Editorial Reviews. Review. Stars and a Top Pick from RT Book Reviews! ” Book three in the Connaghers series will delight readers whether or not they have. : Yours To Take (The Connaghers) (Volume 3) (): Joely Sue Burkhart: Books. The day one of her old clients gunned down a cop, former defense attorney Vicki Connagher lost everything—her passion for justice, and her.
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Love triangles are always so very conflicting. This is the third full-length story in the Connaghers Yourrs which I state knowing there have been some reviews complaining about a numbering difference. She took the time to go to her brother Victor hero of Hurt Me So Goodto get advice on how to taek care of both their needs.
Sort of like kissing a lot of frogs before you find that prince. Published April 2nd by Samhain Publishing first published May 8th Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. But the most painful thing that she lost was her boyfriend, Detective Elias Reyes.
Stop putting them “in their rightful place”— ie, pinned beneath a more-dominant man. The man worships the ground Vicki walks on, willing to do anything she asks for a bit of attention.
Review – Yours to Take by Joely Sue Burkhart
I’m seriously starting to feel like a broken record. You know what I mean. He starts to look forward to her visits because she sees him as a person, not another throw away.
It was strictly about Elias and Jesses separate love for Vicki. It was hot, it was meaningful, and it was written in a way that was completely unique to the BDSM literature world. Until she brings Jesse, a wandering street artist, in from a freak Texas snowstorm.
Between these two men, Vicki learns a lot about herself she wue knew.
I find this relationship quite interesting. Jesse learns that he is worthwhile. As they navigate through the cold days and steamy nights, will the three be able to come to some kind of truce, and make a very unrealistic relationship work?
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It didn’t interest me and I didn’t see the point of it- other to introduce the characters featured in other books. I can only comment on it as a book and take it from there. It wasn’t hot in vanilla erotica, but you have GOT to stop doing that to your supposedly sexually dominant heroines. Interesting re Overall pretty good, but I wanted a little more moely to feelings, emotions, conflict, intensity, the characters fighting their true natures, esp.
He thought he knew what was best for everyone, and he seemed to get angry easily. When sparks begin to fly and Elias is informed by Vicki to run a background check on him chaos is unleashed.
I think we all secretly wish we had someone in our lives like him, who loved us unconditionally.
Yours To Take (The Connaghers) (Volume 3)
Vicki Connagher is the youngest of the Connagher children. And while Jesse knew what he wanted, he never pushed Vicki into her role.
The first thing that stands out in this book is that Ms. This relationship isn’t all rainbow and roses. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Elias Reyes is a tough cop on a drug enforcement team ubrkhart the city of Dallas, Texas. Vicki had a much deeper sexual relationship with Elias, and at times it seemed as if she favored him over Jesse in a lot of situations.
Each character learns things about themselves that surprise and sometime shock them. She does have him checked out.
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It was quite refreshing to read a book so very new with so many different feelings and emotions. Or will she try her chance at love with Jesse?
Pride kept him away, but as long as Jesse is staying in Vicki’s downstairs shop, he’s staying with Vicki. Instead she’s designing a clothing line in her own takd venture. When Elias finds out, he rushes over, not wanting Vicki to get hurt because of her huge heart. Both very different in methods but alike with a common goal. Sometimes I even finish them!