Heat, Apr 2010, $15.00
Amber Pontiero rejects a one on one relationship because she prefers to remain emotionally detached. Thus she is euphoric with her ménage a trois with Luke and Jay whom she met at a party her mom hosted in New Mexico. However, to her chagrin, the worst that could happen is occurring as she begins to fall in love with one of her bed partners.
One of her mates is looking into Amber's ancestry especially a renowned early twentieth century American gunsmith Curtis Wells visiting England. As he writes a screenplay, he knows how Curtis feels falling in love with Lady Ellen, fiancée of a powerful earl.
Intermingled throughout the erotic contemporary romance is the equally heated historical. Both tales are fun to follow with some fascinating parallels in the plots and with the characterizations. Although Amber is the weakest link as a stereotype rich girl who loves to be naughty, readers will appreciate Sheri WhiteFeather's ultra hot tale of love in two different centuries.