Review: Sinfully Wicked by Tina Donahue

Sinfully Wicked by Tina Donahue
Release Date: March 30, 2012
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 187
Source:  ebook provided by the publisher

Two brothers—one woman—unforgettable passion. Years before, Nikki fell in love with Mitch and Connor, only to ultimately betray them both. Now she’s back and in need of their help.Powerful and commanding, Mitch has never stopped craving Nikki. Connor hungers for her just as badly, but isn’t ready to forgive. If she needs some fast cash by working at their gentlemen’s club, she’ll have to audition—by stripping for them.Aroused by their shameless scrutiny, Nikki’s willing to do whatever it takes to be near them again…even if that means being punished in the BDSM room or starring in one of Connor’s erotic films. Mitch won’t have it, however, unless he and Connor are the ones enjoying her body.On a sultry weekend, Nikki surrenders to their lust, reawakening a timeless bond and the beginnings of forgiveness.

 

Review: Sinfully Wicked by Tina Donahue is a wonderful story about a woman who is trying to make a fresh start in her life and make amends for the mistakes she has made.

Nikki Blaine has made some really big mistakes in her life, and now she is suffering the consequences. One of her worst transgressions was fifteen years ago when she hurt her two best friends. Now she is going to see Connor and Mitch again after all of these years. She hopes to earn their forgiveness and desperately needs them to give her a job. What she really wants is to earn back their love and get back what they once had.

I very highly recommend this book! I have been wanting to read this book for a while now and I was certainly not disappointed. The writing is superb, the heat level is very high, the story hooked me from the very first page, and kept me hooked until the very end. I loved the characters and the interaction between them. There is some great tension between the main characters that takes the reader on an emotional roller coaster ride. I really liked and admired Nikki. She made some big mistakes in her life, but she is determined to set things right with the people she wronged in the past.

It isn’t going to be easy for Nikki to earn back the trust of the Wade brothers, but she is determined to do whatever it takes. The brothers may be twins but they are different in many ways. I enjoyed the fact that these fraternal twin brothers, although as close as twins often are, still have big differences in their personalities, adding to the tension between the three main characters in this story. The writing, the characters, the high heat, and the captivating story all make this an excellent read.

 

 

 






4 thoughts on “Review: Sinfully Wicked by Tina Donahue

  1. Sandy says:

    Fantastic review, Tina. You couldn’t ask for more. Sinfully Wicked sounds like a great read.

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