Author: Jenny Penn
Genre: Contemporary erotic romance/ménage
Since I gave a less than stellar review for the previous book by this author I decided to check out another book by Jenny Penn. I liked this one a whole lot better. The story was well crafted, fun and very, very sexy.
Tessa opens her door one day and mistakes two very sexy men for someone she hoped an agency had sent over to help with a friend's problem. She winds up spending a night of unbridled sex with the two men. One night turns into a week and quite by accident, Tessa learns the error of her ways.
Ty and Chase have a bone to pick with Tessa and instead of calling to make an appointment one day take to knocking at her door. Without correcting her they allow her to believe they are someone else. The next week they spend pleasuring the woman, but what will happen when she finds out who they really are?
Banning & Dunn's newest development has ground to a halt thanks to the determined opposition of one woman. In an attempt to save money and time, the developers decide to take matters into their own hands.
When Tessa opens the door to Ty and Chase, she is expecting to help her friend with her marital problems, not get swept off her feet by two of the sexiest men she ever met. One night of passion evolves into a sizzling week long affair.
When reality crushes Tessa's fantasies, will she be able to get over being deceived?
About the author from the back of her book:
I live near Charleston, SC with my two biggies, that's my dogs. I have had a slightly unconventional life. Moving almost every three years, I've had a range of day jobs that included everything from working for one of the worlds largest banks as an auditor, to turning wrenches as an outboard repair mechanic. I've always envied the fact that we only get one life and I have tried to cram as much as I can into this one.
Throughout it all, I've always read books, feeding my need to dream and fantasize about what could be. An avid reader since childhood as a latchkey kid, I'd spend hours at the library earning those shiny stars the librarian would paste up on the board after my name.
I credit my grandmother's yearly visits as the beginning of my obsession with romances. When she'd come, she'd bring stacks of love stories, the old fashion kind that didn't have sex in them. Imagine my shock when I went to the used bookstore and found out what really could be in a romance novel.
I've working on my own stories for years and have found a particular love of erotic romances. In this genre, women are no longer confined to a stereotype and plots are no longer constrained to the rational. I love the anything goes mentality and letting my imagination run wild. I hope you enjoyed running with me and will consider picking up another book and coming along for another adventure.