Review: Mountain Fever by Elaina Jadin and Bethany Jadin

Posted April 15, 2020 by Tiffany in 5 Stars, Book Reviews, Contemporary, Erotic, Menage, Reverse Harem / 0 Comments

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Review: Mountain Fever by Elaina Jadin and Bethany JadinMountain Fever
by Bethany Jadin, Elaina Jadin

Series: Stone Brothers #1
Published by Jadin Press on February 17, 2020
Sub-Genre/Theme: Contemporary, Erotic, Menage, Reverse Harem
Format: Ebook
Source: Purchased

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A mountain rescue, a wicked blizzard, and three rugged, hot-as-sin brothers, who all want her.

An accident sends Addie tumbling into our lives, shattering our quiet isolation. We're none too pleased about having an uninvited guest, especially since this storm's going to last a while. But she's got sweetness and sass, not to mention seriously tempting curves. Soon the fire isn't the only thing heating up our cabin, but once we've had her between us, letting her go might not be so easy...

Mountain Fever by Elaina Jadin and Bethany Jadin is one of the first romances I’ve read in a long time. I’ve been in a romance funk and this one got me out of it! 

First off, this is a reverse harem romance with one woman and three men. I was temporarily confused because I thought the cover makes it look like there are four men, but there’s “only” three. 😂 This is the first book in the Stone Brothers series.

I am a sucker for a forced proximity/snowed in together story! This one features Addie, who’s recently heartbroken. On the mend from her cheating ex, she takes a trip to a posh mountain resort. While exploring, she heads off the trail and gets herself into a bit of a scrape–and into the arms of the three Stone brothers: Colt, Remi, and Wes. 

Hello, Stone brothers! Truth be told, I got the three of them confused a lot even though they have different personalities because they’re all grumpy, reclusive mountain men (but hot, not like Duck Dynasty or something). I also got them confused during the s*x scenes but let’s be real, there are three guys so who’s keeping track? 🙈

This is a surprisingly emotional story that I really connected with. I became invested in the characters’ relationships with each other. There were a couple moments when I side-eyed Addie’s actions a bit, but for the most part I really liked her.

Please note, there is a cliffhanger ending but if you get the boxed set, you can dive right into the second book right away! 

Rating: 5 stars


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