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A sexy masquerade ball leads to the best sexual encounter of Jorie's life.
She has no idea Walsh, who's Jorie's brother Micah's best friend just happens to be the guy under the mask giving the pleasure. This book starts off hot and never goes stale. Fan's of this series.. you know what your getting at the wicked horse 😉.
Sawyer takes us on another dirty, kinky, erotic journey to be hot and bothered by. Both narrators did such a great job they definitely added to the heat factor. I will gladly be giving up more of my credits for this series in the future!!
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Well there's one thing you're guaranteed at the Wicked Horse.. and that's a wickedly sexy and wickedly entertaining ride - and Sawyer Bennett certainly doesn't disappoint with this, her latest story from the Vegas branch which is scorching hot, addictive, pleasurable, passionate and undeniably romantic.
Jorie's husband had kicked her out of their home with cruel words about her being sexually lacking - so twenty-six yr old Jorie has come to stay with her best friend in Nevada. They're attending a masquerade evening at the Wicked Horse sex club to push her boundaries and prove him wrong.. and boy does she ever when she sees a gorgeous someone and a sexy something she likes very very much.. combine the two and it's a dirty erotic match made in Heaven. But later, the sexy demanding man suddenly goes rigid in her arms (and not in a good way!) and he breathlessly whispers her name, it was enough though for Jorie to shockingly recognize who the mysterious god of a man is.. it's Walsh.. her older brother Micah's best friend.. a man she hasn't seen for years.. a man that's off-limits to her.. a man she's secretly lusted after for years.
Casino owner Walsh Brooks loves his single life.. he's thirty-six, rich, successful, self-assured and willing women flock to him ready to play his dirty games.. but, on the evening of the masquerade, one masked beauty stands out from all the rest and Walsh just has to have her. He sees the curiosity, the want and the hesitation in her captivating green eyes and silently invites her to come play with him.. which thankfully she does. After being stunned and awed by the best sex of his life Walsh suddenly sees an all too familiar scar on his partner which sucker punches him.. because it's Jorie.. it's his best friend's little sister.. he's just sent a hot faceless text video of her to her brother.. and, despite her being off-limits, he doesn't intend to stop touching her - but he just doesn't intend to get caught.
This is the start of a no strings passionate secretive liaison between Walsh and Jorie as he introduces her to his world.. a world of sexual pleasures.. erotic days/nights.. tender touches and a few more 'off screen' visits to the WH. However, what starts out as casual very quickly morphs into a lot more because of their seismic chemistry - but eventually and unfortunately Micah pays his best friend and his sister a visit.. a visit that'll lead to devastation, broken dreams, heartache, wrong choices, cutting words and a strangely welcome visitor. Which was all very enjoyable, erotic, endearing, emotional and entertaining.. but sadly I did miss the pre-relationship build up to get my butterflies going. There were plenty of wickedly intimate sizzling sex scenes between these lovers as this story was very much focussed on their building blossoming relationship. Dirty talking Alpha Walsh slowly built Jorie's confidence back up after her husband's cruel words.. and the sweet feisty woman gave Walsh a HEA future he didn't know he wanted. Right from the start their relationship was a secret and focussed mainly on them so there really weren't many secondary characters.. but the ones who did make an appearance had a big impact to the dual POV plot.
Worth a credit? I love Sawyer Bennett's writing abilities, the heat and heart she puts into her plots and the beautiful love story that leaves you smiling.. the narrators did a great job too... so yes, very creditworthy.
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