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Their Virgin by Josi Beck

This virgin needs, TWO hot alpha males to please her.

This is a menage romance with two alpha males possessing one sassy virgin. If you like your romance dirty with a bit of spanking then this book is for you.

Logan and Luke Armstrong are deliciously dirty twin brothers, that also happen to be working on Isabella's next door neighbor house.

Construction workers by trade their bodies are to die for. With ripped muscles and abs for days, Isabella finds it nearly impossible to avoid staring or watching them.

When both of the gorgeous Armstrong twins discover the shy, virgin, bookworm next door has been spying on them they offer her a deal she can’t pass up.

One night. Unbridled passion. No strings attached. What does she have to lose, besides her virginity, and possibly her heart?

With two men awakening the need deep inside you, how can you say no to love?

-This is a standalone romance, with a HEA. No panties required reading so leave those at the door, and grab yourself a glass of wine. The Armstrong twins promise you more than one pleasureable orgasm.-

I really had high hopes for Their Virgin by Josi Beck. Especially after having had read Dirty Deeds, which I loved. But there was something about the storyline that got under my skin and it had nothing to do with the fact that twin brothers wanting the same girl. Isabella was what I would have expected from a girl who spends her time reading books, but nothing like the virgin girl you'd expect - she was outspoken on her likes, confident in her abilities, and yet, when it came to intimacy, she was a conundrum that I didn't know what to make of it. Her reactions were nothing like I would expect. Logan from the way he was introduced, I honestly thought he was older, and his ability to dominate a situation just solidified that though, yet nothing surprised me more when I found out his real age.

I enjoy the instant love stories; I happen to believe in them, yet there was something in the way that it was told that left me with more questions than not. If the twins were Isabella's neightbour, how is it that the lemonade scene is the first time they meet? Especially considering Isabella often reads outside. The story had such potential and reading the blurb had piqued my interest and I really wanted to love it, but it fell short for me. Don't get me wrong, there were many strong points but as a whole, Their Virgin by Josi Beck wasn't enough. However, I look forward to reading more by her in the future.

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