- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- February 2011
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more
Continuously overwhelmed by an unending inundation of visiting cousins, Tenealle decides the only solution is to buy a bigger apartment. Evan's selling an apartment that is perfect for her. In fact, Evan and his partner, Faris, are perfect for her. How can she concentrate on renovating an apartment when she'd much rather be in their bedroom?
Evan has inherited his Great Aunt Enid's apartment and doesn't want to refurbish it, so he is looking for a quick sale, even though his partner, Faris, can see its potential. They both see enormous potential in a relationship with the totally delicious Tenealle, their every wet dream come true, despite her myriad of cousins. But which cousin tried to harm her? And why? And what is the story about the fountain?
Book Review by Rho (reviewer)
Mar 28, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
140 people found the following review helpful
TEMPTING TENEALLE is a delicious blend of romance, eroticism, and humor with a dash of mystery. It all came together to make a fantastic menage read.
Tenealle has to find a bigger place. Her "bazillion" cousins are always at her small apartment now, eating all of her food, using all of her hot water, and camping out in every available space possible. So when she finds a fixer upper in her price range, she jumps at the chance, not knowing it will change her life forever.
Evan inherited an apartment from his aunt, but he can't stand to look at the place that's just a shell of the apartment he remembers when she was alive, so he wants to sell it. Besides, he and his partner Faris have a great place, and they are happy there. In comes Tenealle looking to buy the apartment. She also happens to be the woman of their dreams. So after settling the sale, they are going to sell her on a relationship with the two of them.
This erotic novella was terrific. Although it was short, it had quite a bit of plot. The relationship moved along quickly but the trio spent a lot of time together, so it didn't seem too rushed. There was also a bit of mystery as someone tried to hurt Tenealle, and the guys made it their mission to find out who. I also loved that Faris and Evan romanced Tenealle. They didn't just try to get her into bed right away. They wined and dined her to show her that they both wanted her in their lives.
The sex was sensual and loving. It was, in my opinion, perfect for bisexual menages. Everyone was taken care of equally. And it was obvious that they all cared about each other feeling as good as they felt. There was one particular encounter on a fountain that was very interesting even if I couldn't exactly wrap my head around the configuration!
The characters were the best part of this story. The "bazillion" cousins were hilarious. Although Tenealle got annoyed, you could tell that she loved all of them. It didn't matter that Tim used all of her hot water all the time or Mark ate all of her food. They definitely gave some comic relief to the story.
To sum up, TEMPTING TENEALLE pretty much had it all: great characters, titillating sensuality and sexuality, and an interesting plot. I loved they way the author wrote her menage, and I'm now going to search for more stories by Berengaria Brown!
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