Image of Four Play


Image of Four Play

These two novellas explore ménage à quatre with thorough abandon. Banks’ story hits the mark on a number of fantasies, and Black’s is enjoyable but less believable. Together the two pieces have enough well-toned bodies and sizzling encounters to keep readers glued to every page. There is some BDSM.

Zoe and firefighter Chase have an active sex life and share their most private fantasies. To fulfill these needs, they enlist their firefighting roommates Brody and Tate. To their surprise, the foursome finds that they don’t want the fantasies to end in Banks’ “Pillow Talk.” The three men in Kelsey’s life — her attorney boss, longtime pal and fireman neighbor — fuel her fantasies, but she’s reluctant to act on them. When she finally does, the sex is phenomenal and unique to each man she loves. Now she can’t choose just one, and they must come up with a plan so they can all be together in “Her Fantasy Men” by Black. (HEAT, Oct., 352 pp., $15.00)
Reviewed by: 
M.H. Morrison