Taboo - Jayne Rylon, Opal Carew & Avery Aster

Taboo

By Jayne Rylon, Opal Carew & Avery Aster

  • Release Date: 2017-07-17
  • Genre: Suspense

Description

One luxury building holds six penthouse apartments owned by kinky Manhattanites. Their sizzling stories will be told throughout the Penthouse Pleasures series from New York Times bestselling authors Opal Carew, Jayne Rylon, and Avery Aster.

From trailer trash to elite New York City lawyer, Casey Clark has transformed her life. There’s only one change she regrets. The one that left her blazing her trail alone.

Her tough ex-boyfriend Jace West has made a career of protecting people in bad situations, just like he always did for her. When Casey finds something in her new penthouse apartment that could put her in danger, he’s the first one to volunteer to keep her body safe—even if it puts their hearts at risk again.

Jace counts on his partner Ian to chaperone his alone time with Casey. Instead, it seems the guy balances out Jace’s rough edges with a suave sophistication Casey always craved. The combination has the potential to fill the void in her life that money, power, and ambition can’t…if she’s bold enough to take what she wants from each of them.

Venturing into taboo territory, Casey could become the woman Jace has always needed. The kind who’s enough for not just one super sexy man, but two of them.

Reviews

  • Fun, quick, smexy read!

    4
    By Kahea46/Books n Wine Blog
    ***4 ‘Good Cop/Bad Cop’ Stars*** This was a fun, steamy read with a little mystery/suspense tossed in and a lot of heart all packed into one very well written novella. Within the first moments of Casey, Jace and Ian colliding I wanted them to find a way to have a future together. Even though things move quickly, there was a sense of balance and rightness ~ and all kinds of smexy as hell sparks ~ between them, even with Casey and Jace’s issues stirring the pot a little, which actually brought them together a lot faster than had the never existed. I ended up falling in love with Ian (I’m thinking I need an Ian in my life), but loved Casey and Jace as well. I’m quite picky when it comes to menage romances and while this one doesn’t fulfill everything I like to happen, I find that it doesn’t bother me here because the emotional connect rans quite deep so it worked for me in the end. The writing was engaging and was quite seamless, considering that three authors were dipping their proverbial pens into the pot and I liked how the little mystery/suspense issue was dealt with. If you’re looking for a quick, low on drama and angst and high on smexy and heart read, then pick up this little novella. You won’t be sorry! ~ Copy provided by the author & voluntarily reviewed ~