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The sizzling new novel from a new star in the world of erotica. By day, Karl Dawson is a jaded divorce attorney. By night he's a restless "dominant" in underground sex clubs. A tough, whip-cracking challenge like Lara Fox is a fantasy come true. She's just as strong-willed, and just as unprepared for where their experiments in control will take them....

Title : Wicked
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ISBN : 9780425219188
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 272 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Wicked Reviews

  • Shawna
    2019-05-02 18:03

    5 stars – Romantic Suspense/Erotica/BDSM/MénageWOW! Wicked indeed! This is the first book I have read by Sasha White, and I plan on reading the other two books in the series, Bound and Trouble, and all her other books as well. It's about a D/s relationship between gentle Dom Karl and the feisty, fiercely independent woman Lara whom he’s determined to make into his sub. Karl is a super-sexy divorce lawyer with a neck tattoo and piercings who sports a suit-and-tie by day and is clad in leather by night. There’s a stalker sub-plot and a sweet m/m side relationship that adds nicely to the story. Wicked is a very quick, fun, sexy, scorching hot read. I loved it! And the cover is seriously H-O-T! This is one of my top erotica favorites!

  • Unapologetic_Bookaholic
    2019-05-03 15:44

    I like how Karl is physically described as having 'just enough curl to make it unruly' with his hair and chocolate brown eyes. He is a loving Dom that is losing interest with his current D/s lifestyle playmates, when he meets Lara.Lara lives with a gay couple that she adores. She knows they only mean best when they butt in on her as she's getting ready for her date with Karl. She's sexy and independent, and everything wrong with what Karl usually wants in a sub. So what, he still admires her. The chemistry between Karl and Lara definitely sizzles. Sasha White masters pairing and building D/s relationships. It is a pleasure watching Lara come out of her shell, for Karl. Also watching Karl carefully train Lara outside of the normal restraints of the D/s lifestyle and clubs. There is an added suspense element that is included but not a distraction for those that don't like a lot of romance suspense added to their erotic reading. Overall another great Sasha White book.

  • Adrienne
    2019-04-30 20:42

    This was a book that I'd been looking forward to reading for few weeks. I'd had my interest teased and wanted to find out more. Now, my only problem is how to write a review about a book that is about a lifestyle that I know very little about, I will say that nothing surprised me and that I didn't learn anything that I didnt already know so either I have a vivid imagination or more likley the book is written for people like myself to read easily. Anyway I felt it was a really good story about acceptance, trust and the willingness to give. The sex was hot but there was one scene that I chose to skip over as it didn't sit comfortably with me....I have however marked the book as if the scene wasn't there as as i don't see why a good story should be downmarked just because I was uncomfortable with that one thing! The story is about Karl (loving Dom) and Lara (sub (she doesn't know it) but feisty and independant with I suspect a tiny piece of insecurity hidden away deep down) and how their relationship develops, from one that starts out as a sexual "challenge" to something alot deeper with more understanding. There is a little m/m story running in the background, and also a stalker problem for Lara which keeps the story between Karl and Lara moving along.All in all this was a good quick read (the bit I missed out was only a couple of paragraphs so no that's not the reason I read it so quickly :)), if you're looking for something a little kinky to rock your boat for an afternoon.

  • Sharon
    2019-04-30 16:59

    This book was just okay for me. BDSM can be so hit or miss for me because I'm extremely picky in how they portray the D/s relationship. This one was okay, but I did find it a little emotionally lacking. You do read into the characters' minds, and their worries, fears, etc. but it just seemed a bit lukewarm. Perhaps that is because the tone is set with some multi-partner scenes instead of intimate one-on-one. Not sure, but I didn't feel that strong desire and connection between the characters that I wanted. That might explain how they were sort of all over the place with their feelings and often hot and cold about their relationship.That being said, I loved the secondary characters (her housemates). I would love to read their story, but I'm a sucker for gay male erotica. All in all it was okay - certainly won't turn me off from reading more of Sasha White, but I didn't love it.

  • Milto P.**Through The Eyes Of A Book Goddess**
    2019-05-01 21:01

    This was a HOT read!!!!For those not accustomed or familiar with BDSM, this is a book I recommend. It was ultra-erotic and covered several topics nicely.The main characters delivered enough sexual chemistry to be felt off the tips of your toes and (ahem) other bodily parts.

