Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Review: Brotherhood of Fire by Elizabeth Moore

Brotherhood of Fire by Elizabeth Moore

Publisher: Noble Romance
Genre: Menage Romance

Heat Rating: 3



At the Grand Falls Fire Department, brotherhood is the key to everything. It's the glue that holds firefighters together through thick and thin. When Garrett O'Neal realizes the brotherhood he shares with his mentor and best friend could be something that fulfills the erotic fantasy he has of sharing his wife, Carrie, it begins a journey that none of them will escape without being plunged into the depths of flaming passion. A hot and intense tryst becomes so much more than just a bedtime fantasy. As the three begin to navigate the boundaries of love and desire, the fires of passion and their passion to fight fire threatens to tear the three of them apart forever.

Wendy's Review

What is there to say but wow! This book gives you a real insight to a menage relationship after a marriage begins and the love and the turmoil that go with it. Firemen Garrett and John have brotherly love and where can John fit into a relationship with Garrett's marriage to Carrie?

Garrett loved his wife very much and Carrie loved Garrett; but the more Garrett weaved a fantasy of another man in their relationship the more hotter she got. She didn't realize that Garrett had his fire brother John but he watched how John watched his wife and he knew that John would only enhance their relationship.

John and Carrie had doubts about this working but with Garrett telling them not to worry, everything works out for their threesome relationship. The beginning of their sex life together gets you so warmed up that you start breathing heavy just reading the words.

Elizabeth writes the story with a reality check of how it can affect your life and how to deal with it. Honesty is the best policy but is harder to do than say. Garrett had to come to reality that John and Carrie started caring for each other more than he thought he could deal with.

This story is wonderful and has every emotion that couples face when they bring in a third. The pages burn out of control as the fire smolders within their relationship.

5 Tea Cups!

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