Smoldering Hearts by Em Petrova

Smoldering Hearts by Em Petrova
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (158 pages)
Other: M/F, M/M, F/M/M, Ménage, Anal Play, Toys, Voyeurism
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Lisianthus

When Claudia receives a phone call in the dead of night informing her that her pub has burned to the ground, shock steals her senses. But when the hunky arson investigator and his sidekick show up to question her, her body awakens in brand-new ways. She can’t stop picturing herself crushed between the beefy Swede and the tattooed god.

Jonatan and Mac suspect a common case of insurance fraud—until they meet the beautiful and innocent-eyed pub owner. After one meeting, Jonatan can’t keep his hands off her, but neither can Mac. Trouble is, they need all their wits for the investigation.
Two alpha males thumping their chests and declaring Claudia belongs to each of them individually will get them nowhere, but Claudia may have a solution that makes all of them happy.

Claudia has just lost her whole world when her bar burns down, but enter two very hot arson investigators, Mac and Jonatan. She wants them both, and they both want her, enough that they’re willing to share.  I’ll admit that I struggled with this story at the beginning because I had trouble keeping track of whose head I was in, but I stuck with it, and I was rewarded with a great story.

I enjoyed this book because Mac and Jonatan start off not wanting to share, and so the first few times they do, it’s full of a lot of jealousy and anger but once they’re together it’s obvious they are all meant to be together.

The suspense of who really burned down the bar, and whether or not the men believe her innocence is well done. I had an inkling of the real culprit and I was glad to be proven correct and that the conflict added enough tension to help the three of them realize that they need each other and can’t live in a bubble and have to face life head on.

I definitely recommend this story, I want to read other stories by this author because, despite my early head hopping complaint, that calmed down and I really enjoyed her style so much so I will seek her out in the future.

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