"Devoted lovers Snyder and Tripp don't just share a passion for nature's fury; they long to have the fearless woman between them. Though reluctant, Kate finds the proposition is too irresistible to refuse. Her acceptance leads to an explosive night of no-holds-barred sex for the threesome."
Pages: 110 pages
Publisher: Ellora's Cave on April 2012
Form: E-book (from tour for an honest review)
Genre: Contemporary Erotic Romance (+18 Only)
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Excerpt: Chapter 1
"Every spring, Kate risks her life chasing violent storms. Tired of watching her take unnecessary chances, two of her closest friends offer a different thrill.
Devoted lovers Snyder and Tripp don't just share a passion for nature's fury; they long to have the fearless woman between them. Though reluctant, Kate finds the proposition is too irresistible to refuse. Her acceptance leads to an explosive night of no-holds-barred sex for the threesome. However, when morning dawns, she realizes this type of unusual relationship isn't one she belongs in.
Despite her best efforts to keep the men at arm's length, Kate is soon facing down the storm of the century with Snyder and Tripp by her side. When Mother Nature intrudes, the trio discovers shelter in each other's arms. With the hurricane raging outside and passion raging inside, everything is at stake." ~From Goodreads
I usually don't go for the M/M ( that's male on male for those who are new to the term ) stories, basically because those don't really do anything for me - but I do make exception for M/M/F stories especially when they really are love stories - I can't seem to find anything hotter on contemporary genre than two men chasing one girl!
Now there is one thing that almost put me off the novel in the beginning - Kate was bit too stubborn and volatile for my liking, she was behaving like a brat, even trying to hit one of the guys after they saved her life, if at that moment the story hadn't taken a romantic turn I think I might have stopped reading. Of course as the story continued you got to know Kate and realize she had the temper of the tornadoes she hunted it made perfect sense, but at the beginning it wasn't appealing.
That said, there was so much I loved about this novel, the storm chasing, Snyder and Tripp going after Kate, the blossoming love, no love triangle worries and the fact that Brookes writers great characters and a good plot! Chasing Sin is contemporary erotic romance ménage at it's finest!
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The typical response I get when I tell people I wrote an erotic romance involving storm chasing is: "You did what?" Then, after the initial burst of astonishment, comes the fascination as they begin to realize the same thing I did: sex and storm chasing aren’t all that different. At least when it comes to the emotions one gets to experience on a chase.
Ever watched the movie Twister or seen one of the many storm chasing shows on television? Then you know that it can be incredibly exciting. The thrill of the chase. The danger. The adventure. The excitement.
Not all that different from sex, right? Combining these two things came across as something I simply had to do. And when storylines and character start squawking to me about telling their story, I listen with keen interest. I learned a long time ago to simply shut up and listen to what those voices in my head are trying to tell me.
So I did - yet again - and my latest book was born.
Chasing Sin begins with a tornado chase right out of the gate. The chase isn’t without its hazards ( both from the dangerous vortex spinning around and from the chasers themselves ) and quickly becomes a life-threatening situation. ( There’s "the danger" )
Once the storm has passed, it was easy to take the emotions running through these characters and turn the tables on them a bit. That energy and intensity they experience out in the field was pent up and needed to be released. ( There’s "the adventure" ) Yelling at each other certainly didn’t work. *g* And that’s where “the excitement” enters.
So while everyone wants to know why I combined sex and storm chasing I ask myself: "Why didn’t I think of this sooner?"