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Two men are better than one…How can a virgin seeking happily-ever-after with a hot pop star who has a penchant for threesomes win her fantasy man? Kimber Edgington desperately needs a plan to convince Jesse McCall, who’s been her friend and secret crush since they spent a summer together as teenagers, that they are meant for each other. But all the tabloid stories about hiTwo men are better than one…How can a virgin seeking happily-ever-after with a hot pop star who has a penchant for threesomes win her fantasy man? Kimber Edgington desperately needs a plan to convince Jesse McCall, who’s been her friend and secret crush since they spent a summer together as teenagers, that they are meant for each other. But all the tabloid stories about his sexual escapades make her feel oh-so inadequate.Determined to prove she’s woman enough for Jesse, Kimber turns to bodyguard Deke Trenton for sexual education. Bold and brash, Deke warns Kimber that playing with him is playing with fire. But he can’t bear to imagine the innocent beauty in someone else’s arms. So Deke and his super-sexy friend, Luc, take Kimber under their wings and dangerously close to the edge of ecstasy. Though she’s saved herself for Jesse, Kimber soon learns, he’s not the man adept at stoking her aching, endless need. That’s Deke, and he can’t resist when Kimber begs for more–and more…...

Title : Decadent
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ISBN : 9780425217214
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Number of Pages : 352 Pages
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Decadent Reviews

  • Heather
    2019-04-26 22:28

    I read both Decadent and Wicked Ties IN ONE NIGHT! I loved them both. I liked this book just as much as the first. I know not everyone feels that way, but I do. I loved Deke. I have heard that his brooding behavior drove people nuts... but not me ;) This book has so much angst and drama that it sucked me in right from the start and didnt let go. I liked Luc, and I know that most of the people that have read this book preferred him to Deke, however knowing that he gets his own book before I started reading this one, kept me from liking him too much. Kimber and Deke are perfect for each other so how could I not ache for them? Loved it!

  • Cordelia
    2019-04-26 00:47

    "What are you doing?""Fucking her ass. Saving her life."Do I really need to say anything more about this book? It's like the worst porn you've ever seen, but with even less plot. And more buttsex.

  • Stephanie
    2019-05-21 00:43

    I am so glad to finally be done with this book. There was nothing likable about Kimber or Deke throughout most of the book. The only person in the story that was half was decent was Luc. What a sweetie! I realize that you have to suspend a certain amount of reality when you read romance/erotica, but this was insane. Are we really supposed to believe that Kimber would go to a man that she was convinced didn’t like her, so that he could teach her all about ménage, so that she can live happily ever after with a pop star that she has not laid eyes on in FIVE years? Whateva!!!!! Deke is one of the biggest D-heads that I have ever had the displeasure to read about. He has this deep dark secret that keeps him from being in a relationship one-on-one with a woman. He keeps mentioning a girl named Heather and what he did to her that was so bad, he can only participate in threesomes. So I keep thinking to myself this little tidbit must be really bad. When I finally get to the part, OMG what a let down. It's not terrible and doesn’t justify why he has treated Kimber like crap for most of the story. So he spends 12 years fretting over this terrible thing that has made him so miserable, only to get over it in 1 page! COME ON!!! Luc was the shining light throughout the whole book. His book is next in this series, and yes I am going to read it. But he turns into an a-hole too, I wont be reading anymore of her books. To be fair, the sex in the book is hot and worth a 4.5 star rating, as far as the ménage goes. I've read much better.

  • Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
    2019-05-16 00:27

    4.5 STARS!What the hell happened? Deke was such a sweetheart in Wicked Ties! But I get why he keeps pushing Kimber away.Deke Trenton has a serious case of blueballs. The poor guy desperately wants Kimber, but he’s just too closed up for the kind of relationship that Kimber is looking for.Now although I was a little sad to see Deke act like such an asshole, there was another jack off I hated even more than him and that was Jesse, the pansy-ass rockstar who assumes that all women love him. The asshole could not have been more wrong! Kimber was stupid enough to fall for a loser like him and decided that she needed to brush up on her skills to live on the wild side with Jesse. What a stupid, stupid girl! But I came to like Kimber in the end, even if she was foolish enough to fall for someone like Jesse.My favourite parts of the book is even Deke goes off and calls Jesse a bunch of hilarious names! Mr. MMM-bop and Lance Bass, LOL! God, I love Deke!But nevertheless, that decision brought her to Deke and Luc. Now I didn’t think Decadent was as good asWicked Ties, but it was still one of the better ménage books I’ve read. I actually felt something for the character regardless if it was love or hate. I really liked Luc. I thought he was such a sweetheart and it was a great contrast to Deke’s weird hot-one-second-and-cold-the-other attitude. The three of them together was HAWT! Black knows what she’s doing, that’s for sure!I can’t wait to read about Luc and Alyssa next inDelicious!Favourite Quote:"You keep calling and upsetting my woman, and I'm going to break every fucking bone in your body, you pansy-ass falsetto son of a bitch."

  • Paganalexandria
    2019-04-27 22:54

    I feel like Simon Cowell for writing this but this might be the worst book ever. Why doesn't GR allow 0 stars? This story is erotica so some of the priceless dialogue can't be quoted. Please visit the Smart Bitches website for a more NSFW (and hilarious) review

  • Anita
    2019-05-18 23:30

    This book is erotica, so stop reading if that's not your thing.This is a m-f-m menage book, and it's very hot. I have no complaints about the sex scenes - some very wow impressive. The book is well written, and I couldn't put it down. Certain aspects did get on my nerves, however. For example, why are the men in menage books so often related to one another (brothers or cousins)? Is it to avoid any hint of homoeroticism? And why is the lead hero so often an emotional baby - whining about his tortured past that usually isn't all that bad? Basic story: military brat 23 year old virgin woman Kimber goes to 29 year old ex-military friend Deke and his 35 year old chef cousin Luc to learn about menage, intending to impress her old flame, who happens to be a rock star now. She falls for Deke instead, and there's also a psycho out to kill her family.This little bit might be a spoiler, so be forewarned:I was also peaved that the author never tied up the bombing thread of the story and that the heroine had a false positive pregnancy test. (It's almost impossible to have a false positive - false negatives are the common problem. A false positive means an early miscarriage 99% of the time.)I know the point of erotica is the sex, but why can't the author put a tiny bit more effort into it and make the story work too? I ask for too much...

  • Kellea
    2019-05-06 23:41

    I liked Wicked Ties. I thought the characters were interesting, the plot was interesting, and I could make myself go along with how the story unfolded. I even thought Deke was a good character in that book. Decadent, on the other hand, has horrible writing, the plot is ridiculous, and the entire book is borderline comical. Deke is getting on my last freggin nerve, and his "deep dark secret" is just plain asinine. On top of the stupid secret that has tormented his life, his reaction and thinking-process about it are... I can't even come up with a better word than "stupid." It makes you want to just say,"Really, dude? You have to be one of the dumbest people to ever live, if the reason you do the menage thing with your cousin is to prevent what occurred in your past." I can't write much more or it'll give away "the big secret" but... It's just stupid. There are simple ways to avoid what happened to him when he was young. I simply can't finish this book...

  • ~IreneOust~
    2019-05-15 18:27

    Shayla Black, you write good sex!If you are looking for a great storyline, step away from this book. If you are looking for a nice, steamy read, this book should do the trick.Very few authors can get away with 90/10 sex to story ratio and still have me finish the book. Shayla Black is one of those authors.3.25 stars Cheers!

