Sierra Sellers has never had a problem finding a date, but when her mother's meddling ways result in her being set up with the intensely sexy Luke McCoy, owner of Club Destiny, Sierra learns she can't fight temptation. When he unleashes her deepest, darkest fantasies, she finds herself in a position she doesn't want to get out of. Luke McCoy has run fast and hard from the demons that chase him. The hot, fierce need that pushed him beyond the boundaries he hadn't realized he'd erected resulted in a two month hiatus from the world he'd built for himself. A world concreted in lust and forbidden fantasies. So when his twin brother Logan introduces him to Sierra, Luke finds himself up against a temptation that he can't resist. Cole Ackerley never backed down from a challenge, but that was before he'd been intimately introduced to Luke McCoy. Throw in the black haired vixen with the glowing blue eyes, and Cole finds himself engulfed in a menage hot enough to rival the sun. When his feelings for both of them ignite, Cole learns the true meaning of self-restraint. The deep, soul scorching hunger that ignites between the three of them turns into a firestorm of sensuality and lust that only burns brighter and hotter with every encounter. But when Luke continues to push them away, can Cole and Sierra find a way to show him there are no boundaries when it comes to love?
Published November 13th 2012
Current GoodReads Rating: 4.31 Stars
The second book in the Club Destiny series improved tremendously to me compared to Logan and Sam's journey in the first book. It has similarities with one of the two main partners unsure of the sexual arrangements and running away months and weeks at a time. This book made me feel more comfortable by how the characters held themselves that they were all having fun and consensual unlike that first that kept me feeling uncomfortable with all the doubt Sam held that Logan just plowed through. The doubt that filled this story wasn't because of the participation in such extravagant acts, but a doubt in if the people engaging in the acts were right for each other.
This book also contained a more plausible story line and sexual encounters so it served its purpose as an erotic novel instead of the entertainment value from the far-fetched ideas the last book contained. Anyways, focusing on this book, I enjoyed the characters and the depth that they contained and it seemed to have a good balance of a story with the regular sexual encounters. The story seemed to force the reader into the same awkward place that they must have been in deciding who likes who better. Which guy would Sierra choose? Then both of the guys…would they choose the other guy, the girl, or leave because they were too overwhelmed with their lack of control and intensity of the relationship developing. Fun rendezvous. I enjoyed the erotic author being introduced aka Ashley into the story, which reminded me of how the author might be. Sierra and Sam asked the author how she came up with all the erotic material and it added a humorous edge.