book one of Masters of the Prairie Winds Club: Tobi Stobel’s life is a never-ending string of disasters interrupted by an occasional bit of chaos.  The small magazine she works for is looking for any excuse to trim their staff and Tobi is next on the list unless she can land the interview with the sexy owners of Texas’s newest and hottest BDSM club.  After a chance encounter with their mother, the interview is scheduled and Tobi is sure fate must have been on a break.  With her job hanging in the balance, the little blonde bundle of energy isn’t about to let a little thing like a thunderstorm stand in her way. 

Kent West can’t decide who he should be the most frustrated with, the annoying reporter that has hounded him and his brother, Kyle, for weeks for an interview or his mother for insisting they grant Tobi Strobel’s request.  But the weight of his exasperation swings toward the reporter when he fails to show up.  When Kyle brings home a petite stunner and introduces her as the missing reporter, Kent is shocked and beyond pleased.  Even soaking wet, the woman is spectacularly beautiful, but there is something else about her that captures both brothers’ interest.

Fate hasn’t completely forgotten its grudge against Tobi, and its reluctance to let go not only endangers Tobi, but Kent and Kyle’s mom as well.  The West brothers are convinced Tobi is the woman they’ve always dreamed of sharing, but a stalker threatens to snatch her out of their grasp.  Keeping the little trouble magnet safe proves to be a challenge for the former Special Forces soldiers, and sometimes all the financial resources in the world aren’t enough to help—it all comes down to luck and timing.  


Just a tease…

“Sweetness, that is why it is our job to lead.  We promised to teach you and that is exactly what this has been about—not our burning desire to control your every thought and emotion—but it’s about us helping you grow and find the happiness I think you have probably found very elusive.  Until somebody steps up and shows you how much you are valued, it doesn’t matter how much they tell you.  We will always use words to correct your thinking or behavior, but we’ll always back up what we said we would do.  Sometimes that will work to your advantage and there will be other times that you won’t feel that way.”  Kent grinned at her before continuing, “But you will always know you can depend on us and that our word is golden.”

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