Romance Book Review: Poppy's Passions

Author: Stephanie Beck
ISBN: 978-1-61650-109-9
Genre: Erotica/Romance/Threesome
Publisher: Lyrical Press

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After experiencing a miscarriage and then losing her fiance Poppy is at lose ends and not knowing what to do with the rest of her life. She hangs out at a local bar and meets three brothers who offer her a new way of life.

Having to leave after their father has a heart attack, the brothers lose track of Poppy not knowing that she's pregnant. Poppy doesn't know how to find them either so continues with her life.

Four months later the brothers find her and convince her to go back to Montana with them to see what life would be like if the four of them stayed together.

A little more serious then some dealing with a relationship of this kind, Stephanie Beck deals with the emotional issue and relationships away from the four involved in the relationship.

Description:
Can Poppy find the courage to risk triple the love -- and triple the heartbreak?

Poppy Maguire is tired of being a loser. Emotionally neglected as a child, she wants to find the courage to leave her family and the job she hates. She desperately wants to make a change. Little does she realize how much of a change sexy brothers Cody, Michael and Trevor Paraby will bring to her life when the friendly shoulders they offer turn into so much more.

Comfort turns to passion and Poppy learns what life could be like in the arms of not one, but three men who love her. But what happens when the pink line on a pregnancy test doubles and she’s expecting twins, courtesy of one of a Parabys?

The brothers blow her mind by offering her the family and love she’s always longed for. But do they realize what they’re in for? Cody is moving a little too fast, Michael may not be in for the long haul, and Trevor is a bit self-centered.

In order for Poppy to have the extraordinary love she fears she hasn't earned, everyone is going to have to do some growing. But can she break free from the bad seed of her abusive family and have the courage to bloom?

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