Sometimes love isn’t enough…
Sometimes you’re required to be beautifully loyal.
If you think you know her… You’re wrong.
If you think you know her family… Wrong again.
If you think you know her story… You don’t.
Ashlynn Adorite is no stranger to the cruel and unusual world she was born into. In fact, she accepts it, understands it, embraces it. However, in her world, falling in love isn’t simply a choice. It causes problems, changes lives, disrupts business.
Sex, pleasure, carnal desires … those things Ashlynn understands. Love … not so much. Her world is turned upside down when she starts to feel something for not just one man, but two. The question is, can she have all that she desires, or will loyalty to her family interfere.
WOW the book is scorching hot!
Beautifully loyal is jam packed with so much going on that to be spoiler free this review is going to be very difficult so i will stick to the things i liked about the book.
All the characters are wonderfully described and it feels like you are reading about a real family they all have a great connection and relationships.
At times my heart was breaking for Ashlynn, jase and Leyton as they tried to keep their distance from each other. Jase was kind of trapped in the middle as he was with Ashlynn and got small tastes of Layton but wanted Layton and Ashlynn together.
Layton struggling to keep his feelings and attraction hidden and stay away from Ashlynn, as requested by her brother Max who Layton considers family. Layton is loyal to a fault with Max and would never betray him. But i feel the whole ‘will they , wont they’ situation really adds to the drama of the book.
Nicole Edwards really does know how to write an intriguing ménage, the pure lust that pours off the pages is incredible. The sex is hot hot hot.
I loved that we got more of Max and Courtney, as well as some of the Sniper 1 Security guys. Nicole has a fantastic way of weaving her characters through other books and i love a cross over of characters, Nicole also gets the family dynamic right, the love hate relationship between the different families and siblings but there is just enough respect and love in there to make it work so perfectly.
A fantastic read, brilliant.