Seth and Zane Morgan have done their best to view Jaz as a little sister but there’s no doubt that they share in a desire for the little minx. What neither of them anticipated was Jazz’s returning from Paris with a new seductiveness about her and obvious determination to entice both of them to forgo their good intentions and give into the emotional and physical pull they feel for her.
From the moment the plane lands in Texas it’s obvious that nothing is ever going to be the same. There’s a heightened sense of awareness between Jaz, Seth and Zane that hadn’t been present before. Of course the fact that Jaz launches herself into Zane’s arms and follows it up with a lip lock leaving no doubt about her desires. Unfortunately while Zane doesn’t require a whole lot of convincing to see her as a desirable young woman, Seth is going to be quite a bit more difficult to persuade to give up the ‘big brother’ role. While Jaz goes about seducing each of the brothers individually, tensions build between the men. Seth is becoming increasingly jealous of Jaz and Zane’s closeness and Zane is battling is own confusion over his desire for Jaz.
Jaz soon realizes that her plans to seduce Seth and Zane are causing major problems between the men she loves. She’s going to have to be honest and tell the men exactly what she wants but then she learns that Sean is venomously opposed to the idea of sharing her with his brother. For Jaz it’s an all or nothing situation and she’s willing to do whatever she has to in order to garner their attention. She loves them both equally and being forced to choose between them isn’t an option. Will she be able to convince him that the three of them could be very happy together?
Maya Banks presents readers with another of her powerfully written menage stories which will have them riveted to the pages. In addition to the exciting aspects of the relationship between Jaz, Sean and Zane there’s a shocking story as to how Jaz originally came to live with Sean and Zane which I found captivating. As with every Maya Banks book I’ve read the characters are strong individuals with problems and quirks that make them seem very real. For a smokin’ hot storyline you won’t be able to put down pick up a copy of BRAZEN - you won’t be sorry you did.