Review: Desire by Sam Crescent

Desire by Sam Crescent
Release Date:  May 11, 2013
Publisher:  Evernight Publishing
Pages:  107
Source: book provided by the publisher for review

Can a sexual proposition lead to love?

After visiting Desire, a popular club, Wendy never expected to gain the attention of the men who own the club. Evan and Drake Peterson are the reason her father rants and raves like he does. She never intends to get involved.

Evan goes after what he wants and he wants Wendy. Her beauty calls to him and all he can think about is possessing her. Drake promises her untold pleasure, and Evan proposes something she couldn’t ever turn down. He offers to make all of her desires come true.

But what happens when the sexual fog lifts and the brothers claim to love her? Can Wendy learn what’s in her own heart before it is too late?


Review:  Desire by Sam Crescent is not part of a series but I wish it was.  I chose this book because I enjoy reading Ms. Crecent’s books and they are always interesting and intriguing.

Wendy goes to a popular Club called Desire to see what all the fuss was about.  She did not expect to see Evan and Drake Peterson, her father’s enemy.  Evan and Drake bought out her father’s business out from under him.  Wendy did not also expect to be attracted to both of them and now she is she can’t decide what to do.

Evan and Drake Peterson are both hot and sexy man who love to share the same woman.  It seems that a relationship without the other brother does not appeal to them.  The chemistry between Evan, Wendy, and Drake is blistering.  The sex scenes with Evan, Drake and Wendy all together is scorching but it is also hot to see each brother have time alone with Wendy.

I wish this book was a bit more flushed out.  It seem rushed in some places and agonizing slow in others.  The main and secondary characters were interesting and realistic.  Overall, this was a good book.  I enjoy reading Ms. Crescent’s book and I hope we get to see these characters again in the future.


Melissa sig

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