|Narah Collin is an electrician and use to working with an all male crew. Along with Briant and Levi, she was remodeling a house in a remote site, accessible only by helicopter, when a strangely powerful storm comes in to cut them off. To the two men, Narah is just a coworker, her female status more or less ignored. The storm intensifies the feelings of isolation and triggers sexual aggression in all three.
Based along the same storm-heightened emotions as Harper's pervious book, "Stormlocked," "Stormbound" falls to the unfortunate legacy of many movie and literary sequels. Where the emotional upheaval caused by the electrical storm worked in the first book, it doesn't work here. The ménage scenes are confused, with the two men not having shared before and neither knowing what to do. First one is dominant, then the other. The uncomfortable BSDM scenes goes on and on. Neither man cares about the woman's feelings, only that she is a sexual object. She's isn't certain about what she wants either and the mutual confusion comes through as three people, all with their own agendas, fumbling around. I kept hoping it would end soon. This one is definitely a pass.
Reviewer: Kathy F.
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