At One’s Pleasure by Kelly Lucille

April 25, 2015 Book Review 0 ★★★★

At One’s Pleasure by Kelly Lucille four-stars
At One's Pleasure by Kelly Lucille
Series: Keeping Her #2.5
Also in this series: Keeping Her, Marrying Her, Loving Her
Published by Self-published on October 25, 2013
Genres: Paranormal, Erotica
Pages: 199
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“A Bene Placito” “At ones pleasure” A menage romance where three Alpha wolves find the mate they have been waiting for; too bad for them she’s not going to be so easy to claim and keep.
Rebecca has come to “A Bene Placito” a private island resort in the Caribbean to attend a friend’s wedding. She has no idea she will be drawn to not one but three men. Or that she would discover a whole world that she had never imagined existed.

Can she accept changes in the life she has built? Enough to choose three charismatic and domineering wolf shifters? Or will she run from the wolf she doesn’t recognize inside herself?

There are themes of dominance and submission, as well as seriously hot sex between shapeshifting wolves and the mate they swear to keep; even if they have to face a dangerous past that could get them all killed.

“At One’s Pleasure” is in the same world built for the Keeping Her Series but is not part of that direct line. It contains explicit sex.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.


By SpiceAt One’s Pleasure begins with a bang, literally.  Jacob sees Rebecca, decides she’s his one, and bangs her on the floor of a hotel lingerie and sex toy boutique. I was a little shocked by how quickly it happened, but it’s a shifter book so I guess I shouldn’t have been. Poor Rebecca didn’t know what hit her, and unfortunately for her (or fortunately really), she had two more hot shifters to go since all three were her mates. Truly, I can honestly say you get your bang for your buck with this book.

There was lots of other things going on besides hot sex. Rebecca was attending a snooty wedding with lots of disagreeable people in it. I do wish I knew why her friend was marrying such a tool – I felt like there was a story there. Then the whole thing with Griffin’s family, who brings new meaning to the word “dysfunctional”.  A funeral, and lots of shifter style fighting action. Oh, and Cleo and Logan make an appearance. Cleo gets her badass on in an awesome way, which alone makes this book worth it.

The smexy scenes were definitely hot, and it did have a great story going on. I just wish it had a little more outside the bedroom (and the kitchen, and the beach, and the boutique) action. There were a few loose ends that I wish had been tied up. Overall it’s not my favorite Kelly Lucille book, but it was a quick and enjoyable read that I know I’ll be re-reading.

Rating: 4 Get Your Smexy On Stars

four-stars

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