The first book in the Sisters O’Ryan series is a tale of self-discovery for the three valiant protagonists. Seth is recovering from a war wound and doesn’t consider himself a whole man. Hay needs to prove himself to his father, while Regan wants her farm not to fail. The m/f/m ménage is scorching hot and well worth the read.

After Regan’s husband dies on their journey west, she’s still determined to make a go of the farm they worked so hard to buy. There’s not much money left of their stake, so she looks for a couple to help her. What she gets are Seth, a one-armed veteran of the War Between the States, and Haywood, an apparent dandy. She remembers Seth — and the hidden feelings she harbored for him — from the wagon train. The trio believes since they are so far from town, they can maintain anonymity. Their charade is struck down when they must go to town for supplies. Regan and her lovers are shunned by the townspeople, who still take their money. (SIRENPUBLISHING.COM, dl $5.50)
Reviewed by: 
Donna M. Brown