- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 15 hours and 44 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Black Oak Books, LLC
- Audible.com Release Date: December 15, 2014
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00R1SB9KE
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Their Virgin Secretary: Masters of Menage, Book 6 Audiobook – Unabridged
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The Masters of Menage series was the first series I read that was about strictly menage relationships, and not just MMF sex scenes but MMMF. They opened doors to a whole new erotica world for me, lol. Sounds so cheesy but so true. I never thought about reading MMMF menage books before, but I tell you what, these books don't disappoint in the slightest!
Their Virgin Secretary is the sixth book in the series and still kept me on the edge of my seat. Yes, for the most part you can tell what is going to happen, and/or predict what will happen. But that really holds true for any erotic romance book.
Belle is the administrative assistant for the lawyer trio Tate, Eric, and Kellan.
Tate is your adorable nerdy teddy bear. \
Eric is your everyday man that can handle different personalities and bring them together.
Kellan, well he's broken Dom that can't trust himself to be good enough for Belle.
After a year of pinning on all four sides, these four try to hook up and it all goes to s***, lol. This pile of s*** forces Belle to decide to move on with her life and move to another state and start her life over.
Of course the lawyer trio won't let that happen, so they follow Belle and force their way into her new life.
Push comes to shove which comes to ultimatums and these three have some serious hotness sex.
Oh and we can't forget that there are ghosts in Belle's new house that are trying to get her out and freak her out. Not gonna lie, I'm not a fan of ghosts...like literally the thought of them freak me out.....so when I was reading this I had nightmares that night of ghosts...SMH! Ugh, freaking freakin entities that wanna do harm....AHHH!
Anywho....back story is super interesting regarding Belle's late grandmother and the stories of the house!
Great book! Super funny characters and sexy sexy men! Can't go wrong!
The main conflict, one of the men having trouble trusting a relationship could work, got a bit old after being mentioned so many times, but that was actually pretty realistic. Usually romance and erotica books have everyone fall into the relationship too easily. I was glad when things worked out.
The mysteries, danger and ghosts added some interesting spice to the story. I recommend this book.
The premise of the books is BDSM menage, and the authors do a great job of emphasizing the communication necessary to make something like that work, but as soon as trust and communication are emphasized, the characters once again do something to belie their supposed understanding of those needs. Just like in the other books I've read by these authors. As I said, the story building is great, and the writing is fairly good, but the character building is horrible. If you've read one of the books, you've met everyone you're ever going to meet in any of the other books because they're really all the same. The only variances are minor - sometimes one of them was in the military, sometimes one of them is a science nerd, sometimes they're oil tycoons, sometimes they're lawyers, sometimes they're royalty, but the changes are all very superficial. The women are, as I mentioned, all the same - immature, bratty, ignorant, and completely unable to tell when her life is on the line. It gets to be ridiculously frustrating, which is why I skipped books three, four, and five. I had hoped that improvement and some variety would be seen by book six (this one), but no such luck.
In addition, the clues in the story are laid out in a very unsubtle, ham-handed manner that left it painfully obvious as to what Belle's grandmother had done for a living and why someone was out to get Belle. But again, the characters are idiots who don't listen to their instincts, don't have any common sense, and apparently have become wildly successful as lawyers who are paid to pay attention to the details but couldn't see a barn if their noses were pressed against it.
I gave it three stars because the writing itself was decent, it was just the character development was terrible. The authors really need to take more time before each book to fill out the background and add some variety because there really is no point reading any of the books as long as you've read one. My suggestion is to pick the scenario that appeals to you most, read that one, then ignore the others because reading the description online will tell you just as much as actually wasting your time and money on the other books.
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