Three husbands—a dream come true or a pipe dream destined to break them all?
Mary Duncan likes to think she's as open as any modern 1960's woman, but when her boyfriend presents his vision of "family" she finds herself between twin brothers and a cousin—all willing to love her if she'll have them…together.
Loving Thomas and Paul comes easily, the sexy twins everything she'd never hoped to dream. If not for her new mother-in-law, the gossiping townsfolk, and the wall of silence from her own family, Mary would be in Montana heaven. Just as the young group finally start to find their footing with the new relationship, Duane Paraby returns from Vietnam, reluctant to join the relationship, but an integral part Mary refuses to give up.
When confrontation explodes around them, threatening to terminate their bonds before they're even set, Paul, Thomas, and Duane will have to prove they have what it takes to be Mary's men.
Content Warning: Explicit sex
"Really? I suppose the small town you two are from is waiting with open arms to accept the floozy girl willing to screw two brothers, aren't they?" Mary asked.
"It's nobody's business what we do," Paul said, though the real reasons behind her protests became more clear as she explained.
"It's everybody's business. Think about it, Paul. If a rancher came home with a young woman and they were living together, how would that woman be treated? Multiply that by two—by ten."
"So marry us," Thomas said.
The off-the-cuff solution sounded fair enough to Paul, but sweat popped up on the back of his neck. He didn't know if he was ready for that step, and honestly didn't know how he wanted Mary to respond.
"Don't say stuff like that, Thomas," Mary said, though she sounded more sad than angry. "You don't mean it. Besides, look at Paul. The second you said marriage he turned pale."
"That's because he's a wimp." Thomas shifted and leaned over the front bench seat to look her in the eyes. "You're not. So marry us."
Paul wished he could pull over and add his two cents, but he was grateful for Thomas. His brother took the lead, something he did well, when push came to shove.
"Marry us?" Mary demanded. "Do you hear yourself? That's illegal."
"I'm a lawyer, I know," Thomas snapped, finally showing a little irritation. "I mean marry one of us legally and the other symbolically. You'd have the legal and emotional assurance you need. I can't guarantee people will accept you if they find out how close the three of us are. But I can promise you Paul and I will love you and be your best friends for the rest of your life. Duane too."
"Big promises," she said, the edge of disbelief sharp and pointed.
"Yeah, well, we aren't doing this for shits and giggles. You said the permanency is holding you back. We're willing to make it permanent," Thomas said.
Mary poked Paul on the shoulder. "And you? Do you agree with all of this?"
"You can bet your sweet ass I do, darlin'."
"Then take a right at the end of the driveway. We're going to Vegas."
I rated Mary's Men FOUR LEAVES! This is a very steamy menage romance about twin brothers (Thomas & Paul), their cousin (Duane), and their woman (Mary). When Thomas comes into Mary's life she has not had a serious relationship before. But with Thomas she feels something different, that this could be the real one. Thomas and Paul start writing letters (this book is taken place in the 1960's when people use to write letters, sigh... I miss those days) to Mary about meeting up one day and hopefully have her move in with them. The twins suprise Mary one night about her finally moving in with the twins and their cousin who is in the war. It's every woman's dream to have a man, just one man that strongly feels about her, but with Mary she has three men that strongly love her. The three men want nothing more than to cherish and protect her until their dying day. In the book, Mary goes through a rough time where people were not accepting of their situation, and it made the book feel realistic to have a scene where not everything was going to be roses and rainbows for them. This is very sweet unorthodox romance, I enjoyed the hot steamy sex read, insta-love between the twins and Mary, and alpha male times three; and with a strong female character who wasn't afraid of love and standing up for herself.
Even before she understood what all the thrusting meant, Stephanie Beck loved reading romance. When the stories didn't end the way she wanted, writing her own was the perfect solution. From ridiculous humor to erotica, Stephanie loves being transported within a story.
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