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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Intensity by Berengaria Brown

Intensity by Berengaria Brown
Publisher: Siren Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (76 pgs)
Other: M/F/M, M/M, F/M/M, Ménage, Anal Play
Rating: 4 Cherries
Reviewed by Xeranthemum

Amos, Wesley and Keziah have been bed partners for a while. Amos and Wesley want Keziah to move in with them and become a permanent partner but she has refused, wanting to be independent. Then she stands up for her friend and loses her job.

Amos and Wesley convince her to move in with them and plan to screw her insensible to make her want to stay. But chaos erupts at the company board meeting as Amos’s incompetent father tries to use the ménage as a weapon to take control of the company from Amos, so Keziah decides the only solution is for her to leave. And the ghost has his own agenda…

What is it going to take to make a woman believe that the love of her two men is real and the future is hers if she’s willing to take the chance? What does it take to convince her?

Keziah is a lucky woman, she has two wonderful and well off men willing to satisfy her every wish. The dilemma for her is that she is a woman with pride. She does not want to be a kept woman nor to be considered eye candy. She wants to work, is willing to do so and wracks her brain trying to figure out how she can finagle it. She also discovers a mystery and sets out to solve it. She is not a shrinking violet and I thought that was pretty cool.

Amos and Wesley are two business partners who are partners in every sense of the word and beyond. They love Keziah and hope to convince her of that but there are a few glitches in the way. Amos is a smart and savvy man. He has a family secret that he is bound to protect from Keziah for the time being. Wesley and Amos are two successful and clever men but they still can’t figure out what to do or say to get their woman to realize they are serious.

The external conflict is sort of small, kind of like adding just enough spice to a dish to make it interesting. It gets resolved by an external influence so I wasn’t able to get a good view of Amos’ supposed clever ways in the boardroom. However, in the bedroom it is a totally different matter. Amos and Wesley sure know how to take charge when it comes to showing Keziah they love her and each other. The author put in a lot of great scenes of hot and steamy loving to satisfy a reader looking for erotic romance. A reader looking for that element will be as satisfied as the lovers.

Intensity is a quick erotic romance that was easy to read and kept my interest. The dynamics between Keziah, Amos and Wesley were well choreographed with dialogue and descriptions that complimented the story. I enjoyed the tidy and sweet happily ever after and I’m glad I read this book.

1 comment:

Berengaria Brown said...

Thank you, Xeranthemum, for the lovely review. I'm so glad you enjoyed "Intensity". Another book in this world, "Complexity", Tia's story, is coming out in September.
Berengaria Brown