Thursday, June 27, 2013

My Wicked Devil

Title:  My Wicked Devil
Author:  Ann Mayburn
Publisher:  Loose Id, LLC
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ISBN/BIN:  978-1-62300-331-9
Genre:  {M/F}, {F/F}, BDSM, Series
Rating: 5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer:  Amazon Nymph

Kira sees Lord Bryan at Club Wicked and doesn’t want anyone else help her overcome the pain she has when she has sex.  Bryan isn’t sure he wants to do it, because Kira is a celebrity and could bring his past back into the public eye, but can’t deny their chemistry.

My Wicked Devil is the third book in the Club Wicked series and brings several issues involving BDSM and public perception.  Most of the public perception is that BDSM is abusive, when it is actually a power exchange between the people involved.  Trust is a big issue and that is brought out big time in this story as Kira is an adrenaline junkie that hasn’t really learned her limits, even after her accident.  This is a big issue with Bryan as he does not want to hurt her by pushing her too far.

The author did a great job explaining what a sadist and masochist is and how they complement each other.  The fact that Kira is turning to BDSM to try to get past the pain of having intercourse, so she can eventually have a family, was an interesting concept.  I loved Bryan now that there was more information so the reader gets to know him, especially with the glimpses we had in previous books. 

The chemistry between the two is hot and both have to make choices about how they want to proceed when there are a lot of trust issues.  I did have to laugh at Kira’s spunk, even knowing she would pay for it later.  Both are very strong with very strong personalities, which play havoc, especially in Bryan’s life.

I loved Laurence and had to laugh at the scene where he made Bryan listen to Kira.  I also would have loved to know what Bryan said to Kira’s sister after putting up with her attitude for awhile.  Several characters from the previous books also make an appearance. 

I am so looking forward to the next books in this series, because Club Wicked has so much to offer readers.  These books need to be read in order as several references from past stories will make more sense.

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