Roped, Hitched and Lassoed

A Three Book Box Set

Review of Lassoed. Review by Rita.

Diana McTavish had been through hell and back. Well she was partially back. After months of therapy she was still afraid to trust anyone with control when it came to her body, or mind. Then she encounters the Matt Rogers her high school sweetheart and he's even more devastating now. When he rescues her from an ornery bull she and Matt end up holed up in her place during a blizzard. There is no doubt how badly they want each other. The question is can she let go of her fears and let him love her?

Matt Rogers was back and he wanted Diana McTavish with the same intensity he always had, maybe worse. He knew all about Diana's ex and the things he'd done to her. If he ever got the chance he'd make the bastard pay. He figured he'd be in line behind her brothers Jared and Brad, but it would be his pleasure to take a turn teaching him a lesson. His problem right now was how to worm his way back into her life. A young bull crazed on locoweed gives him the opportunity he's been waiting for. Rescuing her secured him a reason to stick around for a while. Would she take a risk on keeping him around for good?

Fear, desire, love, and acceptance the third installment of the McTavish siblings had it all. Including a man who knew what he wanted and was willing to do what it took to get it. I thought it was an engaging read that had characters you wanted to see grasp their happily ever after with both hands.

Special Notes: BSDM

Book Blurb for Roped, Hitched and Lassoed

Three siblings, all deeply entrenched in the BDSM lifestyle...

Jared, wounded warrior who completes his healing as he heals his widowed slave

Brad, roughshod rodeo cowboy who finally finds he wants more than just a partner in club play

Diana, who raised her younger brothers and survived a sadistic master’s cruelty, who finds her happily ever after with her vanilla first love.

Three couples, three interwoven stories of Dominance and submission—but mostly of forever love against a backdrop of the majestic hills of southwestern Wyoming.

Night Owl Reviews May, 2008 4.00