  • I ♥ Bookie Nookie (
    2019-05-08 18:27

    Although I liked the first book in the WICKED LOVERS series, WICKED TIES, this second book in the series, DECADENT really kicked my lust and desire for more into overdrive!Two cousins, Deke and Luc share everything from their home to their women and are hoping to find a woman who will want to settle down, have a family and live as their wife. The two big questions are: How are they going to find a woman who would be open to this far from traditional type of relationship? And once they find her, how to broach the topic without having her run away from the perceived depravity of idea?It's almost like fate intervened when the virginal, pale skinned, red head, Kimber shows up on their doorstep asking for them to teach her "how to have sex like they do". Errr... it's not every day that something that fantastic quite literally lands on your doorstep. So, what's she mean, "to have sex like they do?" Well, she pretty much wants to submit to their will and be the meat in their hot and sexy, beautiful man sandwich. From that point on, their lives as they once knew it was forever changed. And what a GLORIOUS change it was! I fell in love with Deke in book one. Deke brought the tenderness I was longing to see Jack show Morgan, so, what happened to my deliciously doting Deke? He turned into a scowling devil--just like Jack was in "Wicked Ties"! I suppose that is what happens when "kittens" start to tame the beast. Although the ultimate HEA is somewhat predictable, the plot as a whole in this book had a lot more depth and took several interesting turns that kept me wondering what might be lurking around the corner until the very end. I love this book and if you like ménage reads, then you are guaranteed to love it too! ✳✳ Reviewed on I ♥ Bookie Nookie Reviews___________________________________________________If you like this type of book, you might enjoy one of these groups. Check us out!Menage ReadersErotic EnchantsBookie Nookie's Erotic Lending Group

  • Mysticnox
    2019-05-09 01:28

    Le doy las 4 estrellas por la maravillosa erótica de Shayla Black. A parte de eso, la trama sinceramente no se sostiene. La forma en la que la protagonista se inicia en la sexualidad ya me deja de piedra por incomprensible a todas luces. Si evitais darle vueltas a la trama, os encantará. La quimica entre los personajes está muy bien conseguida y te atrapa a sus páginas, ese es el punto fuerte de Shayla Black, y por eso es de las mejores.

  • Shannon (Giraffe Days)
    2019-04-26 23:40

    Kimber, daughter of a Colonel, looks up a man, Deke, who used to work for her father, whom she hasn't seen since she was 17, and asks him to teach her about "sex his way": menage. He shares women with his second cousin, the sexy chef Luc, and is hung up over the fate of the last woman he had sex with alone, Heather, back when he was a teenager. Kimber wants to learn about menage because of Jesse McCall, a sexy pin-up boy and pop star who she's known for five years, who she's been saving her virginity for, and who all the tabloids say leads a very wild life.This book is set at least three months after Wicked Ties, because Jack and Morgan have been married three months in this book. Deke, you will remember, is Jack's business partner in the bodyguard business. My one issue with this book is that the Deke we met in the first book is not the same Deke we get here. In Wicked Ties he was charming, teasing, flirtatious - strong and sexy, definitely, but also nice, a good counter to Jack. In Decadent, he's moody, mean, aggressive, harsh and seems depressed. I missed the Deke we met in the first book. If you forget all about him, than this brooding Deke is plenty fine: I just can't reconcile the two, and it bothers me.The premise was also a bit sketchy, not as solid as the first book: a bit weak. The first half was quite different, but soon enough Kimber's running from a stalker who's bombed her father's house and is threatening her, and the two men take her to Jack's cottage in the swamp. Been there, done that. Because Kimber's very willing, there's a great deal of sex, but while in the first book it was Morgan with all the hang-ups, here it's Deke, and it gets a bit tiring. Despite that, I did enjoy the book - and I'd love to read books about Kimber's brothers, Logan and Hunter.

  • Jen
    2019-04-30 00:27

    4.5. Another very good book. Hot, hot, hot.I did not like this one as much as her first book "Wicked Ties" and I can't really pinpoint why. Maybe because Deke is just a little over the top screwed up. Like he denied things till the last 50 pages of the book really. We all have bad things happen in our lives, he just couldn't seem to move on from them.Deke and his cousin Luc pretty much come as a pair. So when Kimber asks Deke to teach her about his life style, Luc is the third. Luc seems pretty normal at first but towards the end he ends up having his own issues too.With all that said, this was still a very good book. I really like Shayla Black and her writing style. This book has an excellent plot to go along with the amazingly erotic sex. The next book is about Luc and Black set up some future books for Kimber's brothers, Hunter and Logan.

