Between two brothers...
Xander Santiago spent years living it up as a billionaire playboy. Never given a chance to lead his family business in the boardroom, he became a master in the bedroom instead. His older brother, Javier, inherited the company and worked tirelessly to make it an empire. But while cutthroat corporate espionage took its toll on Javier, nothing was as devastating as the seemingly senseless murder of his wife. It propelled him into a year of punishing rage and guilt...until Xander came to his rescue.
Eager to rejuvenate Javier's life, Xander shanghais him to Louisiana, where they meet beautiful London McLane. After a decade of tragedy and struggle, London is determined to make a fresh start - and these sexy billionaire brothers are more than willing to help. In every way. London is stunned to find herself open to every heated suggestion...and desperately hoping that her love will heal them.
But a killer is watching, on a single-minded mission to destroy everything the Santiago brothers hold dear, especially London. As fear and desire collide, every passionate beat of her heart could be her last.
©2013 Shelley Bradley (P)2013 Tantor
"The Santiago brothers give Cain and Abel a run for their money as they battle inner demons and each other." (RT Book Reviews)
It just wasn't what I was looking for. And... yeah, just no. I'm all for hot stuff but I had a terrible time getting into this.
I've always been a avid reader so now I'm a avid listener. I prefer the paranormal genre but I do like to switch things up. It's boring if you don't have variety. Of course I do love the romance and the hotter the better. Also, you can't beat a good thriller filled with suspense and a ending you can't even guess at until the very end.
Unrealistic, corny in places, with some real hot sex thrown in. I have to say it's fiction and that's what we listen to fiction for. It was an escape into a erotic wonderland. It's better than book 6 but not as good as books 1-5. I must admit that I did enjoy the sexy bits and some of the other. The big question is the credit worthiness. I would have to leave this one to your discretion because I'm on the fence with this one.
Avid reader and listener!! Love books! I am usually reading one genre of books and listening to another genre. Best of both!
Great narrator and great series. Has a little mystery, strong DOM"s and good plot to keep the book flowing between hot scenes! I don't think this is my favorite of the series, but definitely a great book. If Menage' is not for you, I would not recommend reading this book or the series!
Her performances get better and better and draw you into the characters and stories!
No spoilers! Love HOT, sexy books w/a plot. No vampires, paranormal, teens 4 me. I also review in exchange for books-lots of fun surprises!
Sexy, Intimate, Hot
Sure, not for the faint of heart...The Wicked Lovers are Wickedly Sexy
She is one of my favorites-great & true to character performances; male & female.
It was fantastically hot, however it was 5+ hours in before any really 'activities' started! Not typical of Shayla Black who usually has sexy action right from the beginning-that was a bit frustrating.
Strong language and sexual content
Who wouldn't want this fantasy??? Holy cow. The Santiago brothers are a very nice diversion.
The brothers are very sexy...Lexi does a great job with all the voices on this series. In some series [one I can think of right now is the Dream Man series narrated by Kate Russell] the voices change from book to book within a series with recurring characters. That drives me nuts. Lexi keeps most of the voices spot on from book to book.
If you are reading a Shayla Black book, I realize that you are not looking for a deep read...however, it would be nice to have further character development and story line.
This book runs similar to the rest of her books, not the best, not the worst.
Lexi Maynard makes these books tolerable. She does a fantastic job narrating the books.
Yikes, I don't think these books would be able to have a rating if they made it to the theaters.
Love these books, great story line and every woman's dream man or men. I hope shayle black keeps writing them
Great Books Don't Promote Violence
I found this book too unbelievable to enjoy. I can't see the FBI allowing an female agent to be subjected to sexual abuse in order to save another agent. I can't believe a professional dominant would instantly be trusted to help stage a rescue - a man who basically sells his services to strangers for sexual fulfillment. While well-written with amusing parts, the basic plot seemed juvenile.
Absolutely. I have kept all of the books on my iPod, so that I can listen to them again and again.
This is another great addition to the Wicked Lovers series.
Lexi takes Shayla's characters and adds depth to them with her performance.
I don't want to be a spoiler. But I will tell you that it is the final act of submission, and it made me cry.
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