Review: The-Adonis By Charity Parkerson

The-AdonisTitle: The-Adonis
Author: Charity Parkerson
Rating: 4/5 Stars

Grecian Fantasies hosts one of the hottest balls in town, a naughty-nobody-knows-your-name masquerade that is not only exclusive, but is also not for the faint of heart.
Pleasure, fantasy, fetish, and vice are all on the menu at this ball. The only thing not up for grabs is the notorious woman behind its creation, but that is about to change.” (description from Goodreads)

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Parkerson weaves an interesting love triangle into this sexy story.

The book starts out at a party where “no one knows each other” and they can be free to act out their wildest fantasies. But it doesn’t take long for it to turn into something much more. The main character Rob is working security for the event. But it’s not until after the party is over that things start to get interesting.

What takes place next can’t be talked about too much because it’ll lead to some spoiling of the story. (Shorter works tend to force me to cut back on what I’d like to say.) But I think it was well put together and well written. I wasn’t expecting as much of a depth to the relationship that developed between the two main characters. I wish there was maybe even a little more to the story so I could enjoy that aspect just a bit longer. Extending it may have brought in even more sexy scenes too 😉

Overall this was a great story to read. I was only left wondering about the ex-husband’s whereabouts. He’s not a major player in the story, but for the me the detail caught my eye. I can’t talk too much about that either, regretfully, but it didn’t take away from the story.

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About the Author

Charity Parkerson was born in Tennessee where she still lives with her husband and two sons. She made the bestsellers in Contemporary Romance list with her book “A Secure Heart”, and her paranormal Sinners Series, was voted as one of the top ten “Best books by an Indie author in 2011″

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