  • Shawna
    2019-05-24 20:34

    5 stars - Romantic Suspense/Erotica/MénageI had very high hopes and expectations for Shayla Black’s Decadent after reading her boldly erotic delight Wicked Ties and Decadent did not disappoint. Although not quite as perfect as Wicked Ties, Decadent is an emotionally charged, scorching H-O-T read about a complex ménage relationship. Author Shayla Black writes amazing dialogue and deliciously erotic scenes that will make your toes curl. This is one of my top favorite erotica novels! It's a wickedly steamy read...Decadent indeed! I LOVED it! 5 stars!

  • Anni
    2019-05-01 22:49

    oh snap, it's teh pr0ns . . . this pretty much sums it up:, this has to be one of the worst books ever written. The characters were almost unbearable. They were stupid, one dimensional, and even their names were stupid. Kimber? Deke? Come on.Sure, they had sex like ALL THE TIME, except when Kimber went off to see her rockstar friend she for some reason felt was the love of her life. Oh, and no, it turned out he wasn't, the love of her life was ONE OF THE GUYS SHE'D BEEN BUTTSECKSING WITH. And not the calm sophisticated one, but the angry 'oh poor me i can't have sex with a virgin because she'll DIE' one because she had to heal him with her virginal prowess. WHO WOULDN'T HAVE SEEN THAT COMING?Then of course there was the stupid subplot in which her house blows up (seriously, I know) and then angry can't-sleep-with-a-virgin boy has to protect her and oops, slipped in there, bloody hell, now all hell breaks loose but look at me! At the end of the book, DEKE HAS BEEN HEALED. Thank you Kimber. You have healed him, and now he doesn't want to buttsex-menage-a-trois with his celebrity chef cousin anymore. It was so bad it almost makes me want to read what else she's written. Hmmmm . . .

  • Mindy (Naughty Book Snitch)
    2019-05-15 23:43

    WOW! Sex... sex everywhere and Shayla Black just gets right into it. Fantastic story too. She is a phenomenally skilled story teller. LOVED THIS!!

  • Jaqueline Miguel
    2019-05-16 18:38

    Quando decidi comprar o livro anterior, na verdade o motivo era que eu queria imenso ler este livro. A capa chama imenso a atenção (mais que a original pelo menos) e a sinopse deixou-me com a pulga atrás da orelha. Aliás, a sinopse foi o que criou as minhas expetativas. Esperava mais sobre a vida de uma estrela de rock, algo que não aconteceu de todo. Esperava mais… A escrita já me era conhecida do livro anterior e o registo não mudou muito. Este foi abordar um pouco mais a temática do sexo a três, coisa a que não estou nada habituada e acho estranha. Penso que foi o principal motivo para a classificação que lhe dei. A falta de ligação para com a situação. Kimber conhecera Deke quando este fora guarda-costas do pai. Na altura achara-o atraente e tentara aproximar-se dele, mas foi rejeitada. Assim, nutriu um sentimento de raiva para com ele e depois acabou por se apaixonar por Jesse, que mais tarde se tornou uma grande estrela de rock. Kimber decidiu guardar a sua virgindade para ele, mas, quando surgem rumores sobre a vida sexual incomum de Jesse, ela decide que precisa de se tornar mais experiente para poder agradá-lo. Então recorre a Deke e através dele conhece o seu primo Luc. Eles os dois vão ensinar-lhe imensas coisas sobre sexo (mesmo sem lhe tirarem a virgindade) normal, a três, etc. Este livro não teve a vertente mais policial que o anterior tinha tido, mas foi bom rever o Deke, que faz uma aparição ligeira no livro anterior. Mais uma vez recomendo a quem gosta do género erótico. Este e o anterior são livros muito bons dentro do seu género.

