Braydon by Nicole Edwards
Series: Alluring Indulgence #6
Genres: Cowboys/Western Romance, Erotic Romance
From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Nicole Edwards comes the sixth searing adventure in her Alluring Indulgence erotic romance series, which follows the seven Walker brothers and their sizzling-hot love interests!
Braydon Walker has always shared everything with his identical twin brother Brendon—hopes, dreams, career choices, and yes, even women. Known for tag-teaming their love interests in every way imaginable, Braydon is surprised and unnerved when he finds himself wanting to keep their newest lover all to himself. Will the twins’ relationship evolve to fit this new mold, or will Braydon’s desire for independence tear them apart?
Of all of the books I must say that this was my last favorite. It is not that it wasn’t good because it is but I swear there were times that I wanted to punch Brendon in the face and tell him to man up! However I am getting ahead of myself. The Walker twins Braydon and Brendon have been inseparable since birth. They do everything together including sharing their women. In fact the thirty year olds have never had a sexual encounter without the other being there. That just seems awkward to me but these two are HOT and I certainly wouldn’t refuse the man-whores. Oh yeah they are! Things have been fine until finally a woman grabs their attention and holds it for more than a night. Braydon suddenly finds himself wanting to experience love all on his own.
Jessica Prescott ( Jess/Jessie) originally came to Coyote Ridge to escape a love life that was in the toilet and to be near her sister, Kylie. She’s attracted to the twins when she meets them and she’s satisfied with their threesome arrangement. The three of them get along, are friends and those extra benefits are nice. Right up until someone starts feeling a little something more than friendship for someone else. Braydon finds himself falling for Jessie and he doesn’t know what to do about it. He has always been the twin to just go along with things. What ends up happening is a lot of miscommunication and mistakes being made by all three of them.
“I want to be with you, Braydon. I want to be with you today, tomorrow, the day after that, the year after that, and so on and so forth. I don’t want to be broken.”
The story was very sweet and there were a lot of mistakes that could have been avoided if everyone just talked to one another. Brendon really acted like a child though because Braydon found a life outside of the two of them. He was like a dang clingy girlfriend at times. He had a really hard time with Jessie and Braydon’s relationship and Braydon had a hard time telling him about it.