Review: Turning Up the Heat-Berengaria Brown

Title: Turning Up the Heat
Author: Berengaria Brown
Release Date: August, 2011
Publisher: Evernight
Genre: Erotica
Rating: 3 Hoots
Reviewer: Charity

Tilly lost her job thanks to the Global Financial Crisis. Running out of money, she agrees to move in with Noah and Sylvester as a kind of housekeeper, for free board and lodging. Also free sex. It’s a mighty hot summer, but what happens in their air-conditioned bedroom is way hotter than the temperatures outside.

Together the three explore the boundaries of ménage sex.

But Tilly still has no job, no money, and worries what will happen to her once the men get tired of playing house.  (Goodreads)
An emotionally secure M/M couple brings in a woman to satisfy one of the partners bi-sexual needs. They decide to keep her, and have great sex ménage style but Noah never touches Tilly, so Sylvester is getting double the pleasure. This is a hot little read. I like Tilly because she is struggling financially but has a great attitude. The story could have been taken a little further with the possibility of kinky leather shop accessories. Overall, this is a good quick read at only 51 pages, but it is one of many. There is no big climax that will make me remember this story over any other. Definitely worth a read though.

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