Author: Shayla Black
Series: Wicked Lovers #2
Date Published: October 2, 2007
Publisher: Berkley Books
The author of Wicked Ties wraps her steamy prose around the premise that two men are better than one. Kimber Edgington is a virgin with a crush-on a pop star with a penchant for threesomes. Determined to prove that she's woman enough for singer Jesse McCall, Kimber turns to bodyguard Deke Trenton for sexual education...lessons that include his super-sexy friend Luc. Though she's saved herself for Jesse, Kimber soon learns that 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.
Daughter of a Military man, Kimber is used to being surrounded with real alpha men in her life, what with 2 military brothers too. She's a sheltered girl and now wants to prove herself that she's ready to be a woman. No rather, that she is a woman. But how can she do it when she has never experienced being one with a man? In order to break through her barriers and be ready with a man she thought would be the love of her life, she has to go through a special training, a thorough special training with a hot guy who used to work for her father and his cousin who is a sensational celebrity chef.
I feel wet reading this book. It's just hot! Voraciously and animalistic hot. I can't find a page in this book where I can't help but dampen myself. If I complained just how full of coitus Fifty Shades is, never will I in this one. But unlike other books that are just bombarded with humping, Shayla Black was able to put emotions with this book. Deke is really sweet and such a gentleman. Though most of the time I'd get disappointed with a softy guy, perhaps Deke is the only 'softy' that is really rough.
Warning: Grotesque Imagery!
One in front and one at the rear, I painfully waited for this kind of scene to come! I was happy that the two male characters finally both made their way in both her holes down below. With Luc in front and Deke on the backside. There's just one thing I'm disappointed in this book. And that is... they haven't really completed the art of ménage. And what did they lack? Two shafts, one hole. If you know what I mean. Because I've watched some triple X vids where 2 males put their shafts at the female's organ simultaneously together, it pained me that they never come to that part. The girl wasn't experienced so they will never come to that. And the reason why I feel this way is because it's my first ménage book. Sure, I've read some BDSM books with multiple partners but not a really romantic one involving just 2 or 3 males. To me, it doesn't matter where they simultaneously put both their shafts inside her- be it the crevice of her womanhood or the backside. But I prefer the former, two shafts in her central crevice alone. That would have been really really steamy.
Shayla Black really is the bitch in the art of ménage a trois. No offense meant to the author, it's a huge compliment. While for this kind of genre the author intends to give pleasure to the readers by pure sex, she never fails to give a substantial plot to her stories. There's always emotions involve and as a reader, you will always have to choose one man, and fall with the same dilemma of the female protagonist.
Of course, obviously the girl is for Deke. And Luc is for that stripper woman. I know that that woman is not a stripper but rather the owner of the club, but let's just stick with that. In a normal romantic book, while I would feel thrilled with a second guy for a love triangle, I'd always be dismayed when the girl is with the other guy. But in this one, I would always welcome Luke inside the girl, just not through her heart.