The rules of Society X are simple . . . break them and you're out.
Rule #1 - No names
It doesn't matter if you want to know, it's forbidden.
Rule #2 - No exchanging numbers
It doesn't matter if you want to call, it's forbidden.
Rule #3 - Everything is to remain strictly anonymous.
It doesn't matter if you want to tell, it's forbidden.
Whatever your desire.
Whatever your fetish.
The Play Room is the place to go.
For Alexandria Miller, it’s a chance to express herself, to embrace her hidden passions.
For Kai Robicheau, being in the club brings out who he truly is.
What happens in the Play Room will have you aching for more . . .
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About the Author
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author L. P. Dover is a southern belle living in North Carolina with her husband and two beautiful girls. Before she began her literary journey she worked in periodontics, enjoying the wonderment of dental surgeries. She loves to write, but she also loves to play tennis, go on mountain hikes and white water rafting, and has a passion for singing. Her two youngest fans expect a concert each and every night before bedtime, usually Christmas carols. Dover has written countless novels, including her Forever Fae series, the Second Chances series, the Gloves Off series, the Armed & Dangerous series, the Royal Shifters series, the Society X series, the Circle of Justice series, and her standalone novel Love, Lies, and Deception. Her favorite genre to read and write is romantic suspense, but if she got to choose a setting in which to live, it would be with her faeries in the Land of the Fae. L.P. Dover is represented by Marisa Corvisiero of Corvisiero Literary Agency and Italia Gandolfo of Gandolfo Helin & Fountain Literary Management for dramatic rights.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
While this is the third book in this series, it was my first and it can definitely be read as a standalone. I didn't feel lost in any way by not reading the first two but I definitely want to read them after finishing this. Kai is new to town and is taken to Society X by one of his new coworkers. He's not really interested in being there or being a member so when it's offered, he fills out the application in the most ridiculous things thinking he'll never return. Alex has little experience with men. When her friend tells her about Society X she decides to give it a try. She has decided that everything she's ever wanted to try, she will try here under the cloak of anonymity. The connection between Kai and Alex was immediate. If you ever had a doubt that fate truly exists, this book will make you a believer. This story had a ton of heat and fantastic characters. I can't wait to go back and read the first two books in this series!! *This is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*
Kai and Alexandria are my new favorite couple of this series, I probably say this after each book! Heidi and LP once again are magic together in this 3rd installment (each can be read as a standalone) writing such a heartfelt and sweet seamless story yet still sizzling hot at the same time. They develop these characters you instantly care about knowing they are so genuine and you can't help but want them to find their HEA. I highly recommend this book and series!
Kai...his name alone makes me all melty. He's a the all around perfect BBF and he makes you want to reach into the pages pull him out and have him all to yourself! Once he set he sites on Alex he pursued her but not to the point of being over the top and I think that was just what Alex needed. As always the sex scenes for this series is HOT! I would enter the Play Room anyday with Kia
5 SEXY PLAY ROOM STARS!! Wow, what a fun sexy story that will keep you turning pages. I love both of these authors, so when they team up you get a phenomenal story. Kai and Alexandria meet in the Play Room at Society X, but they do not know each other due to confidential rules. I loved seeing this story play out for these two with all the feels. I highly recommend this book. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
Heidi McLaughlin & L.P. Dover deliver once again!! Loved the latest in the Society X series! Okay let's break this down shall we?! Play Room is the last (I'm pretty sad about this actually) in the Society X books and this one continues the exploration in this third of the private rooms. The room brings together Kai Robicheau and Alexandria Miller. Kai is definitely reluctantly checking out Society X, while Alex wants the anonymity and freedom that the private room offers. While the series may revolve around a sex club, the story wasn't really so much about that as it was taking a chance, trying something new and then connecting to the other person. That was consistent thru the series, the connection to their partner. It was about exploration and realizing what worked for the individual and knowing when something felt wrong, like for Kai. Kai was reluctant and at times turned off by the club, but he is drawn to his partner and what he feels when he's with her. The same was true for Alex as she just wants the freedom to explore his sexual fantasies without judgment. When she and Kai meet outside the club, they feel that same draw but are confused by it in a way because of "their partner at X" and what they get from the other there. The story was very balanced and the writing between Heidi and L is so seamless. I truly liked both of these characters. Loved the ease and comfort they have with each other, all the while trying to navigate their feelings amid hiding the secret of the play room. The club was a catalyst, but fate had them connecting in multiple ways even if they didn't know it. I so loved this series and hope you'll give it a chance!
3.75 stars--- PLAY ROOM is the third installment in the contemporary, adult SOCIETY X erotic, romance series co-authored by Heidi McLaughlin and LP Dover. This is real estate developer Kai Robicheau, and twenty five year old preacher’s daughter/ caterer Alexandria Miller’s story line. Society X is an exclusive sex club where membership has its’ privileges and sometimes the cost is too high. PLAY ROOM can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty. Told from dual first person perspectives (Kai and Alexandria) PLAY ROOM follows the building relationship between real estate developer Kai Robicheau, and caterer Alexandria Miller. Alex is a twenty five year old virgin with very little sexual experience. When a friend suggests a membership at the exclusive Portland sex club Society X Alex is reluctant to join. But a quick tour, and the enticement of anonymous sexual pleasure has our heroine considering her options for the future. Enter real estate developer Kai Robicheau, a man looking for no-strings attached sexual rendezvous as his time in Portland is limited to the expiry date on his current job. What ensues are the nameless and faceless sexual encounters between Kai and Alexandria; and the building relationship between our leading couple that begins to crumble with the discovery of their mutual Society X clandestine meetings. The relationship between Kai and Alexandria begins as an anonymous affair: the nameless, faceless meetings at Society X find our couple, individually hoping for something more but something that is never going to happen as per the rules of the exclusive Society X. Meeting one another at a local function finds Alex and Kai pushing aside their evening rendezvous, neither one knowing, the other is their anonymous sexual fling. There is a large ensemble cast of secondary and supporting characters including the local Sweet Briar mayor, Pastor Larry, Kai co-workers on the real estate development, as well as a number of friends and family who push our heroine to find the man of her dreams. The world building focuses on the building relationship between Kai and Alexandria-Society X does not play a major role in the story line but does bring together our leading couple, if only for anonymous sexual encounters. PLAY ROOM is a sweeter , tamer story line than the previous two installments. There is very little conflict other than the ‘unknown’ but saying that the introduction of Alex’s high school sweetheart felt out of place, and added no anxious or conflicting moments. The premise is engaging but it lacked the excitement of the previous books; the characters are likeable and heartwarming; the romance is seductive and passionate although I question how neither one physically recognized the other once their time together took a more personal turn. The $ex scenes are intimate without the use of over the top, sexually graphic language and text.