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Sated: A Dark Romance (Wrecked Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
This book has some seriously hot characthers in and scorching sex scenes containing a total mix of MF, MMF and MMMF!
I dont think I could explain book if I tried at the moment and even if I sleep on it would still struggle.
I really liked Trey but Killian was very sexy as was Lyric, Arbor she enjoyed them all - but to what end? you'll have to make your own mind up!
4 steaming hot sex with a twist stars.
**I was gifted a copy of this book for an honest review**
This book definitely took me outside of my comfort zone in the 'Romance/Erotica' genre. This was a bit of a rollercoaster ride for me - and I felt there were both good and bad points about the book. I do not want to go in to detail about the story itself as I hate to read spoilers in a review.
Firstly the good - the sexual content was sizzling with the addition of MMF/MMMF scenes which I have not encountered in previous reads and the storyline was intriguing. I found the book somewhat confusing to start with but expected things to fall in to place as it developed. I was keen to discover more about the characters and did feel the writer managed to portray a variety of emotions and feelings.
However, there is a real negative for me and that was how I felt after finishing the book. I was so much more confused at the end than I had felt during the book and there was a definite sense of an anti-climax. I would go as far as to say that I really disliked how the book finished, but gave a 3 star rating as an overall as there were positives and negatives for me.
This is a must read, it will confuse you, but you will have to carry on reading and there will be scenes that are so hot, you won't know what to do with yourself.
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SATED left me feeling like I got hit by a Mac truck, but damn if I don't want more of it.
Arbor Sinclair's nights take her to the arms of Killian Moore and Lyric Winters, musicians who make love to her, and one another, all night long. Her days are invaded by Detective Trey Murphy, searching for satanic and ritualistic homicides in New Orleans. She's caught between dreams and reality, truth and fantasy, past and present. It's hard to determine what's real and what's memory and what's figments of her overactive imagination. All she knows is that she can trust her heart totally when it comes to all of the men, even when her mind is screaming something different.
So, SATED. I honestly don't know what to say about this incredibly strange yet captivating story. It's gothic and gritty and confusing as hell, but something about it drew me in immediately and made me not want to look away until the wildly crazy end. I could NOT figure out what I was reading, what was reality, what was Arbor's memories, her dreams. Even when the final page was turned and the ending ended, I was left with more questions than answers. And I liked it. I got choked up, I wanted more...and I was utterly confused as to why. I want more of Ms. Parkerson's special brand of insanity.
Review copy provided via Reading Alley in exchange for an honest review.
I do have to say that it was a bit confusing to follow because it would go back and forth between the characters and present and past. However, when you find out the reason, it totally makes sense.
These men are HOT and who wouldn't want to be in Arbor's shoes? I love the way that they get together and the scenes are very STEAMY! Their emotions are intense. It sucked me in.
I don't want to say too much because I don't want to give away any hints to what happens, but I am definitely going to re-read this one!
Take heed, Sated is a book you must pay attention to as you read. It is not a light read and by that I am not saying that it’s a dark read, but rather Ms. Parkerson reveals Arbor’s story in such a way that you have to be attentive to the obvious state of affairs and the subtle hints that are dropped along the way. All but two chapters begin with what appears to be a journal entry written by Arbor. I was a few chapters into the book before I recognized them as such and found them to be a rather interesting method for providing the history between Arbor, Killian, Lyric, and Trey. Initially they seemed to contradict what was happening outside of the journal, which is what caused my confusion. It, and the book being set in New Orleans, also led to some rather interesting hypotheses on my part as to what was going on and all I will say on that is… things are not as they appear.
As their story played out – alternating between the past and the present – I was enthralled by the relationships that developed. The ménage relationship between Arbor, Killian and Lyric was expected and Ms. Parkerson delivered on some seriously hot sex scenes between the three. While I was not actually surprised that Arbor and Trey also connected, I was pleasantly shocked by how their first time together proceeded. Yowser! That was HOT! With each sexual encounter that occurred, I was torn between which romantic entanglement would be the best for Arbor and while I would have loved to be in her shoes during those encounters, I didn’t envy her having to choose. Arbor’s situation became even less enviable as the end of the book neared and just when I thought I knew what had happened another piece of information was revealed that made me rethink it. At this point I should note that I finished the book and wrote most of this review several hours ago and as I reread my review and mulled over the book, I feel more confident about what I believe happened and yep, it’s still freaking awesome. I’m already looking forward to rereading Sated so I can confirm my suspicion and enjoy the heck out of Arbor’s journey.
I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
Reviewed by Angela at Crystal's Many Reviewers!