…..took me on an emotional roller coaster ride, that left me panting for more! ~ Guilty Pleasures
Lucia Roa needs a miracle to keep her fledgeling event planning business from going under. When she gets word about the opportunity of a lifetime to do a Valentine’s Day party for an elite club in Washington D.C. she jumps at the chance, only finding out that the party isn’t for just any club, it is for the premier private BDSM club, Wicked. Desperate for a chance to make the social and professional connections that this job would offer, she agrees to a most unconventional business arrangement with the handsomest man she’s ever met.
CEO Isaac O’Keefe swore off relationships years ago after having his heart broken and his bank account emptied by his gold digging first wife. He thought he’d managed to keep his heart under lock and key, but when Lucia walks into his office he is instantly drawn to the fiery beauty in a way he’s never felt before. He convinces Lucia to take the position as event planner for Wicked’s Valentine’s Day Party, but in order to make the event a success, something he needs to happen to secure his place on the board at Wicked, he must give her a crash course at all the dark pleasures BDSM has to offer. What starts out as a business partnership quickly turns into something more as Lucia breaks down every wall around his heart without even trying. Isaac must then make a choice, push Lucia away and continue to live a safe, but lonely life, or open himself up again to the greatest pain and pleasure in the world.
My Wicked Valentine took me on an emotional roller coaster ride, that left me panting for more! The depth and character that each of her characters have is amazing!
It all starts with an upcoming Valentines Day party at the top BDSM club in D.C. where a just starting event planner (Lucia Roa) gets set up by her mentor, and meets a prominent member of the club (Isaac O’Keefe). Fireworks erupt between the two, setting the stage for the intense heat and passion throughout the story. But can two people from two totally backgrounds and circumstances make a go of it? You’ll just have to read the book.
I know. I’m so mean right? But you wouldn’t appreciate me giving the book away, so I won’t. * grins*
This book I think will touch a lot of us who have self image problems, or have been through bad relationships. I know we’ve all been there, and even if you’re in a happy relationship now, that doesn’t mean you haven’t had your ups and downs. But as this book demonstrates you have to sometimes take what you have and simply trust your partner to be there to catch you should you stumble, and to care for you when you need it.