  • AerinLuvs
    2019-04-30 21:49

    Overall Rating: 2.5-3 starsPlot Rating: 1.5 starKink Rating: Very HighThis is the second in the Wicked Lovers series. It is not as good as the first one. Characters:Hero: Deke (introduced in Book 1, Wicked Ties)Heroine: Kimber EdgingtonPlot is a bit fantastical. I realize suspension of disbelief is necessary for a lot of fiction, but this was too much. A virgin decides to "learn how to ménage" so she can be with her boyfriend (because she has found out that he indulges in ménage relationships of the MFM variety almost exclusively). Her "boyfriend", btw, is a pop star she hasn't seen in 5 years, AND she also wants to stay a virgin until she is married to her boyfriend.So Kimber picks (and basically propositions) Deke to be her ménage instructor because her dad used to work with him, and she heard Deke is into ménages; in fact, ménages are the only way he'll have sex because of some crazy incident when he was 18. Another crazy plot point is (view spoiler)[that Deke only does ménages with his second-cousin Luc, although it is not MMF, just MFM, but still...borderline incestuous? And Luc's reason for indulging in ménages with Deke doesn't make sense because they look nothing alike. (hide spoiler)]The hot parts were really hot! I'm pretty sure the next in the series is about Luc (Deke's second cuz) and Alyssa (Sexy Sirens club owner). I hope it is better!There is some suspense in the end that adds a little bit to the overall story.

  • Isabel Bitterblau
    2019-04-27 02:38

    Creo que no haré reseña por no comentar nada negativo de este libro ni de su autora...

  • H
    2019-05-16 22:52

    4 stars.What a soap opera. I loved it in the way I love my V.C. Andrews novels (don't worry, no incest here) — just don't overthink it or you'll ruin it.

  • Joy (joyous reads)
    2019-05-07 20:55

    WARNING: Mature review for a mature book.Oh my. What have I gotten myself into?I polished off this book in no time; not because it’s darn right addictive, or I couldn’t put it down. It’s because I skipped a whole slew of pages. Which parts did I skip, you ask? The sex scenes. Say, what?! For real, yo. The gist: Kimber wanted to learn about the three-way play that Jesse McCall is into. Jesse McCall is a childhood friend turned pop star sensation that Kimber has been in love with since forever. She’s 23, a virgin – because all this time, she saved herself for Jesse (gag). But first, she needed some education; that’s where Deke and his cousin, Luc comes in.Deke has been lusting after Kimber since she was seventeen. So when Kimber walked in to Luc’s house asking for a jaw-dropping favor, it’d only make sense that he’d say, “f*ck, yeah!” But Deke saw all the wrongs that could happen if he did and gave Kimber an impromptu lesson right then and there along with some harsh words to remember the moment by. Long story short, Kimber ran off in search of another willing pair to give her the education she needed. Well, Deke would not stand for it. So he took her back and signed on as one of her teachers. These types of things are never easy and no one walks away scot-free. This has disaster written all over it.The rant: Good golly, Miss Molly. Who saves their virginity for a guy whom you know is a skeeze and is into three-ways? Seriously, who does that? And in any case, how the hell do you expect to keep your virginity if you wanted a lesson in ménage? This book went past ridiculous. About 70% of this novel is sex – which, I didn’t mind but OMG, the sex was torture. Deke was always encumbered with self flagellation and overwhelming guilt afterwards. He was so intense before, during and after the act that I don't know how he could've possibly enjoyed it! Reading this book is like watching porn: all sex, no plot (not that I'm an expert on porn, per se). The story line is weak at best, and the conflict is manufactured in a way that it felt more like a filler than anything else. There was a little made-up added suspense, which was in no way suspenseful but predictable to say the least.VERDICT: I don’t get the appeal of ménages and I don’t think I ever will. I’m terminally selfish and am not very welcoming to the idea of sharing – especially in that sense (smirks). And this is why this book didn’t work for me. I skipped the sex scenes because honestly, I couldn’t stand it. Most of the time, I was grossed-out. But that's just me and my personal preference. I’m hoping the rest of the books in this series wouldn’t have such an adverse affect. Otherwise, the remaining four books that I have will remain unread in my shelves.

