See that apostrophe in the title, telling you that several people have one woman? That’s the basis of this romance – three brothers are waiting for a perfect, fated lady to come into their life, just as it did for their fathers and grandfathers. They will know her when they find her, and she is going to be wife to all three.
Weird, yes, but I enjoy crazy erotica from time to time so I’m game. Our heroine is found in a snowbank in front of the brothers’ lodge (named, wait for it, Three Brothers Hunting Lodge) so they take her in. She looks like she’s had a rough time and she’s cagey about what might have happened to her, but that doesn’t stop all three of them from going “you’re the one OMG you’ll love all of us don’t worry trust us”. Turns out her husband is a Bad Dude so they try to protect the heroine and a suspense-y plot ensues.
So many things pissed me off. The brothers suspect abuse but feel her up anyway. They ask, ‘do you trust us?’ over and over as if it’s something to be given, not earned. Later on someone is hurt so they send the sheriff to help him while the brothers go after a kidnapper because… there are no ambulances or medical staff in this town? And when the MedEvac helicopter comes they have it land in Duffy’s pasture when there’s three feet of snow on the ground. What, do you think the helicopter is just going to rest on top of the white stuff, or that a pasture will be plowed and salted?
The only good thing about this book is that the brothers were named in alphabetical order from oldest to youngest which helped me keep them straight. Otherwise the dubious consent, bad judgement, and lack of common sense did me in. Nope. Nope nope.