Marly's Choice

Marly s Choice Alternative cover for ASIN B JJOBook in the series Men of August Marly s love for Cade has spanned her teenage years and survived strong and intact into womanhood Her fantasies and daydreams h

  • Title: Marly's Choice
  • Author: Lora Leigh
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Alternative cover for ASIN B003370JJOBook 1 in the series Men of August Marly s love for Cade has spanned her teenage years, and survived strong and intact into womanhood Her fantasies and daydreams have sustained her, but she s no longer content with merely imagining the touch of his hands, the taste of his kiss It s time to seduce the tough, sexy cowboy.She s heard tAlternative cover for ASIN B003370JJOBook 1 in the series Men of August Marly s love for Cade has spanned her teenage years, and survived strong and intact into womanhood Her fantasies and daydreams have sustained her, but she s no longer content with merely imagining the touch of his hands, the taste of his kiss It s time to seduce the tough, sexy cowboy.She s heard the rumors for years, the tales of his sexual preferences She s prepared herself to accept his desires Prepared her body for his touch But she wasn t prepared for the choice to come Cade s dark desires, his sexual excesses are based in the past In a time when pain, shame, and blood stains his very soul He carries a secret shared only with his brothers A secret that has scarred the bond, the ability to be a brother or to accept the love of the men he was raised with He knows the only way to prove his loyalty, his love for those brothers and Marly will be the key She has a choice She can surrender to Cade s needs, his soul deep desires, or she can walk away A choice only Marly can make A choice that will change her life forever.

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    About “Lora Leigh

    • Lora Leigh

      Lora Leigh lives in the rolling hills of Kentucky, often found absorbing the ambience of this peaceful setting She dreams in bright, vivid images of the characters intent on taking over her writing life, and fights a constant battle to put them on the hard drive of her computer before they can disappear as fast as they appeared Lora s family, and her writing life co exist, if not in harmony, in relative peace with each other Surrounded by a menagerie of pets, friends, and a teenage son who keeps her quick wit engaged, Lora s life is filled with joys, aided by her fans whose hearts remind her daily why she writes.Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this namecmillan author loraleigh



    651 thoughts on “Marly's Choice

    • You know that nursery rhyme that starts out « I’m a little tea pot » blah blah blah ? Yeah, well here we have three little tea pots who are itching to do a heck of lot of tipping into their “beloved” Marly. Don’t know why they love her so much, but that’s inconsequential. And here we have the essence of the story. Three guys want Marly, Marly really wants one of them, ping pong this idea 'til you're blue in the face, stick in some endlessly repetitive sexual tension, add some menage [...]


    • 4 stars – Romantic Suspense/Erotica/BDSM/MénageThis is a bit tough to review because I had sort of a love/hate thing going on with this bookhated the characters but loved the smokin’ hot sex. I think I tend to judge Lora Leigh’s books differently than those by other romance authors though because I know going in that her male leads are usually angst-laden, dominating, uber alpha a**holes (whether they’re military, cowboys, or cops) with troubled pasts and tortured souls, but she writes [...]



    • Let me begin by stating this fact: The WTFery is strong with this one. This is not the kind of book where you think to yourself, “What a finely drawn depiction of life and love.” No…this is the kind of book where the characters are crazy, the situations are crazy, and yet you suspend your disbelief and continue reading because the sexy times are so awesome. And there are sexy times on pretty much every other page. YAY! Honestly, I love WTFery in erotic romance, and I love emotionally unsta [...]


    • I thought this book was abuse. The boys were her stepbrothers and they felt they were protecting her from her father who wanted to abuse her. Having said that, how could they justify their actions? I thought Cade was a jerk and he never came around enough for me. The whole "share" to make us all feel connected because we had an abusive father riled me up. The sex was hot, but too abusive for my taste. Cade ran hot and cold: knowing he was going to share her, but chastising her when she was comfo [...]


    • I'm glad I read this expecting it to be horrendously written with skeevy sex because I had a blast (for the most part). Zosia's reviews of the Nauti series really did me a favor because I could kick my feet up and enjoy. As a result, I didn't get hung up on all the damn yous and souls and waxed beef curtains, although I did discover that "harsh" and "bit out" are just as (ill-)used by La Leigh.But I now see why Leigh is such a guilty pleasure, because published Godawfulness really doesn't get be [...]


