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Shameless (Black Brothers Trilogy Book 3) by [Bush, Brynley]
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Sheltered good girl Victoria Raine has always wanted to be a little bad. Tired of living life safely on the sidelines, she summons the courage to forge a new path for herself and applies to the FBI, looking for adventure and something to fulfill her vague longing for something…more. She gets more than she bargained for with her first undercover assignment—posing as the girlfriend of country music’s bad boy, Drake Maddox, a lone wolf with a reputation for having singularly erotic tastes. Hoping to catch a serial killer that’s targeting women close to Drake, Tori’s job is to convince the public, and the killer, that she and the wickedly handsome superstar are an item.

Although their relationship is a sham, there’s nothing fake about the hidden desires the sexy as sin cowboy awakens in Tori. As the killer draws closer, Tori finds herself falling for the one man she can’t have.

***Shameless can be read as a stand alone novel, although each book in the series interconnects.***

The Black Brothers Trilogy
Three brothers, bound by a secret that could change the world of medicine.
Three women, hired to protect the secret that someone is willing to kill for.
The last thing they expected to find was love.

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This series for me just keeps getting better and better. I had my hesitations for an FBI agent going undercover as the girlfriend of country music legend but Brynley pulls it off! Well done! I’m impressed (and I’m not easily impressed.)
As much as I had expectations for Raine to be a tough cookie – she is – just inexperienced. This is where she must first resist Drake but then she has to be brave enough to trust him. Yes, he does use blackmail and puts her career on the line to form the first steps of their relationship and that’s the one part I don’t like about this series. He makes her choose to start a sexual relationship with him or she will lose this case and ultimately be signed to a desk job.
He takes her places sexually she could only read about in the erotica section of a bookstore! Lordy! Those scenes are sexy as! But with each interaction, they cement their attraction even more and slowly it turns from a lustful relationship to a loving one.
There was still that sense of dread from the previous books is going to come back to haunt Drake and Raine and it does in a huge way. That scene them and figuring out the answer had me holding my breath. So well written and executed.
A perfect blend of drama, romance and hot times. None of these books are cliffhangers but the answer is not finalised until this book. They can be read as standalones but why would you?
Have to say, I love the simplicity of the covers – they would look amazing in paperback.
I was kindly provided with a free copy of this book from the author to provide an honest review. Receiving this book for free did not influence my opinion nor review.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Book #3: Black Brothers Trilogy: **REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS** 4 September 2015
By RoloPoloBookBlog - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Shameless by Brynley Bush
Book #3: Black Brothers Trilogy
Source: Purchase
My Rating: 5/5 stars
My Review:

The third and final installment of the Black Brothers Trilogy starts out awesome and doesn’t let up until the very last second. Victoria (Tori) Raine has always done what is expected of her, right up to the moment she applied for the FBI. Drake Maddox has never done what is expected of him, right up to the moment he agreed to have a pretend girlfriend.

As a celebrated country singer, Drake Maddox (aka Drake Black) is a household name and used to a lot of attention. He is on the front of every magazine, he is the topic of all kinds of gossip, and women line up to share his bed. Drake rarely ever refuses a bed partner and if the rumors are to be believed, he is just like his brothers, Beckett and Griffin and likes to be in control of his women. Having a girlfriend has never really been on Drake’s agenda but woman have been disappearing from his concerts and the FBI has a plan.

When Tori is told she is to be Drake Maddox’s girlfriend in order to help catch a killer, she readily accepts the assignment then asks who Drake Maddox is. Her research is eye-opening, her first meeting with Drake is somewhat awkward, and their first “date” is seen by the public as friendly and far from hot. In private, the heat is definitely turned up but Tori realizes she is in way over her head with Drake. His reputation certainly precedes him and if she is going to convince the public she is really Drake’s girlfriend, she is going to need some instruction. Under the guise of it “being for the case,” Tori asks Drake to teach her how to be edgier, more like the girls he usually “dates.” Knowing an opportunity when he sees it, Drake agrees to teach Tori what it means to be edgier.

Teaching Tori to be edgier is not only exciting but entirely sensual and sexy and certainly no burden for Drake. With Tori’s agreement, Drake takes total control of their relationship from what Tori wears to the things she does both in public and private. Much to both Tori and Drake’s surprise, Tori is not only a willing participant but an enthusiastic one as well. While both are enjoying their time together and clearly convincing the public of their relationship status, they know they situation is temporary and meant to be nothing more than a show. As the deadline to catch the killer draws ever closer, Tori and Drake also become closer and neither are at all prepared for how the whole mess is going to shake out in the end.

