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Julia Talbot's It's Elemental ...
Julia Talbot's It's Elemental features construction contractor Chayton, a werewolf who thinks demon decorator Kenny is a little fussy, and a lot hot. They argue about everything from feng shui to sex. Will they be able to resolve their differences? The Third Course, by BA Tortuga, tells the story of Marco and Stephan, werecats, pridemates, and chefs who meet their match in head-bartender, Faelan, who just happens to be a growly, sexy Top. Finally, Sean Michael's Smoke and Gold follows the head dominant of the club, Zee, who's dealing with trying to get his playrooms just so and trying to figure out maddening dragon, Daniel, at the same time. Who can resist loving a dragon?
Posted January 14, 2012
It’s Elemental by Julia Talbot Werewolf construction foreman Chayton just can’t seem to understand his attraction to designer Kenneth. Kenneth is completely annoying and Chayton’s urge to choke him is immense. The problem is, he also desires him, in a dark passionate needy way. Kenneth is just as attracted to Chayton. Their obsession is amazing and together they make the earth move. This is a perfect introduction to the story. Sex is fast and furious, passion is heated and heady. Chayton and Kenneth are polar opposites that come together beautifully, two strong men meant to be together. The reason for their attraction is beautifully told and enhanced the story wonderfully. The Third Course by BA Tortuga Stephan and Marco rule the kitchens at Cereus. Stephan is the Executive Chef and Marco is the Pastry Chef. Twin werecats that are inseparable and volatile at best are suddenly complete when Bar Manager Faelan shows up. Faelan, a seductively gorgeous werewolf, is thrown for a loop upon meeting the twins. He instantly wants them both and he set out to seduce them with his dominate and alluring ways. Now he just needs to discover if he is strong enough to handle his two iron-willed kitties. The subject matter is extremely taboo, but written in a way that made you appreciate the beauty of it. These two brothers are two halves of a whole. I don’t believe either could survive without the other. The twins are like yen and yang. They need each other like air. Faelan is a beautiful dominate male. Able to laugh at himself, be strong when the boys need him to be and also be a tender lover. These three men are pure poetry together. Smoke and Gold by Sean Michael Zee, the head dominate of Cereus and Daniel, the owner of the land that Cereus sits on literally collide. Right from the beginning the chemistry is smokin’. There are not too many couplings that are more dominate then a demon and a dragon. Both powerful beings are used to being on top of their lives and their sex partners. But someone will have to give to make this work, now which of the two men will be strong enough to release some of their control and submit? I was smiling from the get-go, rubbing my hands together in anticipation. Zee and Daniel are two of the strongest personalities in the novel. To bring them together as a couple is genius and the story is a blast to read. I’m not about to give a single clue, about who came out on top. Their relationship is the most enjoyable of the book, probably because you could just envision the constant combustion between the two men. I adored them! I felt that BDSM is used lightly in this book. Cereus is being built as a BDSM resort. It is an exclusive club for paranormals who wish to partake in erotic play for the body and the senses. Playrooms are mentioned but never used, due to the fact they are under construction. Light bondage, spankings, sensory games and D/s relationships are apparent and used during sexual encounters, but didn’t overpower the story. The three authors did a great job collaborating on the different tales. The book is sensually written and the strong foundations of the relationships are evident. I am looking forward to the continuation of this series. This is three delicious stories all woven together to make a tapestry of erotic pleasures. Make your reservations today!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.