A searing erotic thriller perfect for those tantalized by A. R. Torre's Deanna Madden series....
Anything you can imagine. Everything you crave. For the members of The Raven Room, it's every fantasy fulfilled. But for some, that desire is a matter of life and death. Drawn by a need he cannot control, Julian ventures to The Raven Room, a secret and exclusive sex club in the underbelly of Chicago. It goes beyond sex. It goes beyond kink. The Raven Room is the only place where Julian finds release from the dangerous urges that threaten to destroy the successful life he's worked so hard to build. When the police link the Raven Room to the death of a young woman, it threatens to expose a number of powerful people - people who would kill to stay anonymous....
Meredith's body can't get enough of Julian. He has opened her sexual horizons to tempting new possibilities. But out of bed she's an aspiring journalist, and The Raven Room is the story she's been looking for. By writing an exposé on the club and its elite clientele, she plans to launch her career. As Meredith embarks on a sexual journey into the forbidden world that Julian inhabits, questions emerge, and dark appetites threaten to swallow her whole. How much can she trust the man who has laid bare her erotic nature, and how much will she sacrifice in order to protect him?
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its a bit like three storys in one but great a bit confusing in places but that is down to me not hearing correct
I couldn't get through it.
This book had all the makings of something special but I just wasn't enjoying it. The female characters were just not likeable to me. The journalist was a manipulative woman that used sex to alleviate her loneliness and use people. The other female character was supposed to mysterious in an alluring way but it felt like it was taken too far and she was too mysterious to the point that it made her uninteresting to me because I didn't want to sit around and wait for her to come out with her bad past or whatever. The main male character was also boring... yes he was into the stuff I like in books but I just didn't like any of their personalities and the story felt stale very quickly. Disappointed. The only great thing about this book was the narration which was well done but the rest of it kept me from feeling invested because the author kept the characters at arm's length all the time. If we can't get to know them, we cant feel invested in what happens to them and that's what happened in this case to me.
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