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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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Loved it !!!!! Couldn't put it down.
Can't wait to read / hear more from the town of Bliss

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  • The Lone Trekkie
  • 2020-01-03

Well, Color Me Surprised!

So manage and reverse harems are my go-to storylines. But all these cheesy cowboy stories that were clearly written by conservative, older, missionary-only-please authors like Vanessa Vale, and borderline-awkward reading by narrators like Kylie Stewart have burned me so many times that I scroll right by the western themed menace recommendations.

But Three to Ride is different.

It's a pleasant surprise. The storyline was "Town of Chance" -predictable, but still nicely executed. Vale could take a few lessons on plot development from Lexi Blake. And Kitty Bang's delivery is superb. The steamy scenes were downright scorchy. Not just dirty words strewn together. Now that I think about it, there weren't very many steamy scenes. But the ones in the story were important and perfect.

Well done.

Cowboy manage faith: restored

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  • Leezard_Love
  • 2020-01-30

Twins find their match

I wasn't sure how I would feel about the whole twin brother thing in a relationship but Lexi Blake made it work. While this wasn't my favorite book of hers so far, I did enjoy it. Steamy with suspense just like the others and did an excellent job with it.

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  • Jeaux
  • 2020-09-09

hard to finish

I would guess that the "threesome" turned me way off I enjoy more traditional relationships

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  • Laura Brown
  • 2020-01-04

Fantastic start to a series

Great pacing and character development. Also, supporting players are interesting and funny. The undertone of domestic violence and stalking are depicted with empathy and awareness of their severity. Good writing and captive romance.

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  • V
  • 2020-06-05

my review

good book, enjoyed it , nice plot. good job by narrator. would recommend book to others.

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  • IceWanda
  • 2020-01-19

about 3 people who want each other... the end

It's a very simple basic threesome story... with a bit of side Ex drama. The drama part was fine. However, I was expecting more in the threesome part. It was just about three people who wanted one another... so? Not much to it. Having gone through so many Lexi's books... I wanted more emf from this one. It just wasn't real enough for me.

The narration was great. Thank you.

Still a good listen. Enjoy!

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  • RavenMoondrop
  • 2021-05-12

Quigley is a good boy!

Sophie Oak/ Lexi Blake's "Nights in Bliss, Colorado" series is like an amusing, eccentric, kinky soap opera set in Bliss, Colorado. A tiny town inhabited by dozens of delightfully charming, quirky, and entertaining characters who don't blink an eye at unconventional relationships, there is enough fodder in Bliss to keep this saga going for years to come.

The series is a bit predictable, with each installment focusing on one budding non-traditional romance while dealing with a mystery or turmoil of some type. "Three to Ride" introduces us to horse-trainer Max Harper and Sheriff Ryan Harper, twin brothers who dream of finding one perfect woman to share, and Rachel Swift, a woman who stops in Bliss while running from a violent stalker. Max and Rye take it upon themselves to find out what she's running from and consider it their duty to save Rachel when her stalker shows up in Bliss.

I usually prefer hearing different voice actors portray each couple (or thriple, as the case may be), so I was initially dismayed to discover that Lee Samuels and Kitty Bang narrated the entire series, but I ended up enjoying the familiarity of their voices. Each book felt like a chance to catch up with old friends.

I discovered this series while reading Lexi Blake's "Masters & Mercenaries" and "Forgotten" series and have listened to most of the books two or three times. If you appreciate Lexi Blake's creativity and writing style, you will enjoy this series.

Skip this series if you don't see the entertainment value in tongue-in-cheek humor and quirky characters (like an alien hunter, nudists, artists, and Birkenstock wearing tree-huggers), or if you have issues with light BDSM or love outside of the traditional one man with one woman relationship.

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  • Debrasad
  • 2021-05-07

Totally Recommend this

Interesting story, interesting characters, and unusual odd but fun town. this story was emotional, fun, and it leaves you with a smile wanting more from them characters of Bliss.

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  • Michellle T
  • 2021-04-06

Favorite writer

The characters have great personalities and great love lifestyles!! The characters are easily built and the books flow together.

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  • KarenC
  • 2021-02-07

Good story, recommend

Enjoyable read, great second characters in the town. very captivating beginning then got a bit slow. good narration