Published by Siren-BookStrand on January 2, 2015
Genres: Adult, Romance
Running a business and caring for a sick baby didn’t leave Rachel Jackson much time or energy for her beloved husbands, a fact that hit her hard when she learned that her husbands’ ex-lover had been calling them for days, and neither Boone nor Chase had told her.
She believed them when they told her that they’d kept it from her to protect her, but their deception hurt her and shook her confidence.
How could she hope to compete with such a beautiful and sophisticated woman—a woman who’d had the ability to hurt them deeply?
Mona’s appearance brought back the insecurities Rachel had spent months struggling to hide—the fear that Boone and Chase had only married her because she carried their child.
While trying to reassure Rachel that Mona meant nothing to them, they dismissed their ex-girlfriend’s persistence as a nuisance, underestimating her determination to get them back.
It was a mistake they regretted, one that almost cost Rachel her life.
Creation of Desire: Reassuring Rachel is the third book in the More Desire, Oklahoma series, which is a spin off from the Desire, Oklahoma series by Leah Brooke.
It was very nice to revisit these characters again! I loved the Desire, Oklahoma series and when Leah Brooke did a spin off and did the More Desire, Oklahoma I loved it because with each installment we got to revisit characters that we already fell in love with and see what they’re up to.
I love Leah Brooke’s characters from Desire, Oklahoma. She has a knack for making you fall in love with the men who are sexy and wonderful in all the right ways, but also the women who even though have a tendency to be insecure at times, they find a way to work through it and come out on top and let their strengths shine through.
The men were already strong and dominant, but she showed some of their vulnerable sides too and that just makes you love them more.
There was a bit of danger in this one like all the other books and it came in the form of a skank named Mona. This character really annoyed me. I guess Leah Brooke did her job of creating someone to hate but at the same time I think there could have been more to her. It seemed a bit unrealistic, but then again, I don’t know too many drugged out psychos so she might be right on track. There is just something about this character that bugged me.
Also, I love Erin, Rachel’s sister from a previous book, but this book here she seemed… off somehow. However, that could be explained because she’s really pregnant and really vulnerable right now and maybe it’ll be explained in her own spin off book? Dunno. I hope we get more spin offs anyway. Yay!
All and all, this book was a really great treat and I loved revisiting Desire, Oklahoma and all the fun they have there. I recommend this entire series. It’s got a little bit of everything and a lot of sexy hot males.
Keep bringing them and I’ll keep reading them. Loved it!