Fill Her Up (A Daly Way Story book 3)
By Brynn Paulin
Ten years ago, Verity Thompson ran from Daly, leaving behind her family and her lovers. Now, fresh from veterinary school, she’s returning to take over her father’s practice. She never suspects her old lovers will corner her within minutes of her return.
Patrick and Sim have never forgotten Verity, the girl they believe has always been destined for them. Hoping to sway her back to them, they convince her to give them a weekend of no-holds-barred sex. Little does she know that two of their close friends would be coming to town, too.
It doesn’t take Verity long to remember what she’d felt for the men, but when her father tells her he’s not giving her a job, she’s faced with the very choice she once ran from and feared: a lifetime in her men’s arms or the job of her dreams.
Although this is book 3 in the Daly Way series, each one is a stand-alone and you can easily pick up any one of these erotic stories at any time. The link in the story is the fantasy town Daly where the population of women are scarce and the men are willing to share.
Because women are so few and far between, when a woman is brought into a relationship it is usually the ménage style and they are treasured, loved, adored and oh yeah, they’re usually exhausted from being pleasured so often.
Fill Her Up was an excellent addition to this steamy series. Keeping with the Daly Way, Fill HerUp was a great double entendre in relation to the gas station Patrick operates and how Sim and Patrick satisfy her. There is no shortage of hot sexy love as Patrick and Sim strive to keep Verity from leaving Daly after her promised weekend of bliss. I love books where there is history between the characters and Patrick, Sim and Verity go all the way back to high school when the three of them had long term plans. That’s why it seemed so natural for Verity to make a decision to carry out such a lustful weekend.
For me what steps up the heat factor in Fill Her Up is that Sim had an attraction to Patrick as well the love he already felt for Verity. Patrick wasn’t ready to admit it yet, but he had a strong attraction to Sim. Verity seemed to be the anchor that brought those burgeoning feelings to freely appear. She supported if not encouraged the love to blossom. There is just something so much more sexier to me when the men in a ménage touch and love each other too.
So if I felt that was hot, let’s add two more studly bi-military men to the weekend mix and you have a very sexy, hot grouping. I love how Brynn Paulin makes it very clear in her books that the women are all for it and there is no pressure. It is never left up for an assumption but very clearly stated. I totally respect that and why I keep coming back to all Brynn Paulin books.