Saturday, April 23, 2016

Review by Maimeo's Angels: Conquering India by Melissa Schroeder

Caterer India Singer is getting her life on track, hoping to make it big with her new company. She doesn’t need any distractions…especially a younger man. She won't get involved with another man destined to leave her. But security expert Wade Thompson won’t take no for an answer.

Wade knows exactly what he wants and just how to get it. He’s pulling out the stops because he’s sure India’s the woman for him and his best friend and business partner, Marc Jasper. Marc isn’t too sure and tries to keep India at arm’s length.

When a threat to India has her in constant contact with Marc, the lure of the curvy older woman is too much to ignore. But when both men raise the stakes and ask for more than just a fling, will India play it safe to protect her heart, or will she take another chance on love?

[Menage Amour: Erotic May-December Menage a Trois Romance, M/F/M]

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4.5 Star 
Melissa Schroeder is an author I admire, having read several of her previous releases. This is book 1 of the new Texas Temptations series and I was excited to read.
I wasn’t disappointed. This is the story of a slightly older woman (by 10 years) and 2 men. India Singer has started a catering business and she is hired by Marc and Wade who own a security company, to cater their event. 
The attraction between the three of them sparks from their first meeting, but only one is interested in pursuing it. 
Wade is immediately attracted to India, and believes she would be perfect for him and Marc. On the other hand, Marc wants to keep his distance. Not to mention India herself who doesn’t have the time or want to get involved.
When trouble strikes, India has no alternative but to spend time with Wade and Marc. I enjoyed how these characters eventually resolved their feelings, not least of which was entering into a ménage relationship and how it might impact on the burgeoning business.
There was humor, angst, some hot sexy romance and overall Conquering India was a really enjoyable read although not a very long book. 
I am looking forward to reading more in the series. 

Born to an Air Force family at an Army hospital Melissa has always been a little bit screwy. She was further warped by her years of watching Monty Python and her strange family. Her love of romance novels developed after accidentally picking up a Linda Howard book. After becoming hooked, she read close to 300 novels in one year, deciding that romance was her true calling instead of the literary short stories and suspenses she had been writing. She has had over 25 short stories, novellas and novels published in four years with seven different publishers. 
Being a brat she swore never to marry military. Alas, fate always has her way with mortals. She is married to an AF major with two brats of their own. They live wherever the military sticks them which for the first time in years is a place where THE BUGS DIE!"

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