Sarah's Seduction (Men of August #2)
Book 2 in the Men of August series
On a hot summer night six years before, Brock August showed Sarah Tate a passion that would nearly destroy her. But fear and innocence drove her from his arms and into a marriage she neither wanted nor found happiness in. Now Sarah is free and she wants that night she lost. One night, a few stolen hours to know the heat and passion of the
Sarah’s Seduction delivers more ménage hijinks and sexual excess from the dysfunctional, desperately in need of some therapy August brothers. I liked it much better than Marly’s Choice, mainly because the H/H, Brock and Sarah, were a lot more tolerable (even likable) and less ‘wanna throw the book across the room at their idiocy’ inducing than Cade and Marly.
Although Brock is an alpha hero, he’s emotionally expressive, tender, sweet, and caring, an ...more
I even thought he was well matched with Sarah. She was weak at first, but as the book progressed she became stronger as a person and was well matched for sexy Brock.
Here was my problem with the book...I guess to some, the set up in the August household would b ...more
Again, Leigh takes a classic theme - older man desires adolescent but waits in frustration for her eighteenth birthday, then is conflicted about having a relationship with an inexperienced vi ...more
Uh, yeah, oooookay.
I'm not buying it either.
Obviously Leigh wanted to write a menage type erotica story, and concocted this plot line to assuage the squeamish. The only problem is ... it doesn't make a lick of sense.
I thnk the pr ...more
Sarah was so afraid of what she wanted that she ran straight into an unhappy and unfulfilling marriage and now that she’s free she wants to be brave enough to handle Brock’s passion and desires…desires that his brothers share as well. The reader can’t help b ...more
The brothers in this series were horribly abused and now the only way they can connect with each other and forgive and love each other is to share their women. It is so perverted and sick and yet I shudder to say that I can almost see and understand their logic. I have never read any books like these but I just have ...more
Three brothers had been abused when in their teens. The torture caused them to lose their brotherly bonds. (Caution: There is torture and sexual abuse in the book.) Now, the only way they can feel partially healed and calmed down from the nightmares is to share a woman in bed. Marly has been in love with Cade and has been having sex with all three brothers for years. This story is mostly about Brock who has fallen in love with ...more
I just couldn't get passed Brock with another woman. It really bothered me. I felt sort of sick about it. Yeah there are the reasons why behind it but I just don't like that.
I've read menage books before with brothers sharing and I have no problem with that but I did with him being with another woman. Soon to be women.
Tear up some because of the emotions Sarah was feeling. She was against it because she was afraid because she liked it and didn't want to like it. But her feeling like ...more
I found Brock more likeable than Cade, he’s less domineering – well, just a bit, but he has a much softer and gentler side to him most of the time, that is. Again, it’s a story of a brother falling in love with a very young woman, named Sarah, who runs away from him at eighteen, too afraid of getting involved with one of the August brothers.
Sarah has always felt something for Brock and when she was eighte ...more
In Sarah’s Seduction Brock seems to be the perfect man. Brock was quiet in Marly's Choice. He was withdrawn, brooding and mysterious. At one point, I thought he was the evil guy in Marly’s Choice. In Sarah’s Seduction we learn the source of his brooding.
Brock has a lot to say to a woman who ...more
After a night of wild passion Sarah flees Brock out of fear of what she knows he will need from her. Then years later and newly divorced she decides to finally get one night with him. Brock knows one night will never be enough and despite her fears of what him and his brothers need. Someone very dangerous is ...more
Brock was a definite improvement from Cade (who was such an ass). Lora Leigh excellently wrote how devoted he is to Sarah and explained in this story what really happened all those years ago, that left the brothers broken.
I liked how they justified their need, it's still puzzling to some and of course not natura ...more
We finally learn about the abuse the brothers suffered when they were younger in this book. I still don't understand why sharing their women, helps them connect with each other. It doesn't matter that I don't understand th ...more