Burning Kisses

Keily Kisses 2

Keily, Oregon is an unusual place. Aside from having your usual suspects of small town characters, it also has a fire elemental, a chaos demon, one or two people in the witness protection program and a psychic deputy sheriff. It also happens to have a recently found archeological site that could shed new light on life before history books started being written. On top of all that there’s an arsonist in town.

Valentine “Val” Adams is a former arson investigator now working for the forest service and is in the witness protection program. When he agrees to stand watch over the new discovery, his life begins to change. He’s thus far kept to himself because of the situation he’s in, never knowing when the biker gang he’s hiding from might track him down and he’ll have to pack up and move on... quckly. So personal relationships have been non-existent, until now.
Jethro “Jet” Lake is a fire elemental. The core of his being is fire and he can stifle it and direct is and inhale it. He can control it in all its many forms. He’s also an extremely handsome man and very talented nature photographer. He’s been called in to take pictures of the newest archeological discovery in North America.
Suzie Quinn is a deputy sheriff for Keily, Oregon and has a small ability called precognition. She has a voice in her head, which she calls the reporter, which gives her information or scenes of what’s going to happen in the future. Not only does she see visions of what’s going to happen with a family member who is a trouble maker, she’s also seeing visions of Val and Jet. The visions of Val and Jet have a completely different tone than the ones of her troublesome cousin.
Sparks begin to fly, literally, when the fire elemental, the deputy and the protected witness all hook-up and begin an affair. Both men however are all about protecting Suzie and assuring her happiness, with the other man. What Suzie has planned however is completely different. She has no intention of giving either up. EVER.
Will these three work out their relationship so that they can all live happily ever after? What will they do about the biker gang after Val? What about that nasty little arsonist running around town? You’ll have to pick up this delightful little novella to find out for yourself. What? Did you think I was going to tell you the WHOLE story?
Ms. Knowles has crafted an endearing work with characters that are believable, loveable and whom you’ll be rooting for the whole time. The plot flows along really well and has some delightful twists and turns to keep you guessing who done it all the way till the end. Oh and there’s plenty of smoking hot sex too. I enjoyed the plot twists and the well developed characters very much and think you will too. I would suggest having a really good air conditioner to stand in front of though.
Special Notes:  This is an erotic work that involves ménage et trios that includes male/male sexual acts. I recommend that anyone who doesn’t enjoy or has issues with those kinds of relationships avoid this work. I also recommend that it be kept out of the reach of minors.

Book Blurb for Burning Kisses

Genre: Paranormal Ménage
Length: Novel
Val was an arson investigator before he got put in witness protection. Now he works for the Forest Service as the Head of Recreation in the Keily Ranger District. He can't afford to fall in love, but he wants love for Suzie.
Jet's a fire elemental and a professional photographer working to document an archaeological site. He doesn't believe anyone can love him, but he thinks Val and Suzie are perfect for each other.
Deputy Sheriff Suzie Quinn is the woman who loves them both, and whose premonitions show them building a life together. But she has to catch an arsonist who threatens everything before it starts, and convince Val and Jet they're worthy of love—hers and each others.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual interaction, ménage (m/f/m, m/m/f), voyeurism.

Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2010 3.75