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Menage on the Prairie by Xondra Day
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Dec 12, 2011

did not like it
bookshelves: cowboys, gave-up-reading, erotic, romance, menage, historical
Read on December 10, 2011

Kate Summers is supposedly a lady, a socialite, polite at all times. The story begins when she goes to meet her mail-ordered-husband.

In spite of being a lady, she doesn’t seem at bit conflicted with her life in spite of having been ostracized by her peers (this happens in 1864), after having had an affair with a married man. In fact, in the first conversation with her future husband, in page 14, she states “to hell with what they (people) think”.

I finished my reading in page 15, when she decides, after shaking Rya’ns hand that she likes him, because “she was a great judge of character, and as she looked him over, her heart skipped a bit”, yes, that’s why she had an affair with the married man who left her. Kate’s character was so inconsistent and shallow that honestly, I didn’t care to see her having monkey-sex with two studs.

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