- Author Tara Nina
- Release Date November 28, 2016
- Publisher T.N. Books
- ISBN/ASIN 9781532326196
- Our Rating
- Reviewed by Jo
MOUNTAIN MEN: BROTHERS DUPREE is a trilogy made up of three sensual novellas that feature the brothers, Emmett and Cash and their women along with friends and family. The book is only one hundred and thirty seven pages and was a quick read with lots of alpha males, voluptuous women, action, adventure, steamy loving and love all centered at Christmas. All have nice closure and a more than happily ever after in the offing. I was sorry to see the book end.
EMMETT’S VIOLET is the first book and takes place during a short time span. Emmett is retiring from the Marines after putting in his twenty years but the helicopter he was in went down and his family knows he’s missing but not that he and the others survived the crash. Emmett is alpha all the way from the descriptions of the steps he’s taken in order to get home to Montana but especially to his wife, Violet. The descriptions of the crash, the storm and their loving was extremely vivid and also hot. It did not detract from the story at all but added to its depth.
CASH’S CHERRY continues where we left off but also gives us a history of Cash and Cherry’s one-night stand. He realized immediately the mistake he made when he ran but will Cherry ever accept his apology? We also learn more about his marriage and his ex-wife who could not be any different from Cherry. There is a mystery to solve and truths to be told but will it help Cash and Cherry to have a relationship? There is a lot of loving and love and some closure.
CHERRY’S PASSION is the icing on the cake since it ties up the loose ends from both the previous novellas albeit with a lot of stress and outrage first. Cash’s ex makes an appearance and no one is happy about it. She’s got something up her sleeve but no one knows what it is until it’s almost too late. There’s another mystery to solve along with lots of steamy loving, a wedding and a birth along with lots of family and friends. There is nice closure and several happily ever afters that still left me wanting more.
Tara Nina is a new to me author but I’ll definitely be reading more of her books in the romance genre.