  • Jen
    2019-05-11 17:53

    Oh, wow. Hotness. This one is going in the hot folder that is for sure. I have never read Sasha White before, but it seems like she has several books out there. I am immediately looking for the next one.Karl has become kind of bored with his life and his roll as a Dom. Lara is a naturally independent person but when Karl meets her he thinks she would be a great sub. The story is about exploring whether she would be that sub or not. There is a little bit of a stalker plot thrown in there as well. The end is pretty sweet and a little not like I expected it to be. My last BDSM book was way over the top in the pain part. In this one Karl refers to himself as a gentle Dom or one that doesn’t really go for the pain aspect. I was much more on board with that.As always if you are offended by strong sexual scenes this book is not for you. And there is also f/f/m and m/m interaction in this book.

  • Jill Dunlop
    2019-05-04 14:34

    Karl Dawson, whom readers met in White's previous novels Bound and Trouble finally gets his own story. By day he is a successful divorce attorney. Too successful for his tastes. Seeing all the men and women seeking divorce leaves a bitter taste in his mouth about the permanency of relationships. He longs for the type of intimacy his friend Val and Samair (Trouble) have, as he is bored with meaningless sex. Then he meets Lara Fox, who rooms with his secretary, while she is upgrading his office's computer system. She is very different from the meek mild mannered women he is used to dating. Lara seems to be able to spark his interest that has considerable waned. Wicked is a fast, sexy read. Karl Dawson is deliciously, yummy man. He is a dominant and likes to play in the Dominant/submissive lifestyle. As far as the D/s relationship in this book, it is fairly light. Karl is not into pain or anything like that, he just likes to be in charge. He is quite fascinated by his attraction to Lara because she is anything but meek. She has a vivacious personality and does not like to depend on anyone. She is extremely independent and Karl knows that she is nothing like he is used to. She will cause him all kinds of grief, but he can't seem to help himself. And having Lara submit to him willing is only sweeter because she is so independent.I really enjoyed reading about Lara and Karl's relationship. I really think Ms. White had something going with Lara's introduction into Karl's lifestyle. Lara is not shy about sex, but she is not familiar with D/s lifestyle. I think that her acceptance of Karl was too quick, for all the baggage she had. I wish that Ms. White would have really delved into Lara's mind a little more, made her work through these issues with Karl. I really enjoyed what I read, but I wanted more. More interaction between Karl and Lara after they declared that they were going to be exclusive and live together. I think it would have made the book stronger.

  • Erica
    2019-04-25 21:00

    This one was my favorite out of the three by far, and from the slight glimpse I got of Karl in Trouble, I was not surprised at all. This book took a very different view and approach to starting and exploring a BDSM relationship, and not only was it refreshing, romantic and erotic as hell, but watching the journey that Lara and Karl take as they look inside themselves about what they want from each other, what they are willing to give to each other and where they see their lives going is absolutely incredible. A few things I didn't care for...the ending was way too abrupt and needed about fifty or so more pages. We never really found out the resolution of the "who is after Lara?" debacle (which was so predictable btw). And more getting to know you would have been nice. However, this book was erotic as hell and highly enjoyable, and the menage scene on Lara's first night at The Dungeon was not only creative and sexy, but very hot without being strange, and there really aren't a lot of ff scenes in contemporary erotica. Excellent work from this author.

  • ~ Stephanie Lynn ~
    2019-04-23 22:59

    Sasha White has another hit with WICKED. This book is a good representation of the some of the delightful aspects along the BDSM continuum. The characters are likeable and the plot smooth. At times, I wished for a little more internal conflict in the two main characters. But the sensual tension and sexual intimacy between Karl and Lara is hot enough to melt ice, even on the coldest day. Kudos to Ms. White for one WICKED Ride!!!

  • Cindy
    2019-05-05 16:53

    Good read - a relationship driven [bored Dom meets commitment phobic girl] plot with a contemporary setting - and an action [stalker] subplot. Unlike many BDSM books this has both plot and character. There is sexual intensity without scene after scene of kink as some of the books run. There is one scene of f/f [involving the heroine] and one voyeuristic scene of m/m [she walks in on her gay friends]. I liked it - will look for more from Sasha White.

  • Kendra Egert
    2019-05-05 21:00

    A wonderful read about exploring sexual needs without judgment. Dominance and Submission was the theme. Most of the erotic books I read that have D/S involved pain. This one didn't. This one focus on trusting one another and exploring the physical needs to make you whole.This was a beautiful love story, yummy sexy too, but over all a love story outside the bounds of tradition. This is a WONDERFUL book and would recommend it to anyone who loves erotic romance.

