Rating: 4 of 5 Kinks!
A superhero with a kink.
Kade, a superhero, has loved Lana for years. When she is kidnapped by his archenemy, it is up to him to save her and take care of the pain inflicted by a powerful aphrodisiac, which can only be relieved by orgasm. He uses his unique power of self-replication to give him the ability to make love to her as two men, her ultimate fantasy.
That one night was his dream come true, but he knows he will never be able to let her go again and is determined to spend the rest of his life with her.
Lana has only ever played with toys and is thrilled by Kade’s ability to replicate himself so that she can finally feel what it’s like to make love with two men. But can she accept him into her bed and into her life?
I have to stay, for a quick, sweet read, this was entirely too sexy for its own good. I was very tempted to drop it onto the erotica site because of the hotness factor this book had. Alas, it has a happy ending and a very to the point erotic romance storyline. With all that being said, I enjoyed it. I am very much a sucker for superheroes. I am a nerd, a fan, and when you add sex into my ultimate nerd fantasy, I am a goner. No matter how sweet and happy you make the ending. I was in love with this story from the moment I started reading, and it was a group of super heroes playing poker (you have to wonder if this is fair for any of them.) But somehow it all worked. The characters were clever and well developed, I didn’t get the sense that any of them were ringing to cookie cutter. I really liked the heroine; she was smart and totally hot. She was the ‘ugly pretty girl’ I like to call them. She is totally hot without really knowing it. She wasn’t the stereo typical skinny hottie that is in most books. She noted her extra weight to her love of food, and yet the handsome hero loves her all the more. You got to love a woman with curves! I know I do.
It was a very quick read, with an easy going storyline, with not too much action. But the author wrote the characters just too darned likable! Would I have liked more superhero play? Yes, I would have. Only because those are the best parts, it brings out the heroes vulnerability and you sometimes need that action sequence to show that even a hero can be taken down and beat. I think the author was going more for a behind the scenes vantage; a day in the life, if you will. There was a rescue, and of course that lead to outrageously hot kinky sex. Could we really ask for anything more? Lynn is not on my author watch list, can’t wait for another book!