  • Colleen (NerdyWoman) Kayter
    2019-05-17 18:25

    With Decadent, Shayla Black once again demonstrates how erotica can also be good literature. Unlike so many writers in this sub-genre who focus only on great sex, Black insists on little things like plot development, characters with personalities, character motivation and, you know, stuff like that.I've read this book twice now. After the first read, I wasn't as keen on it as I was on the related story, Wicked Ties. But everyone I knew was raving about it so I thought that maybe I'd missed something...Deke Trenton is really a deep character. He's haunted by a ghost and that ghost has determined his behavior with women since he was a teenager. At first glance, you think Deke is a major-league alpha male, while his cousin, Luc, is the ultimate beta. If you come away with that opinion, read the book again. Deke does display all the traits of an alpha male, except that of leadership. He doesn't lead, he follows. And the revelation about his past and the reasons for his uncharacteristic behavior only adds to his depth.Meanwhile, our heroine, Kimber Edgington, shows tremendous growth in her character as the plot unfolds. The fact that she's drawn to Deke's caustic personality rather than Luc's gentleness is a reflection of the type of men she grew up around (father and brothers are all strong alpha types). What is puzzling is why she ever thought she wanted to be with a falsetto-singing wimp rock star...After the second reading, I have a much greater appreciation for the characters' motivations and their actions. Despite heavy dom/sub and menage a trois (M/F/M) sex throughout the book, the depth of the relationship between Deke and Kimber tugs at the heartstrings. She is understanding, but not a doormat for his verbal abuse. He is self-loathing, but willing to rethink how his past colors his world when his cousin, Luc, finally knocks him upside the head. I always find external influences far more credible than sudden self-awareness and epiphanies.I can't wait for Luc's story (Delicious) which is due out in Spring 2009. Once again, Black has demonstrated that you can have all the sex that defines erotica and tell a good story.If you enjoy this book and you haven't read Wicked Ties, that should be next on your TBR list.WARNING: This book does contain real, raw, raunchy, menage a trois (M/F/M) sex and lots of 4-letter words.

  • Alycia
    2019-05-25 00:53

    What I liked about this book:The chemistry between Kimber and Deke and their eventual love. How Deke always loved her but knew it was better not to be involved with her in the past. He is a flawed hero, which made him human but he saw the error of his ways. There is menage in this book, though... just a warning. Luc, Deke's cousin is introduced which I liked as well. Totally different, with a different set of flaws/problems, he was also very human. The next book, Delicious is about him. There was some tortured love going on when things went terribly awry in Kimber's life, I did cry when Deke thought it was best to leave Kimber alone, but he saw that is not what was best for each of them. I do not cry often in books. It has only happened a couple of times. I read this a few months ago, so I am sketchy on details, but I believed the love between the characters as well. Decadent ties in nicely to Wicked Ties and you will see why. I also thought the sex scenes were hotter.

  • C Joy
    2019-05-15 02:47

    That wasn't bad, but it wasn't good enough as well.I have to admit the sex was hot but I the big secret and Deke's major hang up wasn't exactly major to me. I didn't like how he treated Kimber, even when he made it up to her in the end. He's too hung up, has a lot of emotional baggage and he's an ass, didn't really appreciate him.Kimber was really emotional, but it's understandable having to deal with that kind of f*d up situation, and I hated Jesse he's such a...I don't have the one word to describe how idiotic and spineless he is.I wasn't impressed much by the story because it reminded me of the first, where the hero has a big secret that's hindering him from giving himself totally to the heroine. In this case, Luc, Deke's cousin is the third in the menage and he's actually the good cop to Deke's bad cop.Though I didn't really liked this, I'll still continue to read the rest of the series.

  • Amy
    2019-05-06 00:40

    I was highly disappointed with Decadent and it was a major letdown after enjoying Wicked Ties. In my opinion, the way this book was written did not even have the feel of the same author. The fact that she totally changed the character and dynamic of Deke from the first book was not even the worst part for me. (But it didn't help!) It was the poor dialogue and how the overall story was written. If I attempt to read Luc's story after this, it will not be anytime soon.

