Western Menage Series
"Well, it's in the tradition, in our heritage that two men marry with one woman. That two men discipline
train her to be a good and obedient wife, that two men work to keep her in a good and comfortable home, and
that two men make sure her needs are attended to. In kind, the woman submits to both men's will, does their
bidding and lies with both..."
When Grace wakes up on the floor of her ranch house with a pounding headache to find her house has been
robbed and ransacked, she knows she's in for a lecture from the Doc. Ever since her Pa died she's been
living on her own trying to make ends meet.
Grace's Pa asked the Doc to look out for her before he passed, but the Doc's had enough of Grace's
stubbornness. The robbery is the final straw and he tells Grace that he's arranged for her to marry the
Sheriff Sam Spencer, so she'll have a proper man to watch over her.
But Grace has never liked Sam and tells him and the Doc as much, in no uncertain terms. When Sam rides
her into the night the two find themselves arguing on the dark dirt road just outside of town.
Cole and Austin, new to town and camping by the river, hear the argument and intervene. When the Sheriff
decides he's had enough of Grace himself, she's left with the two strange men on the road. Enchanted by the
beautiful curvy woman, the two men decide that night, that she'll be theirs.
Grace feels just as strongly about the two cowboys as they feel about her. She can't believe the strange
tradition the men keep of marrying a single woman. But when they propose, she can't say no and the three
soon find themselves as men and wife.
Only after the nuptials are over does Grace begin to understand what it means to be bride to the two
handsome cowboys. Not only do they insist that she submit to the Doc for regular examinations, but they
begin training her body to do things she'd never dreamed of and spanking her soundly if she doesn't obey.