Every woman at the Devil’s Den strip club has a story to tell, and Macey Taylor is no exception. Smart and self-reliant, she’s got a chip on her shoulder, a broken heart, and no patience for a sexy new manager with an Ivy League pedigree and a strict set of rules. Macey prefers to break rules, something she lets Joshua Camden know from the start—even as he ignites a fire in her that goes beyond the hottest club in town.
Joshua is working the Devil’s Den for all it’s worth, learning everything he can about the adult-entertainment game before investing in a place of his own. Macey is a surprise: a woman as strong-willed as she is gorgeous. Joshua wants to get inside her world, to see through her eyes. But he soon discovers that seduction is a two-way street—and expecting redemption without risking his heart may be the greatest sin of all.
While I enjoyed the first two books in the Devil's Den series, I wasn't chomping at the bit to read the third one so I'm a little late to the party seeing as this book came out May 12, but I wanted to see the series through. You can read my full review for the first book here.
This one was hard for me to rate and review because I very much enjoy the ideas behind the stories she writes, but the more I read from her I realize I may not be a fan of her style in general. Which is sad because she has these awesome ideas they just aren't executed as well as other things I'm reading so it falls below par.
There's an instant love story, but a lot of back and forth between the main characters that had their relationship developed at a slower pace could have been prevented.
I still feel like the love scenes are a bit too much and choppy which is something I believe I've mentioned for this author before.
I tend to fly through these books because she has the ability to draw the reader in and keep them (raises hand) hooked. I tend to overlook a lot of the things because I want to know what happens with the story.
I'm normally all about the love but this story just didn't do it for me and I was left feeling like the entire book didn't show me what the synopsis eluded to.
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I was provided with a copy of sIN in exchange for my honest review.