The Banner Brothers are trouble—aggravating, infuriating, distracting trouble. Rich has his hands full taking care of his own sheep, he doesn't need the added frustration of the Banner Brothers and the way their llamas can't stay on their side of the fence. Every time Rich starts to get a leg up, something else goes wrong, and it's always the Banners who are there to bear witness. The only thing worse than them always being around is if they ever catch on to the fact he doesn't really want them to go.
Meh, this one didn't totally work for me.
Although there were some cute parts with the young llama who thought the dog was its mom, the hair braiding and the brothers letting Rich know that they intended to court him, I just didn't really feel it.
The flirting and romance felt a bit swallowed up by everything else, so when the three men finally ended up in bed together, after a near-fatal accident, I was scratching my head that the doctor was hardly gone, yet here the three were getting busy and talking about DP'ing. (You look it up, I'm not saying it.) ;- )
And there isn't any explanation as to whether or not the two brothers have been a serious couple before they meet Rich or for how long. And, if so, what was the motivation to add Rich into the mix for a long-term ménage situation?
I think the story would have felt more well-rounded, if I'd have been provided with a bit more background info there.
Overall, this short MMM read came in at around 2.75 stars.
My ARC copy of the story was provided by the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for a fair, unbiased review.
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