Review: The Viscount’s Pleasure House by Suzi Love

houseThe Viscount’s Pleasure House by Suzi Love
Release Date: December 3, 2012
Publisher: Crimson Romance
Pages: 223
Source: book provided by the author for review

 

 

Lady Chrissie Wellsby and her two country friends research dozens of rogues before selecting the notorious Viscount Hawkesbury, owner of London’s most exclusive and expensive brothel, to educate them in erotic seduction. The ladies abandon respectability and coerce Justin Tremayne into letting them visit The Pleasure House and to teaching them the sensual tricks mistresses and prostitutes use to entertain men.

Though Justin believes three naive ladies will see the debauched romps in his themed rooms, cover their eyes and ears, and run back to their sheltered lives, he underestimates the desperation of abandoned women who imagine a wider knowledge of sex will keep the men in their lives at home, in their own beds. But despite watching several of their friends, men and women, perform raunchy acts at his brothel, the ladies insist on participating in the last of Justin’s infamous Sultan’s galas, held in numerous silk tents and outdoor bathing areas on his estate.

Justin concedes to Chrissie’s demands only to gain information about his long-lost mother and sisters, but the world-weary viscount falls head over heels in love with his emotionally bruised pupil. He yearns for a wife, children, and an uncomplicated wife, but can he convinced Chrissie to take a chance and marry again? Because Justin never wants to leave her bed.

 

Review: In this book I was taken on an adventure of all kinds of sexual acts.

Chrissie Wellsby goes and makes a deal with a devil. Justin has gotten bored with servicing women. That is how he has made his money. He will do whatever he has to so that he can find his mother and two sisters. Chrissie tells him if he will help her and her two friends figure out how to please men that she will help him find his mother and sisters.

What starts as Justin trying to make the women leave because of the sexual acts that goes on in the sultan’s palace, turns around and bites him in the butt. He is way over his head. Just goes to show you that you should never try to outsmart three women. You will never win.

This book is a hot erotic read. I was taken on an adventure of sexual acts that I would never have believed. To say that I was hot afterwards is an understatement. I read one part where there was an assembly line of men and women would pleasure them with their mouths. If the men touched them they would have their hands tied behind their backs. I will say the the tent was the hottest experience that I got to read about in this book.

The author did a wonderful job with keeping me in the story. I just couldn’t lay my kindle down. Just thinking about the book makes me want to read it again to see if I missed anything the first time. Every time I read books like this I always get ideas to try out myself and it always ends like I never imagine.

This is the first book that I have read by this author and I loved it. I will be looking for more books to read. I hope all her books are as hot as this one was. The storyline was great and it was easy to read. I enjoy reading books that make me hot and bothered.

If you love to read hot erotica books then this is the book for you.

 

 

 

 

 

This review originally posted at Romance After Dark, our now defunct sister-site.