Book Review ~ Faking It by Pam McKenna

Faking It - Pam McKenna


An erotic romance novella!

Britt Munro faces seven days of sexual servitude at a swanky Hamptons beach house, being shared by the hottest two men she's ever met. It's either that or prison after she tries to sell millionaire art collector Garrett Harvey a fake nineteenth-century masterpiece she painted herself. Garrett's art-expert buddy Jack turns her punishment into a ménage à trois--his reward for spotting the forgery. Garrett and Jack are both inventive, energetic lovers, but only one touches her heart. Only one makes her yearn for something real, even after she discovers she's not the only one keeping secrets. Once the week is up, she'll never see him again. Months later, her past returns with a vengeance, testing both her courage and the depth of her ex-lover's feelings.



My Thoughts:


When Britt tries to sell one of her paintings, a forged nineteenth-century masterpiece, to sexy millionaire  Garrett, she gets more than she bargained for when she gets caught.  Her punishment is seven days of sexual fun with Garrett and his friend Jack- or go to jail. Ummm, tough choice......or not!


In Faking It, Pam McKenna proves once again that she can write not only a solid erotic romance, but also incorporate some fun, witty dialogue as well that really engages the reader throughout.  There was so much to like in this book.  The dialogue between the three characters was so hilarious, I found myself laughing out loud several times.  When I wasn't laughing, I was wondering who turned off the A/C in the room because the sex scenes were HOT!  Who knew one could have so much fun with a chin-up bar?  (Note to self:  Add chin-up bar to Amazon wish list!)


This well written, provocative story is hot, steamy and is the perfect read for a lazy afternoon.  Faking It has it all - great sex, awesome story line and hot male characters!  Fans of erotic romance will not want to miss out reading this short but satisfying novella.


*I received a copy of this book from the author via Booktrope Publishing in exchange for an honest review.