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  • Posted July 31, 2014

    I was actually surprised with how much I enjoyed this book. I

    I was actually surprised with how much I enjoyed this book. I have been in a reading slump lately where it felt like every book I was reading was a repeat of the past ones, but thankfully this one completely pulled me out of it!
    The storyline was refreshing, the characters were very well written, and the overall feeling of the story was one that was great to read.
    While it could seem like the story is like so many out there, the trio ends up in witness protection and they are running for their lives, I think that the fact that Ms. Walker did a great job at keeping it exciting and page turning. There were some of the sex scenes that I haven’t seen written about in a while, and no they aren’t anything rude, crude, or socially unacceptable, they were well written and exciting.
    My only complaint would be that the ending of the story did seem very predictable, but I didn’t let that deter me from reading it. Once I started I just couldn’t seem to put the story down.
    I really do hope that there will be another book that follows up on the relationship between Lily, Seth, and Adrian. It would be interesting to see what happens between them, and if they are able to make it work with all the different circumstances that are going on.

    *Copy provided for review*
    Reviewed by Crystal Marie for Crystal's Many Reviewers

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  • Posted July 24, 2014

    Three people. A powerful passtion. And a witness protection prog

    Three people. A powerful passtion. And a witness protection program which has never seen so much fun.

    Inescapable is an erotic M/M/F ménage romance with a strong cast of three. Lily is having an erotic online affair with Adrian, but wishes to take things further. The two finally decide to meet, but when she walks into Adrian’s office, she instead meets Seth, a sexy police officer who’s about to take Adrian into the witness protection program.

    Not all goes to plan though when a shot is fired and Seth rushes her and Adrian away to a safe house. Now she’s unable to leave Seth’s custody, but with Adrian there as well, not all is lost. Lily soon discovers the two men she must rely on have now become the two men she wishes to live out her erotic fantasies with.

    The chemistry in this book is hot, and the relationship between the three grows and develops in a sensual and delightful way as they embark on an emotionally torrid affair. Certainly if you love a little suspense, and a romance with a cast of three, then this is the book for you.

    My thanks also goes to the author for a well written book with fun and interesting characters.

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  • Posted July 11, 2014

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    I loved this, it was hot sexy and I could not put it down. I lov

    I loved this, it was hot sexy and I could not put it down. I loved that it was set in the UK my home country. At times this was so hot it was
    combustible but we still got really good believable characters. I liked the ending that I am not going to give away.
    I felt satisfied when I got to the last page all I needed was a cuppa and a ciggy, well I got the cuppa ;-).

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  • Posted July 5, 2014

    Inescapable, Saskia Walker Review from jeannie zelos book review

    Inescapable, Saskia Walker
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    I really enjoy some spicy romance so this seemed a perfect read – and it was. It's classed as erotic romance and it fits that genre really well. There is an element of danger and suspense that carries the story, but its not strong enough to warrant a classification of its own, however it's the perfect vehicle to set up the scenario for these characters to come together.
    First off we meet Lily when she's online to Adrian and he's getting her to play with herself, and tell (type) him about it!! He says watching her would be a real turn on. The way it's written, like all the scenes in this novel, isn't in any way sleazy. Sometimes what I read is anything but erotic, makes my stomach churn but not in a good way. Saskia clearly has practice at writing a good sex scene, each of them were powerful and well balanced between sensual, descriptive and erotic. Too much sex can be repetitive, while other authors seem to dance round frightened of it. Here its great, a perfect way of getting three people to share, to play games and have fun in a sexy, sensual way.
    The story about why they're in the safe house was pretty thin, but it was practical, realistic and a good way to get them in a place where fantasies could play out undisturbed by everyday life and problems. And did they have some fantasies – Seth and Adrian, what a great pair, Sexy Seth, clealry one who likes to be in control, and Adrian who wants to take part but also likes to watch, to set the scene. Of course he already knows what Lily dreams of. Then there's lucky Lily who thinks briefly about what she's doing, and then decides to let go and enjoy – and she does...
    It's a good read, sexy, sensual and balanced and everything ties up neatly. I'd really like a follow up of the trio to see what happens next with them. :-) they are all interesting characters and I think that would be an interesting read.
    Stars: Five, a great read, and I was surprised it was just over 200 pages, it flowed so well I thought it was shorter. Definitely one for the keepers files.
    ARC provided by Netgalley and publishers.

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