Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Book Review: Faking it by Pam McKenna

  • Publisher: Entice Imprint (June 30 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • ASIN: B00LF14TS2

Britt Munro faces seven days of sexual servitude at a swanky Hamptons beach house, being shared by the hottest two men she's ever met. It's either that or prison after she tries to sell millionaire art collector Garrett Harvey a fake nineteenth-century masterpiece she painted herself. Garrett's art-expert buddy Jack turns her punishment into a ménage à trois--his reward for spotting the forgery. Garrett and Jack are both inventive, energetic lovers, but only one touches her heart. Only one makes her yearn for something real, even after she discovers she's not the only one keeping secrets. Once the week is up, she'll never see him again. Months later, her past returns with a vengeance, testing both her courage and the depth of her ex-lover's feelings.

McKenna has been an avid storyteller since she was old enough to put pencil to paper. Her number-one passion is the written word, though if you read her novellas, you might conclude that her true passions lie elsewhere. And you'd be right. Pam loves erotic romance and has never been shy about pulling out the stops and treating her readers to five-alarm fantasies centered around BDSM and ménage a trois. Pam McKenna is the pen name of a best-selling romance author.


My Review: 

I have now read two other erotic novellas by Pam McKenna and had mixed feelings between the two.  This book BLEW MY MIND.  While all the sex scenes were risqué, but nothing I haven't read before in a book.  In the six chapters she enraptures the audience with the enigmatic Garrett and the always flirtatious and horny younger Jack.  I loved the point where Britt stands up to Jack and the ending was also a true delight.  It felt like a television series where every aspect was neatly wrapped up when the show ends.  

I would give this novella a 5 out of 5 as I enjoyed all aspects of it and left her story world with a smile.

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