Review for Their Kidnapped Bride by Vanessa Vale


If you love the Wild Wild West, you'll love this steamy hot historical set in the Montana Territory!

Emma James felt secure in her life. Money, social standing and the protection of her step-brother. Or so she thought. When she discovers his dark secrets, he turns on her and sells her to a western brothel to keep her quiet. There, she's forced to work or participate in an auction. A virgin auction...and she's the prize.

One look at Emma James and Whitmore Kane and Ian Stewart know she would belong to them. Marriage was the only way to truly claim they bid and bid well. As their bride, they return to the Bridgewater Ranch and teach her the ways to please not one husband, but two. But danger has tracked Ian around the world and threatens their newfound relationship. Together, can they fight the demons of the past while forging a future?

This is the first book in the Bridgewater Ménage Series, where you'll meet all of the men in Kane and Ian's army regiment and discover their unusual beliefs on marriage. Read the entire series to follow along as the men, two or three at a time, claim their brides.

Bridgewater: Where ménage meets marriage.

If you like Lexi Blake's Virgin series, you'll love Bridgewater!

My Review

Vanessa Vale's "Their Kidnapped Bride" is the first tale in the Bridgewater Menage series. I've read other books in the series, so I thought I would come back and see how it all started. I really liked getting to know some of the larger storylines that surround each of the standalone tales in the series. As usual, there are plenty of hot sexy scenes. The leading men are super hot. I definitely need to go back and read every book in the series.

4.5 out of 5 stars


Other books in the Bridgewater Menage Series:
Their Runaway Bride- Book .5 (Available for free on my web site!)
Their Kidnapped Bride- Book 1
Their Wayward Bride- Book 2
Their Captivated Bride- Book 3
Their Treasured Bride- Book 4
Their Christmas Bride- Book 5
Their Reluctant Bride- Book 6
Their Stolen Bride- Book 7

My Review

Vanessa Vale's "Their Stolen Bride" is the seventh tale in the Bridgewater Menage Series, but you can read it as a standalone, I did. Although as soon as I finished it, I went right on and one-clicked two more from the series right was *that* good! Very, very will want to get your batteries ready! The storyline was interesting as well. I love a good M/M/F read! I don't give many straight 5 stars, but this one deserves it! I can't wait to read more from Vanessa Vale!

5 out of 5 stars

Their Brazen Bride- Book 8

My Review

Vanessa Vale's "Their Brazen Bride" is the eighth tale in the Bridgewater Menage series, but you can read it as a standalone, I did. I love the Landrys! Gabe and Tucker are very sexy men. I loved the details and the backstory. It has hot sexy scenes and just the right pacing! I missed a few of the Bridgewater Menage books and I need to get them ASAP!

 5 out of 5 stars

Plus... Their Conquered Bride by Grace Goodwin


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USA Today Bestselling author

Who doesn't love the romance of the old West? Vanessa Vale takes the sensual appeal of rugged cowboys a step further with her bestselling books set in the Montana Territory. They are much more than just sexy historical westerns. They're deliciously naughty reads that sometimes push the boundaries of fantasy. It's pure escapism with quite a few very hot, very alpha cowboys.

When she's not writing, Vanessa savors the insanity of raising two boys, is figuring out how many meals she can make with a pressure cooker, and teaches a pretty mean karate class. She considers herself to be remarkably normal, exceedingly introverted and fairly vanilla, which does not explain her steamy stories and her fascination with cowboys, preferably more than one at a time.

She lives in the Wild Wild West where there's an endless source of 'research' material.

To learn more about Vanessa Vale: 
Follow her on Twitter: @iamvanessavale


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