Daniel Oliver wants something more. As members of the prestigious BDSM club known as The Vault and co-owners in a veterinary clinic, he hopes that one day he and Jamie will find that perfect woman to share, not just at the club but forever. He never thought she'd walk through their door. Or ask for his best friend.
Finally rid of her abusive ex and living on her own terms, Melissa Stanford has done everything she can to protect the only man she's ever loved. Only she never counted on Daniel, a man who ignites enough sizzle in her body to compete with her passion for her first love. In order for them to be happy, she must find a way to convince Jamie that he was never the monster he thought himself to be...
Reader Discretion: This book contains sexually explicit content and coarse language, which is only suitable for mature readers over the age of 18, including but not limited to sex with multiple partners (menage m/f/m), light bondage, wax play, spanking and public scenes in an adult club.
Wicked Indulgence is the 3rd book overall in The Vault Series, the second in the menage sub-series Friends and More.
Books in The Vault Series has been fortunate to place or win in various contests. Wicked Indulgence has the following awards:
1st Place Ménage Romance Readers Favorite 2016, BDSM Ménage Romance
1st Place, North Texas Romance Writers of America, The Carolyn Readers Choice Award 2016, Erotic Romance
Finalist, Colorado Romance Writers, 2016 Award of Excellence, Erotic Romance Category
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.65(d)|
About the Author
Anne juggles a full time job and a family. She's a Canadian who lives in Eastern Ontario with her wonderfully supportive husband, three awesome kids, Rocky the bearded dragon, and Lily the chocolate lab.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
well-written and hot! really enjoyed it
*Arc Provided for Honest Review* While this book was about a threesome and a ménage and BDSM, it was written so well that the focus is truly about two friends who happen to be partners at work. One is given a second chance at happiness. But that decision will effect his partner and best friend so a careful decision must be made, but not without the whole truth. Jamie lives with the guilt of a mistake he made when he was younger. That mistake has carved who he has grown into and weighs heavily on his decisions in his current life. Daniel, his best friend, doesn't know ALL Jamie's secrets but knows that his partner and best friend is a really good, honest trustworthy guy. So when Jamie's past appears before him, he needs to either deal with it and face the honest truth from that night or move on and let it go. Melissa is visited by a few skeletons from her past throughout the story. Melissa wants to visit The Vault, the BDSM club her bosses own. She has a sense she would enjoy that but wants to explore it first. She's never explored the lifestyle before and it interests her. Very, very much. She learned the hard way and almost lost her life. Now it's time to be smart. Melissa, a strong female character, must overcome so many hurdles to find happiness. Melissa finds friendship with Daniel and Jamie before anything can happen between them. She is protected by her faux brothers, Kade, Kyle and Gabe who found her at her lowest moment in her life. They help her get back on her feet and she instantly becomes family. So anyone who messes with Melissa messes with them. The three brothers own The Vault, a BDSM exclusive club, the one Melissa wants to explore. Thank goodness they look after and protect her. This is my first Anne Lange book and I enjoyed it. I like books in this genre so it was a fun read for me. I enjoyed the friendship focus with the BDSM and ménage sprinkled in. The BDSM scenes were very descriptive with a visual of what was going on in the club. Nothing was distasteful, it was all written very well. The sex scenes were amazing, they just kept getting better and better. The storyline outside of the sex had me worried and upset, concerned and sad, happy and pleased all throughout the story. This was one of those books I didn't want to put down, I kept turning page after page because I didn't want to stop reading. Nor did I want the story to end but speaking of ending...what an ending it was. It might have been the best scene. (Don't skip ahead just to read it, you will be spoiled.) My only negative thought was too much inner dialogue between character discussions. Too much background knowledge was given that I found myself skimming to get back to the conversation. Most of the stuff was pertinent to the story, so it couldn't be taken out but it just seemed like there was a lot of time between lines of conversation. But I stil enjoyed the book!