The Bottom Line: It is no secret how much I love trilogies and the Black Brothers Trilogy is no exception. From beginning to end, I have thoroughly enjoyed this series and was really sad to come to the end. Drake Maddox is quite the surprise and I liked him from the moment he was introduced in book two. Seriously? It’s kind of hard not to like him after that island scene. . . .but I digress. Tori is spunky and eager to learn but she is also searching for something more for her life. Drake is the perfect fit for Tori and once they actually lay all their cards on the table they are a very good team. The reveal of the big bad is not at all unexpected but getting to that moment is well worth it and I was glad to see the continuation of the theme/characters through all three books. Bush has created a group of characters and a plot line you are glad to see continue. Don’t get me wrong, each book focuses on one of the brothers exclusively but the other brothers (and their respective partners) play a vital role in that character’s book. It is clear, there is a great sense of respect, love, and loyalty among the Black brothers and that is a theme that is carried throughout the series as well. Bush has created an excellent series with solid, well-rounded characters and a plot line that is equal parts naughty and nice. I was quite thrilled to follow the Black brothers through three reads and would gladly do so again.

P.S. Though these books can be read as stand-alones, I highly recommend reading all three of them in order. There is so much crossing over and continuation of certain elements and characters that to read the trilogy out of order would create a far less enjoyable experience.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good writing, entertaining, fun and SEXY- Brynley is going on my recommended authors list 4 March 2015
By Lorraine Joy - Published on
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Shameless is off the Richter scale, steaming, piping, put the kids and the dog out HOT!!! Trust me when I tell you this. I like my books extra spicy and this one reminded me of this nuclear hell hot sauce my Grandmother used to keep for special occasions (true story, that’s actually a thing). I have to lead with this information because even though I enjoyed the overall story, the lasting impression this book leaves is that you need a fan and a glass of ice water.

Shameless is the third book in the Black Brothers Trilogy but you do not need to have read the other two books to read this one. How do I know that? I haven’t read the first two books (yet). I will give you this warning, I get the impression that some parts of the storyline carry over from book to book and if you’re like me and you start with this book first, it’s likely that some parts of Book one and two will be spoiled. Of course, take this warning with a grain of salt because like I said, I haven’t read the first two books. The plot of Shameless is pretty straight forward. Tori is an FBI agent assigned to fake a relationship with country singer Drake Maddox in order to draw out a stalker who goes after Drake’s love interest. Of course Tori is hot and Drake is HAWT and “fake” love in erotic romance novels is like fake calories in real life- there is no such thing. So it’s no surprise when Tori and Drake’s fake relationship starts teetering on real lust.

The main thing (other than the sex) that I like about this book is the dialogue between Tori and Drake and the building of their relationship. I hate to read and book where I have to keep asking myself what the main characters have in common and how the hell they seem to be in love, that’s not the situation here. Brynley has constructed a story that has enough real detail about the main characters that we can identify with them and their attraction to each other.

Another thing you will enjoy about this book is that it is well paced and the plot is constantly moving forward. I was interested in the underlying mystery from the first page to the last and I never had a moment of boredom. The fact that Drake is a singer and we get to see some of the lyrics to his songs adds interesting layers to the book that makes the experience more memorable.

I’m not a BDSM fan because so much of it post-FSOG has been cheesier than nachos and cheesy is not sexy. This book does include some light BDSM but I like the way it was done. The BDSM scenes were pretty mild as far as those go and they were definitely sexy and not too cliché.

The reason this book isn’t a five star review for me is because I’m easily distracted by factual discrepancies and Tori was like the worst FBI agent ever. Ok, yes, I have zero self control and probably would have been jumping Drake like a horny puppy from the introductions but I’m not a trained professional law enforcement person or whatever. I just hope the people assigned to keep us safe are not as easily seduced by their charges as Tori was.

I really like this author’s writing style and I’m excited to explore other works by her. I highly recommend this book.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Black trilogy 31 July 2016
By Reba - Published on
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This is the third and final installment in this series and boy was it an a-maz-ing three books. Each book centers on a continued story through out, but each book is also about each brother and finding love. The Black brothers are a trio of hot, alpha, dominant bad a$s men, who love hard and strong with each other, family and the strong feisty independent women they fall for. This is a very interesting and unigue story rolled into the best romantic suspense read I have found in a long time.
These three books have everything I enjoy about reading.
Romance- 5 stars
Superior story- 5 stars
Erotic sexy time- 5 + stars
Continued characters- 5stars
HEA- 5 stars
No cliffhanger just continuation of an amazing story of the Black family.
Highly recommend reading, I can not stress enough how great these books are and how sad you'll be if you never experience them.. one click buy all three!
4.0 out of 5 stars That was great! 3 July 2016
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Do you remember the reviews I had back in March 2016, yes, before I took my “vacation” from the blog? If you do, then you should be familiar with the Black Brothers Trilogy. And today I’m finishing it up! Therefore, you have yet to read Fearless or Matchless you can check them on my blog. Now, let me get back to today’s review. It will be short, so I will not be boring you a lot!

