Bliss is often defined as utter joy or supreme happiness, which makes it the perfect name for the fictional town in which Oak’s series is based. She draws the reader into Bliss with her unique characters and an m/f/m relationship that’s impossible to forget. The story moves along at a gentle pace, with no hiccups in between, and even though the sex scenes are scarce, the buildup is like lighting the fuse to a stick of dynamite. Book seven is a wonderful addition to any erotica fan’s shelf.

New York power attorney Gemma Wells catches her fiancé in bed with the very woman who’s determined to sabotage her career. Gemma’s life begins crumbling before her eyes. With nowhere to turn, she flees to her mother in Bliss, Colo. The East Coast girl finds it hard to adjust in a town with such colorful people, but something just feels right when she meets Jesse McCann and Cade Sinclair. They grew up together in foster homes, and they’re trying to find their niche in life, too. Jesse falls for Gemma instantly, and although Cade wants her also, he’s not sure if he’s worthy. When Gemma’s ex comes back into the picture, he brings danger to the table. Jesse and Cade’s possessive genes take over, and they must convince Gemma to open her heart to them both. (SIRENPUBLISHING.COM, dl $8.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jaime A. Geraldi