Review: Virile by Allyson Young

Virile by Allyson Young
Release Date: October 7, 2013
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Pages: 202
Source: Book provided by the publisher for review



Wagered and lost by her wastrel brother, Adara Waycross learns she must serve three farmers for thirty days. If she refuses, the family estate is forfeit and her brother will go to prison on planet Virile, a harsh, ungoverned planet where women are scarce.

Doms Thorn, Orion, and Kellis Freestar saw Adara’s image and fell for her instantly. They will stop at nothing to have her forever. Expecting a gentle, compliant creature, they only worry about her inability to handle their sexual demands.


Review:  Adara Waycross is less-than-thrilled when she finds that she has to spend a month on the planet Virile to settle her brother’s gambling debts. That feeling is nothing compared to her reaction when she discovers that will be serving as a submissive to not one, not two, but three brothers. Convinced that she doesn’t have a submissive bone in her body, Adara plans to teach these men a lesson they will never forget.

In Virile, author Allyson Young introduces the Freestar brothers — Thorn, Orion and Kellis. When Thorn wins a month of Adara’s time, he didn’t realize that Adara would be fulfilling an ancient family prophecy. He and his brothers are eager to convince her to stay with them, even though her red hair serves as a warning of a volatile temperament.

From start to finish, the author incorporates sizzling action into the story line. With BDSM, ménage and some smoking hot males, this is one story that packs some heavy steam. Adara is a strong, sassy character, which makes her struggles with submissiveness even more complicated.

A smooth writing style, coupled with page-scorching action, keeps the reader’s attention. Add well-developed characters and engaging conversation, and you have the recipe for a fun erotic read.

Granted, spending a month as a submissive to three Dominants may sound like a daunting task, but thanks to some creative choreography, Young vividly demonstrates the possibilities.