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When Annabelle Atkins arrives at Destiny Station, she has no idea what the man she’s going to marry looks like, or who he is. When it turns out to be the portly Amos Evans, she does her best to hide her disappointment and remind herself that at least this life will be better than the life she might have led.
But the two tall strangers that get her attention at the train station haunt her day and night, making her body feel things she never felt before. When it turns out the men are cowboys who work on Amos Evans ranch, Annabelle will do anything to get their attention. Stealing a horse and riding it to town does just the trick.
Blaise and Remmington have been perfectly content in their life as cowboys on Mr. Evans ranch. That is until they see his bride to be alight from the train. Overcome by desire, they struggle with their feelings for the woman and their loyalty to the man who’s shown them so much kindness.
When it turns out Annabelle is too much for Amos to handle and he mentions he’s thinking of sending her back, Rem and Blaise can’t believe their luck and come clean to their boss about their feelings. Amos’ uncertainty means that Annabelle must make the decision between being sent back or marrying two men at once.
But the regular citizens of Destiny Station have never taken kindly to the strange tradition these men keep. When their friend Mack takes a beating for his and Tex’s upcoming wedding to Daisy-Lou, the men know they have no future in the place. There’s land out west for any brave enough to claim it and together they embark on the journey.
The men are firm and loving, the women fiercely independent but they always find a way to love on the way down Destiny Trail!
This erotic western menage novella features mfm menage, anal play, light spanking, light bdsm, a plucky heroine who’s unsure of herself and two strong cowboys who help her come into her own
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