Review: Double or Nothing by N. J. Walters

Double or Nothing by N. J. Walters
Release Date: August 7, 2013
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing
Pages: 111
Source: book provided by the publisher for review

After ten years away from home, Cherry Edmonds returns to West Texas when her father is ill and dying. Now she is left to deal with the estate and pick up the pieces of her life. The past is waiting for her in the form of Wesson and Remington Smith, the two brothers she was half in love with when she was eighteen.

Wes and Remy know they’re different from most men. They are both in love with Cherry and have been since they were kids. One night of hot sex leaves all of them wanting more, but she believes their time together is just a one-night stand. It’s up to the Smith brothers to prove their love for Cherry and their commitment to the ménage, and to convince Cherry she’s definitely capable of loving two Texas cowboys.


Review:  Double or Nothing by N.J. Walters in not part of a series but I hope there is a sequel in the future because I would love to see these characters again in the future. I chose this because after reading the summery it was interesting.

Cherry Edmonds came back to West Texas to take care of her dying father but now that he is dead, there is no reason to stay. She also now has to face her past and the men she left there. Cherry tries her best to avoid Wesson and Remington Smith. Cherry is a likeable character if she comes across as the type to avoid problems rather than face them.

Wesson and Remington Smith are brothers that are both in love with Cherry. Remy is the oldest of the brothers. He is determined, and passionate. Wes is the youngest and he is more patient and charming. Both are the brothers are hot and sexy and its easy to see why Cherry is attracted to them.

The chemistry between Remy, Wes, and Cherry is blistering. The sex scenes were hot and sexy. These three are a great couple. I found this book to be well written. While the story was over way to fast, I loved it regardless. The main characters were interesting. Overall, this was a great book. I have not read this author before but I will be reading more from this author in the future.