Thursday, January 6, 2011

Caitlyn Willows, Soleil

Title: Soleil

Author: Caitlyn Willows

Rating: Five Siren Stones

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Keywords: Ménage, M/F/M

Length: Short Novel

ISBN E-Book: 978-1-60737-835-8

Price: $5.99

Publisher: Loose Id, LLC


Reviewer: Cia


Lori knew their demons and desires, knew true horror firsthand. They’d shared the climatic point of that nightmare years ago. It was an event that linked Lori, Mac, and Blake forever and eventually bonded them body and soul. The heart involved, the love was rarely mentioned. Saying it out loud threatened Lori’s control, and she was very much about maintaining control over every aspect of her life.

Blake and Mac have no problem placing control in her talented hands, in and out of the bedroom, especially in the bedroom...between, comfortable, and oh-so-hot. But the demon who brought them together now threatens the control upon which their bond was built and is now set to ruin everything they’ve worked to have and hide...and them along with it.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, ménage (m/f/m).


Soleil is a downright awesome story of a three part love affair brought together out of tragedy. I cried a good portion of this story, feeling for the tragic beginning that led Lori, Blake and Mac together. I fell in love with her ability to take charge of her life, unwilling to be a victim forever. But in hindsight she remained one. The same characteristics I attributed to her story were the same ones that kept her locked in despair. Unwilling to open herself up for love and depend on others made the villain win for most of her adult life.

Blake and Mac had my heart in the beginning; the two larger than life males provided for their woman what she needed until she could cope with her deepest fears. In the end after all was said and done, I finished crying out of sadness and began to sniffle out of happiness. This is one read I’d love to read again, or even see a story with them again.

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