Want to take a peek behind that red velvet curtain? Come join our Club Alpha authors as they take you into the inner sanctums of some of the hottest, most exclusive clubs you’ll ever have the privilege of witnessing. Some come for the discipline, some come for the thrill, some come to find sweet passion, but all go away initiated in the ways of love.
Surrender to the dominance of these thirteen novels from bestselling authors including New York Times and USA Today bestsellers Adriana Hunter, Selena Kitt and Terry Towers.
Club Alpha isn’t a place—it’s a state of mind you’re going to want to visit again and again.
Claiming His Tease by Amy Valenti – Josh is all Dom and sexy as hell, and he’s prepared to wait for Lena to come to him. All she has to do is kneel at his feet, and she’ll be his. But is she too stubborn to give him the satisfaction?
“You have me Sir.” said Lena. This book had me puzzled at first. I was truly optioning to skip to the next, but then BAM! I was hooked with he power play between Lena and Josh. I had to see it “played” out. LOL : ) Lena’s character had me visualizing the geek with a naughty secret. Josh, on the other hand, confused my visualization process until later in the story. When it was stated that he had just arrived from London, I thought of this sexy Channing Tatum like man with a British accent, only to later be diffused by finding out he was just there on business. Either way, he was sexy. : )
I liked the book overall and if this is what you like to read then it’s just for you.
Breaking Boundaries by Sienna Stapleton – With the hopes of expanding her sexual horizons, Sara books a weekend at a sexual therapy retreat. Once there, she quickly learns that the weekend will be much more than she bargained for.
Sarah is a woman who has been raised that being a curvy woman is not sexy. Well, thank God her lover doesn’t feel that way. Adam truly loves her and just wants to show her how much, but because of the teachings of Sara‘s mother, her self esteem is broken and it is affecting their sex life. To remedy this, Sara registered for what she thought was a simple couples retreat. Little did she know that she would be in for one glorious weekend involving sexual exploratory BDSM. The love between Sara and Adam that was once on shaky ground grows much more solid and stronger. One thing that I like about reading these books is that I get to read an new author and experience various reading styles.
The Billionaires’ Club: Deceiving Him by Terry Towers – Going under cover, Lexie finds herself in a world like none other. After she meets the sexy billionaire Vince and is introduced to unimaginable pleasures, can she still go through with her expose?
Fearing the loss of her job as a reporter, Lexie decided that she needed the story of all stories to present to her boss to secure her job. A story of the elicit but very secluded “Billionaires’ Club”. You must be a member to get into this club and then have your active participation described by an identification badge. This book proved that the art of deception comes with consequences and Lexie’s went by the name of Vince. Using the help of her BFF Nadine, who is a waitress at the club, Lexie was able to sneak in via the back door. The funny thing is that the badge that Nadine provided for her was not what she was ready for. I look forward to reading part two of this series.
Club Soria by Emilia Kincade – Maya’s life is falling apart. She runs away to Thailand to find some peace. When she is invited to Club Soria, she doesn’t know what to expect. Her ‘awakening’ catches her entirely by surprise.
Maya thought that her life was falling apart when her jerk of a boyfriend decided that she wasn’t what he desired anymore. After kicking him to the curb, she decided that she needed to get away and what better way to do that than to visit her sister in Thailand. There, her sister thought that she needed to get out and have fun at a place called Club Soria. This club was owned and operated by a secretive billionaire named Javier. Little did Maya know that Javier would be the answer that she needed to make her feel alive.
The Sybian Club by Selena Kitt – Tasha convinces husband, Max, to buy a Sybian, starting a club to pay for it. Friend Ashley helps but Tasha doesn’t know how to tell Max she wants to add more to their sex life than just a new toy.
His Desire, her Surrender by Malia Mallory – When Marcus tracks Tabitha down to resume the sizzling affair they began in the islands, can Tabitha prove that she has what it takes to be both his partner and his submissive?
Escape by PJ Adams – Just who is the masked stranger at Club Extraordinaire and what is it that draws Julie so powerfully? Is it the way he’s so confident and masterful? Or is it that he reminds her so strongly of her ex?
Pavlov by Arden Aoide – Tyrone Parker had obstinacy down to an art and was the reigning champion of Having the Last Word. He had his own definition of Domination that had women running away fast. Until the one that stayed.
Control: Masters of the Sanctuary by Elsa Day – When Amy sneaks into the sanctuary, she has no idea what she’s in for. She runs into trouble, and Master J is the only one who can help her. But his health comes with a price: her total submission.
At the Billionaire’s Command by Juliette Jaye – Recent small town transplant to New York City Sophie never expects to hook up with the billionaire boss of her company. But the even bigger surprise is when she finds herself falling in love with him.
Rough Edges by Adriana Hunter – I didn’t expect to wake up, unable to move. When he told me that I was a player in his wicked game I knew I had made a mistake. I didn’t ask for this. I didn’t want it. At least not in the beginning.
Club Red by Sophie Sawyer – When curvy beauty Tori visits Club Red for no-strings fun, the last thing she expects is to find everything she ever wanted.
Precious Pet by Candy Quinn – What started as a way to make some extra money ended with a demi-god opening college student Rachael’s mind to the bliss and freedom of submission.
Review: The other books in the box set were alright. Some took me over the edge, but the others didn’t get me at all. I guess I am just prone to paranormal romance novels. So if you are into BDSM then I guess this box set is for you.