Special Promotion: Tangled Bundle by Leah Braemel


“The love scenes sizzle on each and every page. I couldn’t get enough and had to read it twice—okay, three times!

Joyfully Reviewed

Two scorching hot western ménages in one package, from author Leah Braemel.


box set bundle graphic for 99 cents




Texas Tangle (Tangled Series, Book One – contemporary western erotic romance)
Thanks to her cheating ex-husband, all Nikki Kimball has left is a bruised heart, an over-drawn bank account and an empty home. When sex-on-legs Dillon Barnett and his foster-brother Brett Anderson start showing more than just neighborly attention, Nikki is intrigued.  Back in high school, the two friends fought a bitter battle to win her heart. Society says Nikki must choose between the two men she loves. Is she strong enough to break all the rules in order to find happiness?


Tangled Past (Tangled Series, Book Two – historical western erotic romance)

Forced to marry a man she just met, Sarah McLeod clings to the hope that she’ll finally find the love and acceptance she’s always craved. But her tenuous dreams of a happy life on the frontier are in danger of being dashed by the one thing she can’t change—her husband’s love for another man. With the open frontier closing in around them, is Nate’s suggestion of a permanent threesome their path to happiness? Or will others destroy what they’ve found together?

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Excerpt from Texas Tangle


Nikki snuggled up to Brett, smiling that same beautiful smile she’d given Dillon in the kitchen a few days before. His heart lodged in his throat, realizing it was all for him. Maybe he’d still be around tomorrow. Maybe he still had a chance with her.

She shook her head, causing her hair to brush over his chest in an erotic caress that had him hardening again. “Why would I regret showing you just how much I love you both?”

Emotions swamping him at her pronouncement, Brett swallowed hard. He threw one arm over his eyes, unwilling to let either of them see the emotion he couldn’t keep from his expression. It was either that or let the tears that prickled beneath his lids spill down his cheeks for everyone to see. He hadn’t let himself cry since he was a kid. He’d learned early not to show any type of emotion, and he couldn’t let her—anyone, even Dillon—know how she affected him. He couldn’t give anyone that type of power ever again. Yet here she was, bit by bit, pulling down the barriers he’d built.

If Nikki chose Dillon instead of him, it was going to hurt worse than any beating his father had given him. Even if she did choose him, he doubted Dillon would be as magnanimous in defeat as he’d promised. Either way he’d lose—in winning Nikki’s love, he’d lose Dillon’s friendship. If she chose Dillon over him, he couldn’t be able to bear watching the two of them together knowing she’d loved him, just not loved him enough.

She shifted until she was draped over top of him again, her body a comforting blanket. Something brushed his cheek. “Hey, are you okay?”

Her simple touch shattered the remaining walls. He wrapped his arms around her, holding her tightly as if she would float away if he didn’t.

“I love you,” he whispered, the words tumbling out before he could stop them. He held his breath once he realized what he’d done, the power over him he’d handed her.

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Leah 2Leah Braemel is the only woman in a houseful of males that includes her college-sweetheart husband, two sons, a Shih Tzu named Seamus and Turtle the cat. She loves escaping the ever-multiplying dust bunnies by opening up her laptop to write about sexy heroes and the women who challenge them.

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