As mentioned in Matchless, you can read this one as a stand alone. It is intervened with two other books, but you won’t get lost as everything will be explained. But if you have read the previous books you can guess on whom we will be focusing today! Yes, it’s time to get to know Drake Maddox or Drake Black the youngest of the Black brothers. He’s your bad boy, country music superstar. And who’s going to be his pair? Meet Victoria Raine, or Tori and FBI agent, no kidding there. So, how the hell did these two meet? I would have really wanted to keep the intrigue, but it’s not all that necessary. Drake is getting letters from a crazy fan, and lastly, the girl he has been associated with have gone missing and one was found dead, that’s where Tori comes in. she is going to act as Drake’s girlfriend to lure the murderer out. So far so good?

And now you’re wondering where the “romance” comes in? well, you could have guessed, what started as a fake relationship blossomed into a real one, but before our characters acknowledge it, lots of stuff are going to happen. Are you ready to see how Drake’s and Tori’s relationship is going to work out? What kind of Alpha Make Drake is? He was the cutest but I still loved Griffin more. Are you ready to see how Camille’s case is going to end? She as the villain does not disappoint me!

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4.0 out of 5 stars Having Drake and eating him too (yes, I went there) 2 March 2015
By Vox Libris - Published on
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In Brynley Bush's first installment of the Black Brothers trilogy, Fearless, we met oldest brother Beckett Black. Matchless introduced us to Griffin, the Navy SEAL middle brother. Now, with Shameless, Bush brings us youngest brother, country music star Drake. And this book, faithful readers, in many ways is the strongest of the trilogy.

Drake made his first appearance in a most memorable way in Matchless, and he does not disappoint here. He's being targeted by a crazed fan, and the FBI has been called in to suss out the culprit. New to the agency is Tori Raine, who is cast to play Drake's fake girlfriend because the crazed fan is going after Drake's romantic liaisons.

Of course it doesn't take long before Drake and Tori blur the lines between business and pleasure.

And thank goodness for that, because Brynley Bush can write the hell out of a sex scene. Strap on your vibrators, girls, because you will make quick and thorough use of them as you read this book. (In fact, Drake gives Tori a particular toy that you will wish you had when you read that scene.)

Drake has charisma that oozes out of him, much like his sex appeal. Given that both Beckett and Griffin are men who like to take control during the sexy times, you can correctly assume that their baby brother fills that niche as well. Drake and Tori get to know each other intimately, both physically and emotionally.

Meanwhile, we have the mystery: who is behind these attacks on Drake's lady friends? Much like Mila in Matchless, Tori is a savant of sorts, able to suss out whodunit with far greater speed and skill than the seasoned agents around her. That, along with Tori's rapid descent into unprofessionalism (no sacrifice too demanding for the job, you know), requires you to suspend disbelief a bit, otherwise you might find the premise absurd.

What sets this book apart from its trilogy compatriots is the lack of time spent on the mystery. My chief complaints about Fearless and, to a far greater degree, Matchless centered around the time Bush devoted to spelling out The Great Guanabana Caper. It became tiresome in its detail. Here, though, she dispatches with that back story in a few pages.

It's far more pleasant.

You can read this one without having read its predecessors, but why would you want to do that? The sex scenes, faithful readers, are not to be missed. I thought Griffin's interlude with Mila on the island was well played, but Drake? Oh, Drake takes everything to a new, more delicious level. And Tori embraces everything Drake wants to try, going so far as to ask him to educate her, in a manner of speaking, in how to be one of Those Girls he typically dates.

Drake, by the way, should offer tutoring services as a side gig. He could teach even Christian Grey a thing or two about a thing or two.

Anyone who has read the first two books knows immediately who is behind the crimes committed, just as you will know that Drake and Tori will wind up together. The good news is that, despite these obvious plot points, Brynley Bush takes you on a wild, hot ride that is fun (and oh so hot) to read.

Tori is delightful, and while much of her work as an FBI agent seems implausible, she is adorable and engaging. Drake is dark, brooding, demanding, and impressively skilled when it comes to all things headboard rocking. And bless him for being so.

So pull up a chair (or a day bed, or a couch, or better yet just lie in bed) and read this one. Read all three. But remember, a release will build, so have a lover or a vibrator on standby.

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