  • Elenariel
    2019-04-23 14:58

    It was... Enlightening!Fast read, with quite solid plot and characters, steady pace, a clear and direct style without useless euphemisms or forced romanticism - except maybe two or three brief passages.I appreciated the hint of mistery, even if the solution was predictable since the beginning, and I liked Peter and Graham interactions maybe more than the main couple ones: Karl felt good and fun to read about, Lara not always as much.

  • Marla
    2019-04-22 21:38

    How does one write a review on a book about a world she has only tasted? All I can say is that this opened my eyes in a pleasurable way to a world I always considered dark. It has made it a bit lighter to me. This is a good introduction to Doms and subs.I gave it 4 stars just because the author spoke of things that hit home but it is not a well written book. It is an enjoyable love story however.

  • Kimi Gongju (Jass)
    2019-04-20 21:42

    Wow amazing writing. Never read anything from Sasha White before but this book totally caught me. After a disappointment of not able to find book that i could truly enjoy like Fifty Shades, this book brings back hope. I wish this book would continue on. Lara and Karl are perfect together. :) kudos and 5 star is my rating.

  • Kim
    2019-05-05 19:53

    Picked this up just because I needed something quick to read. Story of Lara and how she comes to understand that she can be an independent woman and yet still be a "sub." Well-written and fun to read. Looking forward to more...

  • NLA-I Awards
    2019-05-03 16:52

    Wicked received an Honorable Mention in the National Leather Association International's Pauline Reage Novel Literary Award. Sasha White's book blends intrigue, mystery, and romance, while exploring the successive relationships of a new submissive with two very different dominants.

  • Joyce
    2019-05-17 18:35

    This was a quick and fun read. Similar to 50 Shades of Grey if that is what you are looking for. I enjoyed this book but would not want to read the series back to back. Well written and of course it has a love story entwined in its midst.

  • chanceofbooks
    2019-04-22 17:46

    One of her best offerings. She doesn't disappoint! I love the character of Karl.

  • Nl
    2019-05-20 20:00

    Love Sasha White's writing. Wicked is one of her best ones in my opinion, with steamy sex scenes and well developed characters.

  • Julz
    2019-05-19 20:03

    loved it! fantastic quick read. Oh and Hotness!!!!!

  • Margaret
    2019-05-11 19:34

    Wicked is just as the title states, Wicked. Lara is a strong, independent woman who has been taking care of herself since she was a teenager. She doesn't do relationships, doesn't think she can love, and is only out for a good time and sex. She hustles guys in bars at pool, she has a body and isn't afraid to use it to get what she wants.Karl was a teenaged rebel turned a successful divorce attorney and a loving Dominant who has found himself stuck in a rut. That is until he meets Lara, who catches his attention right away. Lara intrigues him with her “will try anything once” attitude and is interested in seeing if she'll be able to handle his Dominance.Karl and Lara don't have an easy time of it, giving the story a much more believable feel. It's more along the lines of the reality of BDSM, rather than the unachievable fantasy that you find more often in fiction.I love a good BDSM fiction, always have and always will. White drew me in with her characters, made me hot with the way she laid out the scenes between Karl and Lara, both in the Dungeon and in the bedroom. My biggest complaint about the book was a few inconsistencies I found while reading the story. Despite the problems, it was a great read that makes me want to read more of White's works.

  • Kate
    2019-05-04 21:50

    "Bad-boy divorce attorney Karl Dawson has seen all the ways love can go wrong. That's why he's given up on it. Jaded and restless, he has playmates, not girlfriends. A leather-clad Dominant, he comes and goes as he pleases in the city's after-dark playgrounds. That's how he likes it."Lara Fox is an independent jack-of-all-trades, who can do anything she sets her mind to -- except that falling-in-love thing. She's go a need for control too strong for most men, an an inability to walk away from a challenge, including a challen ge like Karl. He's cocky, arrogant, an demanding. That's how she needs it."They're perfect for each other. But what begins as a sensual battle of wills turns into a journey neither is prepared for when Lara is threatened an emotional walls start to crumble."~~back coverWell, you know the plot. He's rich, good looking not looking for love. And then ...The difference with this book is less of an emphasis on the sexual aspect BD/sM and more on the sensual, consensual power exchange. Enough of a difference to save the book from boredom.

