March 3, 2010
Aurora Heat from Bonaparte Press
Erotic Romance / Romantic Suspense / MFM
Rating: 3 Cups
Moving her family from war-torn Sarajevo to the U.S. gave Kaida Petrovic a clear understanding of how important it is to stand on your own two feet, and not rely on others to take care of you. But there are times when she would love to feel safe, sheltered, and secure without having to do it all herself.
The NFL is the perfect outlet for men like Jett Tupuo and Leo Sullivan, big men with even bigger egos who are about to be blindsided by one amazing dark haired woman.
Kaida keeps her head down and does her job, trying not to stand out or be noticed, but getting involved with a guest of the hotel is out of the question. However, walking in on a threesome in one of the rooms changes her life in every way possible. Jett and Leo are entranced with Kaida from the moment they see her, but there are forces at work that could not only jeopardize their relationship, but her very life. Playing hard and getting to the Super Bowl mean nothing when these two men are faced with the real possibility that Kaida could walk away, or something much worse.
The suspense aspect of this story is unquestionably exciting, and worthy of a true crime novel if it were to be expounded upon, giving this plotline something rarely seen in erotic romances. As far as erotic goes, the M/F/M portion is very tame, and leaves much to the imagination. I would really like to see more of the inner workings of their relationship in and out of the bedroom, and how they feel about each other, including the feelings between the men. I cannot wait to see the next installment featuring Raj, as well as bringing back Jett, Leo, and Kaida; it will be interesting to see how they have grown.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More