Three to Ride: Nights in Bliss Series, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Re-released in a second edition with two new chapters and additional new content.
Rachel Swift is a woman on the run.
A stalker sent Rachel's world reeling. Now she's running for her life, and Bliss, Colorado, seems like the perfect place to hide. Bliss is a strange little town, filled with artists, nudists, and the occasional conspiracy nut. It's a good place to start over.
Max and Rye are just the men to catch her.
Horse trainer Max and Sheriff Rye gave up on their dream of finding one perfect woman to share, long ago. Rachel walks in, and they're both in love and fighting their true natures.
A town like no other...
When Rachel's past catches up with her, all of Bliss is in danger. Rachel knows she should run, but how can she leave behind the love she's found with Max and Rye and the home she's built in Bliss? With her whole town behind her, Rachel is ready to make her stand. It's time for her to get back in the saddle and ride.
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|Listening Length||9 hours and 3 minutes|
|Narrator||Kitty Bang, Lee Samuels|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||September 23, 2019|
|Publisher||DLZ Entertainment, LLC|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #37,352 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#1,187 in Romantic Suspense (Audible Books & Originals)
#2,766 in Contemporary Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
#9,374 in Romantic Suspense (Books)
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Three to Ride is the first book in Lexi Blake’s Nights in Bliss, Colorado series. These books were originally published under the pen name Sophie Oak and have been re-edited with content added. Three to Ride is written in third-person semi-omniscient perspective. The narrator follows a number of characters including, but not limited to, Rachel, Max, and Rye.
As always with Lexi Blake’s books, Three to Ride is far more than an erotic ménage novel. It was a story of acceptance, strength, and learning to love and trust yourself, despite the misgivings of others. It was full of suspense and hurt, and had me bawling during the prologue. Rachel’s story was heartbreaking, especially since it didn’t feel like fiction at all. Far too often women all over the world find themselves in the same position and not all of them have a team of guardian angels working to give them a new start in life.
I found Rye’s part in the relationship both intriguing and frustrating, which I am sure was the point. I loved how much chemistry he and Rachel had before they were anything beyond two people who cared deeply for Max. It made the transition from a two-person relationship to a ménage feel much more natural. There was never any question, to me, that the three of them all needed one another and despite how the relationship began and everyone’s reservations about asking for everything, they’d all realize they weren’t complete without the other half of Max.
I’m full-blown obsessed with everything Lexi Blake writes. I’m slowly making through her backlist, and I’m ecstatic to have the opportunity to read these previously published titles as they’re re-released with additional content. Her writing feels different from almost anything else I’ve read, and her characters are all so intriguing. I love how flawed they are, yet each of them possesses an undeniable strength that is unencumbered by their shortcomings.
Elizabeth Courtney runs for her life from an ex, but he is only an ex in his mind, because she only dated him once.
Tommy is a cop and when he burns down her house with her in it. She has filed compliant after compliant with no success.
When she arrives in Bliss she is now Rachel Smith. She has no money and is dropped of at the diner by the resident alien crazy Mel.
Stella takes one look at her and the mother hen comes out. She is hired as a waitress and the first thing she does is set Max Harper on his ass. Maxwell Harper is big and has a nasty temper but under Rd chef's hand he is a pussy cat.
Everyone in Bliss know that Max and his twin Rye share everything including women. But will that happen with Rachel? As the whole town drops hints about the two guys, but she hasn't met Rye because he is the sheriff and currently at a convention.
Rachel definitely doesn't like law enforcement, can Rye win her over? When Max gets shot and his sister arrives Brooke and Rachel square off. Who wins, well you need to read the book. I would give it 5/5 stars. I totally loved it.
Rachel is a strong character that has an incredible will to survive. Though her life is thrown into complete turmoil she manages to find the good in people, even those who have a gruff exterior (a.k.a Max). She just has to get past the fact the Max’s brother is the sheriff in Bliss.
Max has got the entire town of Bliss fooled into thinking he is this short tempered and bad behaved man. It just takes the right woman to show who the real Max is.
I love Rye. He is Max’s twin and he is willing to sacrifice the type of relationship he would have with the woman of his dreams and his brother. Rye wants to make sure the Max is happy.
Lexi writes so much depth into each character. Bliss may be a fictional place but after reading these books it seems so real. And I love the additions she made to the story. I love the blending of the Masters and Mercenaries into this series.
Top reviews from other countries
No real potential triggers although there is reference to stalking incidents.
There are a couple of misspelled words (e.g. ringing instead of wringing) but certainly not enough to detract from the storyline.
The characterisation is absolutely perfect, with individual personalities that allow you to form a connection and the people wriggle their way into your heart to become the friends you wish you had.
The plotline is so engaging, with perfect balance between show and tell, the storyline pulls you along at a rate of knots.
I've had the book for years and have re-read it numerous times, so I have no idea why I have not left feedback before now.
I love just about everything from Lexi Blake, but this is one of my all time favourites.
There is intrigue, danger, utter kindness and of course , love.
I want to be the kid running wild around Bliss with Max, Callie, Rye and Stefan. I want to sit in Stella's with coffee and watch the antics, especially Mel's - the lure of Lexi's world so well crafted from start to finish.
There are some sex scenes, both M/F and MFM and some swearing.
If this is your genre you should enjoy the series!
On to the next one!!