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Posted May 8, 2013
"First, let me say, Nicole you have blown me away again with your incredible talent.
From the first paragraph in the book, you drew me back into the incredible story of family and friends. Your imagination has no boundaries.
I didn't want this book to end. For me, there were so many surprises that I did not expect (Travis and Gage / Zane and Beau). I loved how you touched a little on all of the brothers and cousins as well as including the Club Destiny family. I can't get enough of them!
Thank you for giving us, the readers, the chance to be a part of your imagination through your writing. Looking forward to the rest of the Walker Brothers."
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Posted November 4, 2013
Posted May 13, 2013
Love this series! My only complaint is that Nicole Edwards cannot write fast enough!! Loved Zane, really looking forward to Travis.
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Posted April 22, 2014
I enjoyed the whole series. The Walker family and friends have their difference but each is special in their own way. Each of the brothers are close and connected. All characters repeat during the series. I was intrigued with the characters and can't wait for more books to come out. I would encourage to read them in order.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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Posted March 8, 2014
HOLY MOLY!!! I have first got exposed to Nicole Edwards’s genius with her Club Destiny Series. Thanks to Cheeky Chick who raved about Kaleb, book #1, I have now been exposed to the Alluring Indulgence series. I have now purchased the other books in this series Zane (book #2), Travis (book#3), Holidays with the Walker Brothers (book #3.5) and Ethan (book #5). There are three still not available yet but I’ve added them to my Goodreads TBR, Braydon (book #6), Sawyer (book #7) and Brendon (book #8).
This book is about Zane Walker the youngest brother of the Walker clan. The story picks up where it left off at the end of Kaleb’s book. He has fallen for the Vanessa “V” and she tries to fight his relentless pursuit because she wants a happily ever after and doesn’t think he is ready to settle down. Zane is a domineering man and he makes it his mission to wear her defenses down until she lets him inside the walls of her barricaded heart. I totally understood why V was leery of pursuing this relationship with Zane. She hadn’t had the easiest upbringing and wanted to make sure to not be labeled with the sins of her mother. Zane and his best friend Beau have to work out their issues with this relationship involving V as the center of this triad. At one point, Zane does something beautiful and selfless and it made me admire this man even more. It shows how big his man’s heart really is. When it comes to life it is about the experiences and it would be pretty dull without them.
The author has given each brother their own book but each story is never truly over. They become support characters in continuation of the series. The reader gets to see the beginning of how each of the brother’s love affairs begins. I filled with anticipate for the next book and am already wondering how their story will play out when it comes to Travis the oldest brother.
When I read this author’s books I now know what to expect. She writes about ménage and but in a way that even Prudence McPrude would enjoy these stories. The Walkers have a reputation and the rumors are true. These boys are kinky with a capital “K”. It’s so well written, it didn’t make me squeamish at all. I have broadened my literary palate and I no longer only like vanilla reads. I like a few nuts and cherry on top. These characters get more from giving pleasure than by receiving it. The dynamics of the ménage a trois arrangements are so well written that seems very possible for these relationships to work in today’s society and withstand the scrutiny. The development of the characters made it easy to go along with the situations and behaviors without so much as an eyebrow raise, well maybe one or two. But honestly, it all comes down to what everyone wants, love, understanding, and to feel safe enough to be that vulnerable with someone.
I highly recommend this book as a palate cleanser for when you need a little something spicier to get the all over warm feeling. Alluring Indulgence is a fabulous series and so is the Destiny Series. Start with the Destiny to get the background of some of the characters in this series but not required. You won’t regret it!
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Posted September 6, 2013
If you are quite reserved this book is not for you.
It is hot, sexy and different to many of the stuff of I have read before.
I loved it and would read it again.
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Posted August 6, 2013
This book has been the best of this series. Loved kalebs story but zanes story gave us a better look into the characterss and their sexual preferences. It was definitely a great reas. Looking to purchase travis story nextWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 1, 2013
the story was okay v really sat on my nerve for 75% of the book with all her constant doubts and worrying she really was the pity of the party for me. it had hot sex scenes but the m/m action was not for me but if its to your liking than you would love this story. overall not a bad story just not to my liking not into m/m wish i had a warning before i purchased the storyWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.