It takes a long time -- far too much time -- to warm up to the rich bad-girl heroine of the story, and by then readers are hooked into the part of the story that takes place at the end of the 18th century. Tempting as it is to skip over the contemporary bits, all of WhiteFeather's sex scenes are definitely worth the read.
Fashion heiress Amber is very happy with her menage à trois with Luke and Jay. Threesomes keep her from becoming emotionally attached to her partners, and besides, they're fun! But much as she resists falling in love with one of her men, she just can't help herself. The man in question is researching Amber's famous gunsmith ancestor, who just happened to fall in love with an earl's fiancee. Both tales are resolved in their own unique, memorable and utterly romantic way. (HEAT, Apr., 304 pp., $15.00)