In a dystopian future, fertile women are so hard to come by that they are now bought and sold for huge sums of money across the world. You could say that women are the new currency.
Curvy Kira Southerly is one of the few remaining fertile women left on the planet and she has resigned herself to the fate of being SOLD.
However, she had no idea she would end up being sold to two young and handsome bachelors named Blake and Steven. They are both dragon shifters and they are intent on mating with her and producing a baby as soon as possible.
With not enough fertile women to go around the brothers have no choice but to share the curvy beauty among themselves. Something that allows Kira to fulfill her every sexual fantasy....
Being sold to dragons should not be this much fun, should it?
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Disclaimer: This is a COMPLETE paranormal dragon shifter romance novel, No cliffhangers! Also, contains scenes of a sexual nature and shifter menage a trois. 18+
I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
First of all, I totally agreed to review this book on a whim. I didn't even know what menage was until I sent a message to Bob, after I found out I was accepted for the review... and she replied with a lot of laughing. It also turns out there is a sticker on facebook with three dragons on it. She sent that a lot as well.
So, I start the book. It's pretty interesting. The girl's family is starving so she agrees to sell herself at the auction as a way to help out her younger brothers. I get captivated it by it fairly quickly.
She gets sold, finds out the person is a dragon shifter and by "person" I mean two of them.
There's fighting over her and whatnot, while there's also drama going about in the shifter realm. Until she's finally, "C'mon guys. You should both come at me together. BFFS, man." Okay, that quote isn't in there at all. But it's basically what happens.
Anyway, there's two dragon shifters trying to get her preggers. Lots of "fun times to be had."
The plot of the story is pretty interesting. The narrator did a pretty good job as well. My issue was with the repetition. "Slick folds" and "steel rod" was used pretty much every time something to do with sex occurred. Actually most of the story is pretty repetitious. A sentence will be said, and then said again ALMOST IMMEDIATELY.
Without the narration, I'd give this story 2/5 platypires - but since this is an audible review and I actually enjoyed Meghan Kelly's narration...