Meet the Samuel brothers: Aadan, classy and cultured; Rufaro, rough and hard; and Dafari, the youngest and the brashest of the Samuel brothers.
I may have class and sophistication, I may play the game of suit and tie at the office, but don’t let that sh#t fool you. I’m pure, raw animal. I will devour her body with the finesse of a predator and lavish her mind with the sweet words of a lover.
She’s an anomaly. She’ll tell me to f#@k off without blinking, but then she’ll melt in my arms. Money and titles don’t impress her. So how do you get a woman who’s not impressed with all that you have to give? Set a trap and weave a fantasy.
I thought all good things come to an end and that fantasies aren’t meant to last forever…or are they?
She is my life’s blood. My spirit has searched for a woman like her, and now that I’ve found her, I’ll never let her go.
She’s all fire and heat wrapped up in a small package. She boils my blood. She is everything I didn’t know I needed.
I have traveled the world several times, and never have I met a woman as rare as her.
I could search the world and never find another like her. I’m a man who knows a rare flower when I see her, and this one is it for me. Her dainty, dewy soft petals supply all the honey I need. She calls to me, and I’m addicted to her sweet intoxicating nectar.
I’m not going to use tricks to win her heart. I’ll give her what she needs, and then I’ll take her—and her heart.
I liked the way the author connected each story to each other. Also, in the end, everyone came together. This made the collection of individual stories with different protagonists feel like one novel. This made the book unique. This is my favorite thing about the story collection.”
“The writing style is amazing. There were no errors in the opening scene. It engages the reader right off the bat. I like the way the author sets the premise for all three novellas in the very first chapter.”
“The author did an amazing job at giving each character a personality of their own. The book is written in multiple perspectives. The change in point-of-views is seamless. This a testament to the author’s talent. Also, some of the dialogues are heart-melting. The way the author depicted the cuisine and the natural characteristics of the fictional nation is commendable. I also liked how the author ended the book with two epilogues where all the brothers and the girls are together. The author beautifully threw in the reference of two cousins who might find their loves. This makes us eager for the next book. Overall, the concept is unique. It is the perfect exotic erotic desert romance with twist.”
“This was definitely an enjoyable read for me. BDSM is not something I gravitate towards to, so this series was very insightful.”
“The author is a strong writer. The way she shifts between the perspectives of the characters is amazing. Also, the romantic dialogues are heart-melting.”
“I believe that fans of ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ by E.L. James would love this book. “
My favorite lines are listed below:
“She’s positively enchanting . She’s sweetness, decadence , and earthy sexiness,”
“I would give up everything I have, and I’d be content if it were just her and me for the rest of our lives.”
“Why do you think I call you my heart? Your name is fitting, because it means ‘soul, spirit and lifeblood, and so I call you my heart.”
“No going back, Alma. You are mine, and I am yours,” I state. “I don’t want to go back. I’m where I want to be,” she says and falls asleep in my arms.
“And I love you. You are my lifeblood. My soul and spirit radiates with my love for me. You are my heart.”“And you are mine.”“Always, my heart, always.”
“Camellia, my blom, the moment I saw you on stage, I wanted you. After the show, I knew you were for me. When I walked into that dressing room, I had this instant attraction to you. I felt the same way when you were on stage, but when I finally saw you up close, I knew my heart was yours.”
“This woman is a part of me, and a part of my future. She is my love, and I would do anything to keep her safe and protected.”
“Everything was fitting with what the author intended.”