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Three Men and a Bounty

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[#197 Siren Menage Everlasting: Erotic Western Alternative Menage a Trois Romance, Werewolves, M/M/M] After the death of his parents in New York, Chris Michaels has to do a lot of growing up in a short period of time. But nothing prepares him for the harsh life of a cowboy and making a way for himself in the Wild West. Troy Barrow knows what it s like to be on his own and ...more
ebook, 169 pages
Published June 2nd 2010 by Siren-Bookstrand, Inc.
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...Erotic Western Alternative Menage a Trois Romance, Werewolves, M/M/M...

♥Laddie♥ (Lee Lee)
This was such a mish-mash of stuff that I couldn't help but like the hell out of it.

This is a historical western set in a small town. Three men meet one night in the saloon/whorehouse; our three heroes.

Troy: The saloon owner who, at the age of 13, saw his father killed by Native Americans. They were after Troy because he's a skinwalker a.k.a. a wolf shifter. He's a shifter who used to be a gunslinger but got on the road to good. Troy's the man.

James: The freed slave and black sheriff. James is
Charlie Richards
May 22, 2011 Charlie Richards rated it really liked it
Shelves: will-read-again
I don't read a lot of westerns, but it's been a while since I'd seen a menage western, so this one caught my eye. I'm glad I picked it up. The plot, though simple, was entertaining and kept my interest. Gigi's word usage really sank me into the time period with words like hankering, young'un, and cottoned to. There were a couple instances where I had to reread a paragraph to confirm who was doing or saying what, but it didn't detract from the overall story. After all, when there's sensual sex be ...more
Serena Yates
Jun 22, 2010 Serena Yates rated it liked it
Shelves: m-m-m
I liked this historical story about three men, who haven't had easy lives but find that they belong together.

Chris is physically the weakest of the three, but he's been on his own since he was ten, and so doesn't let anyone tell him what to do. Unless it is for his own pleasure. Troy owns a bar and nobody knows that he is a wolf shifter. He has trouble accepting that violent side of himself, but the other two teach him a thing or two. James is a black marshal who seems to be the toughest of the
Jimmy Hanson
Dec 03, 2010 Jimmy Hanson rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2010, m-m
Not sure why I liked this one as well as I did ... Troy seemed such a strong character to me, but once the relationship between all three men began he was portrayed as being as shy and inexperienced as Chris. James seemed to be the know-all, end-all of sexual knowledge and pretty much the leader most of their encounters.

Chris piping up every once in a while to smart off or 'take charge' was precious, though. ^_^

As for the twist of the plot ... I'm just kind of speechless. I was left going, "wait
Michael Joseph
My review for BDSM Book Reviews:

Well, partner, what ya got here is a tale of the old west, about three men who find they have a right powerful hankering for each other. As if a menage wasn’t complicated enough, one of the men is a US Marshall, and a former slave. In the post civil war period, that’s a big complication. But wait, the author apparently thought, let’s make it even more complicated. Let’s make one of the other men a shape-shifter, able to take the form of a wolf at will.

There are so
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I’m Gracie C. McKeever, an author from the Bronx and native New Yorker. Aside from several side trips along the way I’ve lived and worked my entire life in the Big Apple (most of it two train stops away from the House that Ruth built….Go Yanks!)

I’ve been writing since the ripe old age of seven when two younger brothers were among my earliest, captive audience for various short story readings and p
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