When Cade Winslow and Merrick Sullivan find Elle hiding in the cabinet of a gun store, they know they can’t just walk away from the fragile woman with no memory of who she is or who tried to kill her. Merrick is training for the title shot in the heavyweight division as a mixed martial artist and can’t afford distractions, but neither can he turn his back on the woman who tugs at his heartstrings.
Elle feels safe with her two protectors, and the longer she spends with them, the more she realizes that she has no desire to remember her past. Not when it could compromise her future with Cade and Merrick.
Cade has his own set of concerns when it comes to Elle, and it quickly becomes clear to the two men that for the first time in their friendship, a woman is coming between them. But what if they just kept her there? Between them. Where she belongs.
I am a Maya Banks fan. I have been since the first book of hers I picked up. My favorite of hers is the KGI series.
This was a good story. Ellen wakes up injured with no memory of who she is. She is found taking shelter by Cade and Merrick. They both take one look at her and know they want to keep her.
Unlike most menagé stories I’ve read, Cade and Merrick have never shared a woman in any capacity before and this is something they have to deal with. They need to come to an understanding or lose their lifelong friendship or the woman they want.
On top of their relationship struggle is Elle’s unknown past. She remembers things sporadically. The memories come when she is happiest – of course! She needs to resolve her past in order to move on with her future with her two men.
This book ends on a bit of a cliffie but we get something happy before something not so happy happens so I am okay.
I do recommend this book. I am a fan of threesome relationships because can you imagine all the attention you would get from two guys? I like to think it would be pretty awesome. (I don’t think about dealing with the attitude of two guys and all the laundry…*shudder*)
Anywho, you should check out Maya Banks and this is a good book to start with!