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Knight and Play (The Lucien Knight Erotic Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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If you have read any of the stories on Literotica, you have a sense of what this book was like. The problem is the stories on Literortica are essays, not novels in excess of 200 pages. I have never done this before but I actually found myself skimming the many sex scenes wondering if there was going to be anything else. Shockingly, the book got to 98% before anything else happened and then it was a cliffhanger. The next book is $4.50 and I'm not sure I care enough about the characters to keep reading. In fact for $4.50, I'm positive I don't care enough.
This author seems like a good writer, she has a good concept and she has the sex stuff down. I would like to read a book by her that is more balanced between plot and steam but I think I'm done with the Knight trilogy.
Lucien is the owner and doesn't think she will be up to the challenge. Lucien shows her how beautiful she is and how sexual she can be. He asks her to spend one week with him before her husband returns from his "business trip". He does things to her that shock and turn her on.
A cliffhanger. A sexy Viking God. A repressed, married woman. And a deceitful husband. And plenty of rough, raunchy, sweet sex. It is mostly Sophie's point of view. A couple of times it was Lucien and even her husband Dan.
There is not enough character development in this incomplete, short book. We know very little about Knight until very late in the story at which point it ends. Sophie seems listless and even when shown an alternative way to live, she turns into a drama queen. Her outrage at the end of the book was ridiculous. There is a lot of sex: so much so that the other elements required to make a captivating story are missing. Don't confuse the amount of sex with heat or passion. I found myself flipping through some of the scenes just trying to find something meaningful about the characters or the plot.
The cliffhanger was the death-knell. There is nothing that could induce me to reread this or purchase the next book. Lucien Knight pales in comparison to Kristen Ashley's "Knight" or "Motorcycle Man" or Lisa Marie Rice's "Midnight Man" where you get a riveting plot, incredible steam, and fully developed characters cliff-hanger free. For fabulous erotica check out Anne Calhoun's "Breath on Embers", "Liberating Lacey" or her two "Uncommon" books.