Rating: 5 Cups
India Singer is the owner of a growing catering business and recovering from an ugly divorce. Meeting two handsome men to plan a party for them, she is immediately attracted, but doubts her own worth, and has some questions about the men’s close friendship.
Wade and Marc have shared women before, but only for the short-term thrill. With India though, they not only worry about mixing pleasure with work, but they also wonder if their attraction to the older, voluptuous woman is something more than they have ever felt before.
While the men are arguing over how to sexually approach India, she believes they could not want her. When parts of her old life threaten her, the men move to protect her, no matter the risk.
Conquering India is a wonderful ménage book with an excellent plotline. I was hooked early and could not put the book down. The dialogue is perfect and the San Antonio setting is described beautifully. The threat is more than scary in the way it brought in a sinister realism. The sex is smoking hot and a few scenes rate the “Wow, I have to read that again” score. It is, however, the story I loved the best. India is a great heroine, and while the men are also great, she is the one who pulled the story together for me. I am a long-term fan of Ms Schroeder’s, and this is another great book in a long line.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More