Review: Chasing Sin


Chasing Sin
Chasing Sin by Sara Brookes

My rating: 3 of 5 stars



Kate’s suicidal chasing of storms is brought to heel for a night when the duo storm chasers, Snyder and Tripp, pull her into the calming eye of their sex storm. The ménage between the three is smoking hot. The various sexy positions are finger licking good. Ms. Brookes writes some of the smexiest m/m/f ménage. The fact that her ménages require a relationship between all three of the lovers is what makes it so hot.

In Chasing Sin, Kate is one of the premier storm chasers with dead on instinct. Her uncanny ability to predict where a storm cell will form as well as the path travelled is unparalleled. Apparently this instinct is counterbalanced by her complete inability for a healthy relationship. It is never fully revealed why Kate strongly objects to a stable relationship. Veiled hints of a troubled family dynamic do not cut it. It is a loose annoying thread in the story.

Snyder and Tripp are established lovers who admire and desire Kate. Their pursuit is sweet in the face of her inexplicable rebuffs. Why Snyder and Tripp want Kate is puzzling. Kate is damaged goods with commitment phobias and unresolved childhood abandonment issues. It’s never quite clear how she was exactly abandoned. She comes across as a poor little rich girl which does not endear her to this reader. Despite her flaws, she is a giving lover and when she hits the sheets, wall or shower stall with the lovely men, sparks fly. It’s a whirlwind of hot sweaty sex. It’s really the sex which carries this story through. It’s delicious and just the right amount. This book is recommended to ménage lovers who enjoy some sheeting burning sex.




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