For fans of New York Times bestselling authors E. L. James, Sylvia Day, and J. Kenner comes the third part of international bestselling author Marina Anderson's erotic series The Dining Club.Part Three: CraveGrace has had her first taste of the Dining Club . . . and she's already addicted. Now,... show more
For fans of New York Times bestselling authors E. L. James, Sylvia Day, and J. Kenner comes the third part of international bestselling author Marina Anderson's erotic series The Dining Club.Part Three: CraveGrace has had her first taste of the Dining Club . . . and she's already addicted. Now, as she counts down the days until her next erotic challenge at the Club, she can't stop thinking about David's stamina and the earth-shattering pleasures that await her.When a stunning red dress arrives from David, Grace feels more ready than ever to meet the Club's next test. But the new challenge that awaits her is more dangerous than decadent-dazzling Club member Amber is more eager than ever to win David's affection, and Grace must do whatever it takes to keep him.(8,000 words)
Publish date: September 3rd 2013
Publisher: Hatchette Digital
Pages no: 35
Edition language: English
Series: The Dining Club (#3)
2 stars. This review also appears on Steamy Guys After Dark.Crave, the third installment in the Dining Club series picks up right where Bound ended. This one has Grace's friend, Fran, warning her that even though David is a rich financier, he's got a reputation for being a ladies' man and never ha...
*Copy received through Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* I haven't read the first two books in the series but I knew what I was going to deal with and it didn't bother me to not knowing what happened before. At first I thought it would have been a quick and sexy read but well, it was more b...
Thanks to NetGalley and the publishers for these books I read these first 5 parts straight after each other and now I'm not sure what happened in what part, so I'm just gonna review them all together... Grace and David have some wicked chemistry, when they're on the same page and not questioning...
This is a quick review, because that was the quickest I've gone through a galley in quite some time. Not much really happened in this part of the serial novel, to be honest. My mental filter kicked in when I hit the sensual scenes, because I couldn't really believe it - it was just a complete discon...