    • Lora Leigh's readers are accustomed to intense characters and plots filled with nuance and psychological depth. The Men of August series doesn't disappoint. In fact, this series is psychologically darker than most of Leigh's stories. There are many erotic scenes, but this series is much deeper.Marly's Choice could have been penned a la Diana Palmer - the classic theme of guardian and virginal ward - but Cade August is not like Palmer's brooding but honorable heroes. Cade August has two younger b [...]


    • This book was hot. I think that Cade is my least favorite brother. He was so obnoxious and arrogant he was getting on my last nerve. I did like Marly. She knew what she wanted and went after it. I also liked that she stood her ground when she did not agree with Cade.


    • I love M/F/M books but this one just didn't do it for me I never got a real feel for the characters in this book as in most erotic books. One of the borthers Brock he is like a ghost in this book he is there but you never hear form him just a few lines even in the sexWhat I disliked most is when a woman says no even though she still feels like having sex no is no, so I felt like this book really borderlines she keep saying no and he keep telling her she wants it and she end up doing it I know th [...]


    • This is book about an alternative lifestyle that some readers will find offensive. I am not one of those readers. Parts of the book are pure fantasy. But if you can stretch your imagination to believe men are vampires, shape shifters who can fly, then stretch your imagination to believe that men can connect through a threesome. You can also imagine that there is a 21 year old virgin who anally preps herself in anticipation of her first time. You don’t have always have to understand. Just take [...]


    • Wish I could do minus stars!Though as well written as her other works, this depraved tale left a very bad taste in my mouth. Full of selfish, cruel, sick, twisted, perverted psychotic men who should be in very intensive counselling instead of being free to indulge in glorified rape/sexual enslavement, trapping formerly intelligent, independent women into a very 'mindless cult' like lifestyle. The women are relegated to nothing but blow up dolls who can talk in this series, not even allowed to dr [...]


    • I found the brothers a little overwhelming. This was the first book read by L L so maybe I am not accustomed to her heroes. I will give her a new try later.


    • I am a Lora Leigh fan and always look forward to reading any of her books. She writes intense stories with strong, emotional and flawed characters that somehow remain with you for a long time.Marly’s Choice is Book 1 in the Men of August Series and even though ménage is a favorite genre of mine, I did feel I a bit hesitant about the characters being three brothers sharing one woman. However, the story is very well-written and bearing in mind that this is after all fiction and just a fantasy m [...]


    • What happens in this book happens between people that are family and each one of them was abused when they were children and that makes this book all kinds of wrong. Is this supposed to be sexy? Hell, no.I had no idea what I was getting into when I picked this book. At that moment I didn't know existed so I started reading this and in the beginning what is about to happen is not very obvious. I kept reading hoping I was imagining things and when it happenned, because I am that stupid, I have to [...]


    • okay so this book was all types of bad I thought at first that at least the sex was good but I changed my mind that was just as bad too. Marly is a doormat the August Brothers are a something to say the least and I can't believe that any woman with an once of self esteem would stick around for that and come on most of the time he was basically raping her and come on she just wanted him to stop fucking her unconscious really that's not good sex it was all just too much. The dialoge was bad it was [...]


    • Maybe I am a bit of a prude at heart - but thought it was a bit much. My Catholic upbringing coming to the fore maybe I did like it but found that the end was very rushed - it was all over just like that! Not sure if I will read the next in the series - want to read a NICE book now to settle down. Saying all that I have read plenty other Menage books - might have been that he was the guardian and she was only 12 when they took her in. Would not be one of my favourites.


    • I read this book and promptly decided to forget about it. Why? Because I have realized I do not like cowboy books. There is just something about how they are written that burns my chaps. (Like my reference?) Marly is a foolish girl here and it is embarrassing to watch her stalk chase after a guy. This is a quick read and whilst some of the other books in this series are better, it is not necessary to read this one to get caught up.


    • You can read hundreds of other story synopses here, so I won't re-summarize when it is not needed.I generally enjoy a Lora Leigh book. I know I can expect an entertaining story populated with over the top Über Alpha heroes, some hard-driving headboard banging banging, and more. You can always count on Leigh to add a little kink to the explicit guilty-pleasure reading.But as I read this book, the sage wisdom of Elvis Presley came to mind, several times: “A little less conversation, a little mo [...]


