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Temptation (Club Destiny Book 2) Kindle Edition
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By: Nicole Edwards
I absolutely loved the first book Conviction, I gave it 5 Stars, loved the characters, and I loved the story. Unfortunately, I cannot say the same about this second installment of the series.
Conviction had characters I cared about with the hot steamy sex, even the menage' sex scenes were incredible. I inhaled the book.
But, Book 2: I never connected to Luke, who I found to be incredible frustrating. My number one pet peeve: "conflict due to vague communication and inaccurate assumptions, that go on for chapters to resolve" He doesn't know his feelings, he can't express them when he does know, the entire length of the book was addressing this. I felt like the same scene was being repeated over again.
At times I wished She would just run away with Cole, or back to Nashville, it left me feeling disconnected, to the characters and the story. The sex, yes it was over the top sexy, no question, but I need more than that.
And the ending was taking just one tiny step over the line of what I thought reality would allow, and I prefer to have the story believable.
I will still give the third book a chance. This is my personal opinion. No slamming please...
Whether it's a straight, gay, menage, bdsm, one night stand or bought and paid for, the key is to TALK to one another.
I got so frustrated with these characters - and by extenstion the author - because of the lack of communication and I don't mean the lack of communcation used as a plot point, I mean the actual lack of communication. Do they ever hold an actual conversation? How do they connect as characters without a bit of chit chat?
and yes, my major beef was that lack of communication was the go-to plot point for yet another useless and petty angst ridden encounter. And it wasn't even good angst, it was petty and high school-ish angst.
Like another commentor, I wanted to like this novel, I liked it enough ot make it nearly 80% of the way through until the lack of communication signaled yet another petty argument that would solve nothing since the characters seem to all be existing in a world of their own, where they are the only person present and all ohter people are jsut figments of their imagaintions, which is the only explanation for the lack of casual, worth but still worthy CONVERSATION. I can only take so much.
And as someone involved on the periphery of the lifestyle, it was annoying how the first, most important rule was completely ignored or coopted. It can't be consenual without conversation people. I got my hopes up early on when the main character stressed he had to hear agreement before he would move forward....only to constantly move forward without any warning or conversation.
Maybe it's me, but I quite like a bit of chat.
Standalone though part of a larger series
Told from 3 POVs
No major editing errors
This is actually the second time I have read this book. The first time I didn't know the importance of leaving reviews.
I fell in love with Luke in the first book in this series. While you don't need to read it to read this book it does give you a taste of Luke. Or at least Luke before he met Sierra.
Luke and Cole are both hotness personified. Sierra is the firecracker that wins both their hearts.
The intimate scenes were off the charts but the love story behind it all is what really draws you in. A ménage can't be easy and that is proven in this book but sometimes love really does conquer all.
Can't wait for the next book!