- Entangled Publishing LLC
- Release Date
- October 2016
- Book 2 of Lick
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
The Boston press calls her the Mob Princess. I call her trouble.
Discretion is my business, and the reporters dogging her every step are bad news. She's looking to rebel, to tarnish her na´ve "good girl" image by getting dirty with me. I gave up a career as a thief, but Corrine Salvaggi's wide eyes and sinful mouth damn near begs me to steal her innocence. To corrupt her.
Lucky for her, I deal in sex.
Whatever your fantasy, I deliver. Voyeurism. Threesomes. A little slap and tickle.ů
If it's your kink, I can fulfill it.
So yeah, life is good. Simple.
Until she enters my club.
It's just sex. Our little secret.
Book Review by Pip (reviewer)
Sep 16, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
111 people found the following review helpful
After Naima Simone opened the doors of Lick, I've come to appreciate the brand of erotica that she writes with elements of BDSM, voyeurism and every other type of sexual play for what it is: titillating and boldly explicit for the sake of pushing sexual boundaries. Throw in mob connections, violent histories and the shade of smut gets darker. Which isn't to say I don't miss her romantic suspense novels, because I do, but reading the Scorched imprint means that some expectations have to be adjusted.
Sasha Merchant intrigued me from the first book and it seems fitting that he'll get his own temptation in the form of the head honcho's daughter when she walks through the door of his sex club asking for something that he never thought he'd be able to give: control and his submission. But Corinne Salvaggi represents more than just a willing female body; it's her close connections and the dangerous life he's addicted to that she brings within touching distance which Sasha finds irresistible. In this way, Ms. Simone brings another layer of understanding and conflict between them which I liked, because it moves beyond the sex games they both play.
I did hope for more though, apart from the sex they've been having, having been given a glimpse of the type of mob conflict could have brought but this novella pretty much offers what this imprint is meant to be: a slice of momentary bliss (pun not quite intended) and a happy-for-now ending aimed at satisfying more carnal appetites than anything else.
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