  • Sassafrass
    2019-05-19 21:36

    What happens when a strong, independent woman meets up with an equally strong Dom that sees her inner submissive? Lara is strong, and she knows how to get what she wants. Leaving home at a young age, she keeps everyone at arms length and has learned that she can only depend on herself.Karl is a successful divorce attorney and an equally successful Dom in the BDSM scene. He knows that love doesn't last, so he keeps his sex life in the "play stage" and doesn't take it further.When the two of them meet, it's instant attraction and maybe more...This was intersting. I felt like it was a bit short to get the complete story out. The stalking part of the story and the blackmail pictures were a bit rushed and tidy up without any resolution really. But I love the interaction between Lara and Karl and some of the secondary characters.Apparently, Karl was seen in Bound and Trouble also by Sasha White. I didn't read those yet, but I didn't feel like I missed out on anything. I am going to go back and read those as well.

  • Sherry
    2019-04-25 17:01

    This book could have been so much more. With few more pages dedicated to the mysteries, such as the photos and the stalker. Great ideas! Why not expand on them just a little more. Erotic romance sometimes falls a little short, this was no exception. Just a little bit more would have taken this book from okay to really good. The secondary story of Lara's housemates was very entertaining. It helped me out alot because Lara aggravated me at times. Like her spying on them. What the hell is wrong with her! NOSEY!! At times her one track (COCK COCK and more COCK)mind was Very Strange.Didn't really understand Karl at times either. Bringing another sub into the picture. Then breaking it off with her. When that happen I thought, he must want to keep these other women. No huh! That was very risky. I may not understand these people... But they are making me think. So overall I guess I did like this book.

  • Susan
    2019-04-26 14:43

    Sasha White writes an astonishingly wicked tale of eroticism that will show you the D/s lifestyle and that a meaningful romance can be built outside of it. The battle of wills and the watershed of emotions that come between Karl and Lara will have your heart pounding in excitement. This story will hold your attention not only with the edgy sex scenes, but also with the fragile emotions that build this into a wonderful romance. This is a delicious read that has whetted my appetite for more of Sasha White's novel and I will eagerly look for her other titles. So if you're looking for a naughty romance, then Wicked is sure to satisfy those desires.

  • Melissa
    2019-05-08 17:50

    This book was entertaining defiantly, but I feel like the plot line of Dom & Sub was a bit lost in the fact that she often got what she wanted even if they were in the role. (like when he forgot about his other sub) But truth be told this is not my kind of erotica, I am not particularly inclined to read S&M but for entertainment sake it was good.I liked the underlining "stalker" case with one of the Sub's being an undercover agent getting dirt on spouses for divorce cases, it provided that extra element of suspense beyond just the sexual. For a more extreme S&M, try The Story of O.

  • Yulia
    2019-04-29 22:41

    Wasn't that great.I got the feeling that the writer maybe wanted to make it romantic and erotic both and ended up having it somewhere in the middle cuz sure, it had some bdsm ero but very little and the writer tried to show some romance that is the basis for that but ended up half doing that too... maybe if the book was longer or something.. donno something just wasn't that good in all the in the end it wasn't that good and it feels like it could've been better.

  • Kissa
    2019-04-22 23:01

    This is one young woman's adventure into the world of BDSM. She falters a few times along the way but ultimately her heart takes over and leads her on the right path. The sex scenes are sensual and erotic at the same time. Ms. White builds the relationship between these characters slowly but surely while drawing the reader in page by page. I recommend this to lifestylers and new to the lifestyle as well. Warning: may cause arousal!

  • Michelle, the Bookshelf StalkerQueen of the Undead
    2019-04-22 14:39

    Not a bad book. Not a great book. While the book started off strong, it didn't stay that way. The main story was the relationship between Karl and Lara. This was all good. However, the author felt it necessary to insert minor background stories that were unnecessary, and distracting. They had potential but it was clear these background stories were an afterthought in the author's mind and were represented in the book poorly.

  • Shelley Stoker
    2019-05-10 18:45

    This is a really, REALLY hot read!!! The kink in WICKED is actually quite tame, and more romantic than kinky. A beautiful love story with a twist, and characters I really enjoyed, because their journey together in all aspects - mind, body and soul - was so honest and tangible. Definitely "keeper shelf" material.