Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Heat Rating: 4
An asthmatic unwilling to relax enough to enjoy life, two men hellbent on putting their stamp on her, an embezzler who wants to keep what he has stolen, and the ghost of a murdered girl. Will an endless night of passion with Finn and Simeon be pure pleasure, or only make Tia’s life more complex and messy than it already is?
Tia agrees to a night of unbelievably hot sex with Finn and Simeon and is beginning to think she may have a future with them. Especially when the ghost makes her realize that her asthma is not nearly as bad as it used to be.
But the two men are so protective they don’t want her to help the ghost. And Tia never breaks her promises. Will frequent acrobatic sex be a solution or just add to the complexity?
This was a silly book but I enjoyed it. Truth is, I’m not sure exactly what Ms. Brown was trying to accomplish because most of the love story takes place before the book ever begins—a pet peeve of mine, I will admit.
We are told, on page one, that the two heroes—Finn and Simeon—have already had sex with Tia—the heroine—twice. Their problem? They can’t get her to always agree to go out with them and they want her to move in with them so they can have the best sex of their lives all the time. Tia really likes these guys. Her problem? She’s asthmatic and that makes her nervous to commit because she never knows if someone else’s apartment is going to be adequately set up for her needs.
Enter a few other elements, a ghost and an embezzler, and you have the set up for this book. The sex scenes were hot, as you would expect from Siren Publishing, and the heroes seemed like nice men who really wanted to take care of Tia.
It’s an enjoyable quick read without much going on. A little bit like candy for the brain. Give it a try for a fast experience.
2 ½ Tea Cups!