Review: Fahrenheit by Leigh Lennon

fahrenheitTitle: Fahrenheit

Author: Leigh Lennon

Year of publication: Out today! I was kindly given a copy to read and review

The heroine: Scarlet Reeves

The heroes: Firefighter Levi Arnold and Dr Jordan Peters

The blurb: The Red Head
I never had a home until I was an adult, living in foster care as a kid. Now, I have a family, one I chose for me. But I’d always longed for a man I could call my forever. Instead, I found two, and they both want me. So how do I choose between them?

The Doctor
I found the woman I want for life and she’s in love with me. But she also loves another man. When he comes to me and proposes sharing her, I am shocked. I don’t share. But what if she doesn’t choose me over him? And why is it every time he looks at me, I long for him almost as much as I do her?

The Fireman
I can’t choose between him and her so why not have them both? He’s not interested in me, but I’d rather have them together than not have them at all. They are both mine, he just doesn’t know it yet.

Standalone or series: This is book two in The Power of Three Love series, but can be read as a standalone.

The review: I read a lot of menage books, and this one differed in a few ways, which was refreshing. Most menage is all about the female with no sexual relationship between the males, but in Fahrenheit all three were equal partners in every way.

Scarlet Reeves lost her parents as a child and was shipped from one foster home to another. So all she craves in life is to belong to a man… or two. She’s been dating both dashing fireman Levi Arnold and straitlaced doctor Jordan Peters, and finds herself falling in love with both of them. She doesn’t want to have to choose between them, and since they both love her they decide she doesn’t have to.

Levi Arnold is a charming man, comfortable with his sexuality and not afraid to let Jordan know he’s interested in him, too. But Jordan has preconceived notions about a lot of things and he only sees life in black and white, so he refuses to admit he feels anything for Levi. The other man pushes, though, and with Scarlet caught in the middle, will this combination spark for good or go up in flames?

Add in a mysterious arsonist who is targeting not only Levi and his men, but the ones Levi loves, and you’ll have to read to the end to see if the trio get through it all alive – and stay together.

Of the three leads, I enjoyed Levi the most. His natural charm and good nature shone throughout the book, and it was nice to see the three leads with such differing personalities trying to put aside prejudices to form an unbreakable bond.