  • Jennifer Clark
    2019-05-09 19:45

    2nd in the series. . loved it! Not as good as Wicked Ties but still fantastic. Loved Kimber, although I did have a 'Jem and the Holograms' flashback the first few times I msaw the name. but it was great and I cant wait to continue in this series.

  • Jessica
    2019-04-28 00:25

    Holy f#%k! Loving this freakin series. The second book was just as good as the first if not better! The smut was simply mouth watering! My bottom lip is all bitten up after reading this book! So emotional and heart-squeezing and mind-f#%kingly good! *****5 Best-Sex-of-Your-Life Stars!

  • RB Martin
    2019-05-18 01:51

    DNF: 66%omg i can't have her because i have a dark secret chenes chenes huhu - Deke*rolls eyes*

  • Janja
    2019-05-25 21:46

    Sexy,hot and enjoyable read.ijust feel a little sorry for Luc but i think that he'll be geting his happy ending.

  • Ilana
    2019-04-30 01:49

    I've been looking for something new and light to read and i guess that's what i got here when i stumbled upon a series that i had started a while back and never continued.  don't know why to be honest but oh well.  So we've reentered the world of Wicked Lovers and this 2nd installment into the series takes us on a journey of Kimber - a girl who wants to be what her crush/love wants, and yet she's all that encompasses innocence.  This is where she goes to Deke, a man who worked for her father when she was younger - a guy that she knows has interesting taste in women, and perhaps can help teach him everything that he knows so that she can perform for Jesse, and make him lover her even more.  What she doesn't expect is that there were mutual crushing feelings back when she was younger, and more so a major physical attraction that created problems for everyone. The story that we have here is a journey of a virgin (of course) who wants to know how to please a man who's into menage.  And of course Deke being the derelict that we're supposed to have in a story like this, he's happy to oblige in teaching her yet really really against it at the same time.  He actually wants to scare her away because of his history in the past and because he has feelings for her that he's not quite resolved with, but of course that doesn't work.There's also the added benefit of Luc, Deke's cousin and the one that he lives with.  Luc is also into menage and the one that's able to really help ground Deke into reality when they're with a partner.  Luc though is everything that Kimber could want - sensitive caring and gentle.  While Deke is rough and sharp edges. You can imagine that Kimbers quest to be taught all about sex is going to complicate things when it comes to Jesse since you can't expect her to come out of this unscathed - without feelings for the other guys.  That's precisely what happens even though she fights it.  That makes the story more complex since we learn that Jesse has different motives in mind for Kimber and we get a second story line there.Top that off with yet another story line - someone is out for revenge of Kimger's father - a man who her father had put in jail for whatever horrible crime, and not just is he going after her father, but she's become a target.  So all in all we have 3 complex story lines where people end up in the hospital, dire situations are to be had, relationships are build and broken, and where we hope the story will net out is one that may not be possible. I'm curious where the other installments of this series pick up, so i may have to go on and read book 3 to see which character it covers off on.

  • Sara Ester
    2019-05-22 23:35

    Hmm... confieso que la calesita de Deke me aburrió y estreso! Aparte de que no tenía tiempo para leer, pero igual lo hacia a cuentagotas... fue decepcionante!Me encantó Kimber como protagonista! Aunque en momentos, algo floja!Pero Deke dejó bastante que desear. Sí, genial amigo... tuviste un trauma! Pero la vida sigue!Y francamente, el trauma no fue debidamente justificado, se exageró en exceso por lo que resulto forzado y no creíble! La trama en definitiva, no convencía. Tenía todos los elementos para montar una buena historia, pero no fluyó. La sentí como "ni ahí", que ni se esforzó en escribirla. Pero reconozco que algunas escenas estuvieron geniales. Pero la estructura en sí de la historia? Dejó mucho que desear!Respecto a Luc, me dio penita! Muy interesante, pero después se fue a la mierda con todo... fue muy plop! Fue patético! No es que sea insensible a su situación... pero fue too much! Una vez más, se exageró mal.Muy decepcionante! No lo recomiendo, lo siento! -.-pd: Debería ponerle una estrella, pero van dos por las escenas que me gustaron... solo por ellas.