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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

4/5 Review: Secret Pleasure by Lora Leigh




In Secret Pleasure by #1 New York Times bestselling author Lora Leigh, Sebastian and Shane De Loren were born to love Alyssa Hampstead. No other woman on Earth can burn for them, ignite with passion between them, the way Alyssa does. But after three sensual months of pleasure come to a crashing halt, Sebastian and Shane are left fighting their powerful family, risking it all to have Alyssa one more time... 
Alyssa has closed off her heart. A senator's daughter in the political spotlight, she'd rather be quiet and safe than feel the emotional intensity Sebastian and Shane roused within her years ago. But when the sexy cousins blaze their way back into her life, Alyssa cannot help but succumb to the heady pleasures the two men can give her. And as an unknown enemy draws near, Alyssa will need Sebastian and Shane to protect her...and satisfy every forbidden craving...

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I have loved every book Lora Leigh has created and have never needed to read the blurb to a book to know I would love it. Secret Pleasures is no different.

Secret Pleasures revolve around cousins, Bastion and Shane who are both 24. They share the love of women together literally and live a very full life in doing so. This all changes the night Miss Alyssa walks in on them during a Christmas party. They both know she is too young for them, a very tender 18 and try their best to leave her alone. The problem is they cant, they have tasted her lips and yearn for more. They learn she is to travel to France in the Summer and there starts their endeavour to win her over.

Once their love starts its certain to burn with one touch. The story is dramatic, sexy and has all the sex scenes that we have come to love about Lora Leigh novels. The slow seduction of Alyssa is a highlight of the story. The way both Shane and Bastion make a perfect combination; both having very special qualities to give. They know she is their one love that completes them and everything they do is to entice her so that she gives to them what she has taken from them; their heart. Alyssa is both sweet and innocent and highly independent. She brings with her great depth and you can identify with her how every child leaving home for the first time feels, needing the independence that life can give you away from the protection of the family.

Secret Pleasures isnt my favourite of her stories but I am still much better of having read it than to have never known this story. Do yourself a favour and buy the book today for a nice steamy evening.