    • Wow! This book is something else! Know what you're getting into when reading this book. It's wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong and really just an excuse for lots of orgies. But it's still a rather intriguing read that I rather enjoyed. It's meant to be a book about people that are all broken and doing things they know are wrong but that makes them feel better. That alone made me like it. I was pleased to find that Marly stands up for herself and demands and bosses just as much as she is commande [...]


    • This was an ok read. The sex scenes were (as always with Lora Leigh) sizzlin' hot but I have to admit I hated the main characters, Cade and Marly. And the way their relationship evolves was just not convincing. Lusting after someone (even for years and years) is one thing and loving someone is a different thing entirely. But the thing that irritated me the most was that even though Marly was an inexperienced virgin, Cade made her do things even some very experienced mature women probably wouldn' [...]


    • I want to know why everyone was so angry all the time and why all of the reactions were like caricatures of normal reactions? So extreme! And I think because of all the anger (mostly Cade at himself and any other male, lol), the sex just wasn't as fun to read as some stuff I've read. It was just angry sex. There was only a small part where it was nice, caressing, comfy sex. I'm not saying it always has to be soft I don't mind an alpha, but the whole thing was him dominating her. I remember readi [...]


    • Holy crap! I had NO idea what I was getting into with this book. So sure the initial story line seemed a little skeezy. Ward falls for her gaurdian. But hey - they weren't blood relations and this has been known to happen. What I was not expecting was the hard core BDSM and group sex that involved the 20 y.o. ward. So - I'm not usually a prude about erotica, BDSM, etc. but frankly this book scared the daylights out of me and gave me nightmares that night. Just seemed really violent. Made me wond [...]


    • Read this book as part of a "Survey of Commercial Lit" so to speak. I have to say, this book is pretty gross and I don't mean the erotic element. The leading man is an abusive, humiliating bully and the "heroine" is a weakling. Ick. I don't identify with Leigh's female characters at all and her characterizations in general are cardboard. Leigh seems hesitant to commit to her plot twists and the conflict always feels contrived and forced. It was a struggle to finish it and I'll admit I did a LOT [...]


    • Absolutely ridiculous, but there's no denying that LL writes insanely hot sex scenes. That fact alone gets this up to 3 stars.There were MANY aspects of this story that made me feelwell, skeeved out, to be quite honest. Which seems to be another running theme with LL's books. She seems to enjoy making the reader squirm, and not just because of the sex scenes. This is one incredibly messed up, bat-s*** crazy family, and I hear that it only gets crazier as the series goes on. *eeeep*


    • Ok, what the hell?! Can we get a -1 star rating here? I've never vehemently suggested avoiding a book at all cost like it's contaminated and you might die from even looking at it. But now I am.This book is like 85% sexual abuse.Not cool, Lora Leigh. SO NOT COOL.



    • I have nothing against threesomes, or BDSM, or dominant men. But you can't take a virgin, send her into a sudden rollercoaster of emotion and just make her take everything without time for adjustment. And what was that ultimatum at the end? She just accepted that her lover needs to share her and said lover comes out bright and joyful telling her that he wants her to sleep with a woman as well? Someone she doesn't even know??? Or she can go back to school and just forget about being his woman?Wha [...]


    • This is book about an alternative lifestyle that some readers will find offensive. I am not one of those readers. Parts of the book are pure fantasy. But if you can stretch your imagination to believe men are vampires, shape shifters who can fly, then stretch your imagination to believe that men can connect through a threesome. You can also imagine that there is a 21 year old virgin who anally preps herself in anticipation of her first time. You don’t have always have to understand. Just take [...]


    • Rating: 2.0Just not a good book. Too many errors in what happened in one scene and the description of it later. Not well written 1/2 of it was the angst from the hero, which got soooo boring. And his 'proclivities' didn't seem so bizarre if you read many of these books, except for the sharing with his brothers. Just another angst-ridden Dom. I also don't find a 10 year gap in age to be such a big deal given how immature men are compared to women.I have a lot of Lora Leigh books, but this was a r [...]


    • Bueno este libro lo encontre porque los compararon con "The Naughty Boys" de la misma autora por supuesto asi que decidi leerlo pero quede tristemente decepcionada, ¿Que paso Lora? Veo en los reviews que a muchas les gusto siento ser la excepcion pero no le encontraba sentido por ningun lado ni siquiera a la parte de sex era como no se, empezaba y terminaba y no me enteraba como jaja, y por ser los tres hermanos que veian a Marly como una hermana o lo intentaron hasta ahi todo bien porque no er [...]


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