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Their Emerald

(The Jeweled Ladies #2)

4.01  ·  Rating details ·  88 ratings  ·  17 reviews
The mayor of Brimstone, Raymond Dupree, has a secret—he’s in love with his assistant, Hank O’Shea. The only person who knows the truth is Miss Emerald Green, the second-most famous Jewel in Texas. Raymond spends one night a week not with Miss Green but with Emmy, his closest confidant. She treasures her friendship with Raymond and although she wishes he could love her full ...more
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Published January 2017
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It's ok, but there's no conclusion to the conflict and I felt very weird about the sex scenes between the female main character and the gay hero. I guess you could read him as homosexual but biromantic, but since he admits she's the only woman he could ever love, it feels a bit like straight 4u.

Also don't know if we needed sexual assault backstories on 2/3 of the main cast, but
Erin Penn
Jul 11, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A MMF erotica (although the cover makes it look like a MFM romance), historical western, which is well-written. The author does an EXTREMELY good job of setting up the entire town for her series of the Jeweled Ladies and carries the developments well throughout the series, while also doing a great job of covering several different types of erotica romances (FF, MMF, MF, BSDM, etc). I've read two books of the series and she manages to touch on all the characters and you see them continue to devel ...more
Penelope Peters
Aug 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Sooooo much better than the first in the series. My biggest complaint there was that the MCs were carrying too much self-disgust and negative attitudes toward sex work, particularly when one of them was working as a prostitute and the other was the one paying for the prostitute's services. The result? A lot of negativity toward a profession that we were repeatedly told was freely chosen (by the women who worked at that particular brothel, at least).

This book had no such negativity - at least, n
Nicole Field
May 14, 2017 rated it liked it
I'm finding it very difficult to figure out how to rate this one. In some ways, I think I liked the world that was created, the town of Brimstone, more than the romance itself. I'm not actually even sure that the romance in this novel was a romance, considering that it was one between a gay man and a woman that was put in the fore.

It was very clear to me that the main character, Raymond Dupree, loved Emmy. However, the first chapter started with him having kissed long time crush Hank O'Shea. Th
Feb 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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This book continues the Jeweled Ladies series that follows the ladies of the evening in the best brothel in the old west. Emmy is the jewel known as Emerald Green. She's being groomed to one day take over the Jeweled Ladies brothel from the current owner Mistress. As such, she's one of the most skilled and sought after whores in the west. She's able to pretty much set her own schedule, so she doesn't mind keeping a weekly appointment with Brimstone's mayor, even though all they do is cuddle.

Mae Hanley
So I knew it was an historical from the cover, I didn't remember it was set in the late 1800s in Texas, so that was a surprise.

I enjoyed how Hank manipulated situations in order to test Emmy's loyalty to Raymond. Especially when he explained his action to Raymond after Emmy outed his deeds.

There's is strictly a m-m-f role, there is no actual sharing of Emmy as Raymond is 100% gay, but Hank is bi and willing to be the glue that binds their triad together. Raymond loves Emmy, but his body is just
Jun 21, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Book two in The Jeweled Ladies series. Can be read and enjoyed as stand-alone. Full length told in multiple POV with HEA. Each book about a different lady from the Jeweled Ladies brothel with secondary characters the same throughout the series. Emerald loves her Tuesday nights with the town Mayor Raymond. Raymond is in love with Hank. Hank wants what is best for Raymond and proposes a solution for the three of them. Well told steamy MMF. I would have loved an epilogue further along in their futu ...more
May 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Love to last a lifetime.

What a beautiful story this was. Emmy and her love and his love make the perfect threesome. There is quite a lot of excitement as well as the love the three share. And we hear about Millie (the story before). The story is really well written, gives the characters a fullness that makes them real, and romantic details that are somehow loving. My only regret is that it ended where it did. There is so much more.
Sherry Bohrmueller
This is probably going to be my favorite in this series. I loved how the Mayor wanted Emmy no matter what she was. The pull between the three of them was intense. And this book got quite steamy when Hank came in the picture. A very nice story with some twists and turns that make it a fantastic read.
Their Emerald is a vast improvement in comparison to Book #1, His Topaz. Thankfully! Now off to begin Her Ebony.

By the way, whatever happened to Their Amethyst? I'm unable to find it on Amazon, and no mention is made of this book on Maggie Chase's website.
Aidee Ladnier
May 11, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I started with book #2 but... I am definitely going back to read the rest. Loved her characters.
Jess Downing
May 18, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I liked the story. It wasn't what i expected, and I think the resolution was to quick but overall, I thought it was a nice story. ...more
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Who is Maggie Chase? Writer, reader, crafter—Maggie has told a lot of different stories a lot of different ways, but the Jeweled Ladies series marks her first foray into historical western erotica. Maggie passionately believe that every single person deserves their own happily-ever-after and her stories reflect that hope on the page.

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