Review: Saving Lady Ilsa
By: Crystal Kauffman
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Historical Romance, M/F/M
I truly enjoyed reading Saving Lady Ilsa by Crystal Kauffman. A historial romance placed in London 1859. Lord Bradford Stratton swoops in and plucks Ilsa Kilgard from a life of neglect and abuse with a promise of marriage and safety. Little did she know that there was more to Lord Stratton than met the eye, but it was a risk she was willing to take.
At the urging of his father, Bradford needed to take a wife, except, there was already someone in his life, Frederick. A silent understanding of his place in Bradford's life didn't relieve the pressure for him to marry. Ilsa isn't the only one bringing baggage to the table. Her life was not an easy one at the hands of her brother in law.
Follow them on their journey through, acceptance, love and trust as they fight to save Ilsa from her past as her past won't let her be.
I loved this story. The author wonderfully depicted the different types of love that can be shared in polyamorous relationships. Two glorious men in love who wanted to share their love with a woman that controlled their hearts. The author integrated M/M and M/F and M/F/M love seamlessly as Ilsa was taught what love really was. The sex was of the swoon-worthy! The men are delicious!
Michele gives this book