By: Stacey Kennedy
Releasing July 22nd, 2014
Readers of Fifty Shades of Grey are sure to love Desired, USA Today bestselling author Stacey Kennedy’s latest seductive, electrifying novel of Club Sin, where fantasy becomes reality.
Kyler Morgan, Master at the legendary Club Sin in Las Vegas, knows how to give women what they want—too well. He hasn’t had a real challenge in a long time. Then Ella Snow enters his life. Beautiful, inhibited, and innocent in the ways of submission and domination, Ella is the new blood he’s been lusting after. Soon, the thrill of training her to embrace his world brings forth desires Kyler cannot control.
After ending an abusive relationship, Ella makes a promise to herself to start living life to the fullest. It’s one of the reasons she seeks out Club Sin. Here, Kyler’s every touch is a lesson in liberation, stirring passions that have no bounds. But as she falls under Kyler’s command, Ella discovers that some secrets are so dark they must come to light. Submission alone may not be enough to save her, leaving her Master with only one question: How can he help Ella heal while unlocking the deep pleasures she craves?
Stacey Kennedy is the USA Today bestselling author of the Club Sin series. Growing up, Stacey’s mind wandered the path less traveled, and that path most often led to love. She has always broken rules and she continues to feed off emotion—always staying true to her heart. Those traits are now the bones of her stories. She lives in southwestern Ontario with her husband, who puts any of the heroes in her books to shame, and their two young children. If she’s not on Mom duty or plugging away at a new story, you’ll find Stacey camping in the summer, hibernating in the winter, and obsessing over Penny Dreadful, Game of Thrones, and Sons of Anarchy.Review
Another great story in the series, Kyler was awesome as he introduced Ella into the lifestyle. I liked that he didn't force demands on her right off the bat, and was even thoughtful enough to let her make mistakes and that he didn't correct her with punishments since she's brand new to the lifestyle. I found it a bit easy to identify with Ella, not the part with the abusive husband, but more so how she felt once she became friends with Kenzie, Cora and Presley. Although I thought it was hilarious when Aiden discovered her at the Club, but he explained everything beautifully and it all made sense. I didn't necessarily agree with Kyler confronting Rory, but I understand the purpose in the story, if there was no confrontation, there wouldn't be any further angst for the story. The sexy times were pretty freaking hot, but I'm looking forward when Tamed comes out, because I'm hoping that's the book about Porter and Kenzie.