When an author decides to start a series, us, readers never know if all the stories will have the same quality, the same intensity. When I fall in love with an author, I fall hard. And this is the case with Sophie Oak. This author knows exactly how to use plot and romance, emphasize the plots in general and pick very strong characters and of course what I love the most, women with strong personalities.
This series has it all: intensity, suspense, hot sex, humor, lovable and credible characters. Everything is in there. period.
All books can be read as stand alone but since we find the same characters in each book, it is better to follow the series in order. Book 3 is a MF and book #1 and book #2 are menage
My preference will be book #4, Lost in Bliss. Even now, I just shake my head and think that there is not a single negative thing to say about this story. And I must say that it is the first time that I was not tempted to read the last chapter to know who the killer was. And this is not me. I mean, I know this is a terrible habit but I have to read the last couple of pages to make sure that it is a happy ending. I just have to. Seems that I have the same habit with my detergent... I have to put an extra cup. I just have to. sigh...
Ok. Back to Lost in Bliss. I love to read how a woman can be a survivor and be able to rebuild her confidence and trust and be no longer a victim. Sophie Oak explained extremely well when she says:
When you've been through something like that, you feel utterly powerless. I know that some people would curl up and sink into the first affectionate person they could find, but people like me and Laura, we leave. I'm not talking about just walking away. We leave emotionally. We retreat because it's easier than feeling.
Lost in Bliss is about a woman who decide to leave everything behind her to start to move on. It is also the story of two men who fell for the same woman but had no idea how to handle a menage relationship and learned how to do it, learned how to share for the love of the same woman.
This story was very credible. I know that credible is just a word but for me credible is one word I put on top of the list when I have to list how I justify why I love a book.
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