Creation of Desire by Leah Brooke

Creation of Desire by Leah Brooke
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short (145 pages)
Other: M/F/M, Ménage
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by: Hibiscus

Boone and Chase Jackson have managed to avoid Rachel Robinson for months, although it wasn’t easy. She’s a forever kind of woman and they’ve been burned too badly in the past to ever want a commitment again.

When Rachel gives up on them, though, they’re not happy. Seeing that other men have decided to move on her, they give her a night she’ll never forget. But they all get more than they bargained for when Rachel discovers she’s pregnant. The men are quick to throw off their fears and make her their own.

But she doesn’t believe them. Deciding their desire to commit is only for the baby’s sake, Rachel refuses to believe that it’s her they want. But the passion between the three of them is hotter than ever.

When the pregnancy is in danger, can she and her lovers still have a future?

Two men, and sometimes more, to fulfill your every desire. Who wouldn’t want to live in Desire, Oklahoma? I just loved this third book in the Desire Oklahoma series that Ms. Brooke has written. Her love of the genre shows in every word and her descriptions had me believing that I could live in Desire also.

Rachel has wanted Chase and Boone for several years but they have kept themselves hidden from her as much as they could. I love how she decides to manipulate them at the party for Hope and Charity. It was cute how they rushed right over when she shows interest in Zach and Law. I could understand why Rachel walked out on Chase and Boone the next day but in a way, I felt that she got what she schemed for. I enjoyed reading about the different battle plans and how they changed as the situation changed. The assault on the club was great. I could not help but smile as I read about Law, Zach and the redhead.

Chase and Boone Jackson have loved Rachel for years but in a typically male fashion, believe that they are not ready to commit to anyone. They don’t want her but they also don’t want anyone else to have her. I love how the brothers jump at the chance to claim Rachel when they believe another set of brothers is moving in on her. I couldn’t believe that Chase and Boone were as commitment-shy as they were after spending the night with Rachel. Once they lost her, I enjoyed watching the lengths that they went to in order to always be in her line of vision. If I didn’t know how much they really loved her, I would have thought they were stalking her. Their mettle is tested at the hospital and Rachel finally sees what was always there.

I found this book to be a wonderful addition to the Desire Oklahoma series. Creation of Desire brought back some of my favorite characters from previous books and introduced several new ones that have me hoping for many sequels yet to come.

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