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The Billionaires: The Stepbrothers by Calista Fox

This pair of stepbrothers have their sights set on just one woman...

Scarlet Drake is an insurance fraud investigator hot on the heels of the thief who stole a multimillion-dollar art collection from tycoon Michael Vandenbergs Hamptons estate. Unfortunately, the sexy Wolf of Wall Street is also her prime suspect--along with his equally mouthwatering stepbrother, Montana rancher Sam Reed. Scarlet quickly finds herself tangled up in the two devilishly handsome men, and ensnared in a web of family lies.

Michael is used to getting what he wants--and he wants Scarlet in his bed. Sam had no intention of getting emotionally or romantically involved with a woman again, but he cant deny the sizzling chemistry with Scarlet. And when the three of them cave to one sinfully delicious night of sheer decadence, their sexy menage becomes a fiery affair of the heart. But they dont stand a chance at a happily ever after unless all of the absolute truths are finally revealed...

This is a standalone menage romance with an HEA.

Dont miss these other two standalone menage romances THE BILLIONAIRES and THE BILLIONAIRES: THE BOSSES.
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Sign in. Two aimless middle-aged losers still living at home are forced against their will to become roommates when their parents marry. The sons still live with the parents so they must now share a room. Initial antipathy threatens the household's peace and the parents' relationship. Dad lays down the law: both slackers have a week to find a job. Out of the job search and their love of music comes a pact that leads to friendship but more domestic disarray compounded by the boys' sleepwalking.

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Step Brothers Script

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Looking back on Step Brothers 10 years later, it's a film that very perfectly captures the time and place of the late s. Reilly had become the most powerful comedic duo in Hollywood. They could do anything—including build an entire movie around the idea that it would be funny to see a bunk bed collapse on two grown men. To celebrate the year anniversary, The Ringer put together a lengthy oral history detailing the euphoric making of Step Brothers. In the feature, director Adam Mckay explains that he, Ferrell, and Reilly wrote nearly pages of script that they had to cut down significantly.

Reilly, examines several genres, serves several purposes, and conveys certain meanings. There are several different genres the film uses, including comedy, family values, as well as the buddy film. There are also several purposes the film serves, mainly to be funny and make people laugh, but the film also tries to examine the struggles of growing up, as well as demonstrate the effects of a dysfunctional family on its members. There are also certain meanings that the film attempts to define, including how there is no longer a traditional family structure, the tendency of younger generations to not grow up, and the lengths people will go to hate and love each other. The film Step Brothers utilizes several genres, including comedy, family, and the buddy film.

In terms of showstopping musical interludes, that one turns out to be but a prelude to the scene in which Brennan and his year-old stepbrother, Dale Doback John C. In Step Brothers , this means not one but two scenes of violent physical confrontation between Brennan and Dale and a pack of preteen playground bullies. This is well-traveled terrain for Ferrell, who has been cast as varying degrees of man-child in the likes of Old School , Elf and Wedding Crashers. Does that make Step Brothers terminally juvenile or borderline profound? And just as we seem poised to figure it all out, we receive a cream pie to the face. Only the pie is loaded with avocado.

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  1. Making Step Brothers brought its cast and crew back to adolescence. We sat around for three or four days and just wrote scene ideas, images, Our friend Pat just threatened a grown-up and then the grown-up backed off!.

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