Passion's Four Towers

As Dee's first published novel this is a good start, and one which I genuinely enjoyed. A little lost in the beginning with three sisters, five men and various other characters involved in the same storyline; I was worried that I wouldn't be able to keep it all straight. However, Dee manages quite well to tell the stories of each individual sister, and weave in the relationships with each other and their prospective husbands. The amount of character development impressed me considering the number of players in this book. Several erotic scenes, one which as noted by the publisher includes a foursome, are well balanced and don't overwhelm the story. I look forward to more books.

Book Blurb for Passion's Four Towers

Five lusty men, three stubborn women and two determined guardians must comply with a dead queen's wishes — when her youngest daughter reaches maturity each of her daughters must marry. The wording of the will leads the guardians to believe the princesses must be seduced before they wed.

Since their mother married three times, none of the princesses wishes to wed at all, but they are compelled to obey.

Gareth, the man to whom Yvonne unknowingly has been betrothed since birth, brings his brothers to give her the illusion of choice. Will each princess get the man of her choice?

Reader Advisory: The book includes a ménage a quatre.

Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2007 3.75