Review: Being With the Brothers Next Door by Jenika Snow

Being With the Brothers Next Door by Jenika Snow
Series: Wickedly Taboo (# 4)
Release Date: September 13, 2013
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Pages: 69
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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It all started when she gave herself to one of the Ashbury twins…

Losing her virginity against the side of a house during a party wasn’t what Sasha Marsh had envisioned for herself. But since one of the men she loves, Tanner Ashbury, is the one to take it, she doesn’t care how unromantic it was.

The night ends when both brothers claim her as theirs.

After four years, Sasha is back home. She isn’t prepared for her intense emotions when she sees the Ashbury twins again. After only one night she finds herself in the arms of Jonas Ashbury, Tanner’s twin and the other man she has always loved. One thing leads to another and Sasha finds herself trapped between the brothers. But can a relationship with the twins really work, especially when her overprotective brother finds out?

 

 

Review:  Being with the Brothers Next Door is the fourth book in the Wickedly Taboo by Jenika Snow. While this book is part of a series it can be read as a standalone novel with ease. I chose this book because I love Jenika Snow books.

Sasha Marsh is in love with her brother’s best friends Tanner and Jonas Ashbury and has been for years. Sasha has managed the feelings until just before she leaves for college. When both Tanner and Jones take her virginity in the same night. All under the nose of her overprotective brother.

The chemistry between Sasha, Tanner and Jonas is blistering. The sex scenes were searing. Sasha, Tanner, and Jonas are a great match for each other. I just wished they had talked to Sasha’s brother before he accidentally found out.

I loved this book they way it was and would not change a thing. I found this book well written with interesting and realistic characters. I loved how realistic this story was in general. Overall, this was a great book.

 

Melissa sig