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Thursday, July 4, 2013

Review: A Toy For Two by Jennifer Cole


Title: A Toy for Two
Series: Le Club d'Esclavage, Book 2
Author: Jennifer Cole
Published: March 2009, Lyrical Press
Format: Ebook received for review from publisher

Will Megan play it safe, or follow her heart and become a toy for two?

Megan Washington is the perfect daughter...as long as she keeps her wild streak hidden. Only after a trip to the Le Club d'Esclavage does she give free reign to her sexually adventurous spirit.

Troy Simon and Ransom Seager need the ideal partner, and not just any submissive will do. Their third must match their passions and indulge in the roleplay both men find so arousing. With trust building and temperatures rising, will Megan's powerful politician father destroy the growing bond between these three hearts?


Ok, today’s review is for A Toy For Two, which was my favorite of the three books. Yesterday’s review focused on Natalie, who met the masked man of her dreams at the Le Club d’Esclavage, and A Toy For Two focuses on Megan… And Troy… And Ransom. Yeah, now you are seeing why I liked it, I know.



So Megan is depicted as the most outgoing of the trio of women, but lately her social life has been lacking. She was a virgin until she was 25, but at this point she has had enough of inexperienced lovers. She longs for more. Not only that, but her dad is a high ranking government official, and a bit of a fun-killer. In fact, the man is a downright asshole, and I felt badly for Megan as she had to deal with his wrath. He comes down on her like a hammer, but Megan isn’t going to take it. To say I loved her is putting it lightly. I felt for this girl. And then when she got to have a super hot ménage with a super hot couple, I was insanely jealous.

The words of the club’s manager echoed in her mind: “The owner would like to make one thing very clear. When you cross the threshold into Le Club d’Esclavage, it is your desire to participate completely in our manner of play, and such will be expected of you.”

Once again, the club itself is a major character in the story. It’s dark and sexy, but the owner takes care of everyone in it. The employees have their own living quarters, there is even a gym for them to exercise in. It really just shows you that when you go to a BDSM club, it’s not just a night out on the town, it’s a way of life.

Megan meets Ransom first. I really loved Ransom. He was so gentle and caring with her, but yet firm. He didn’t result to trickery and he was up front about his relationship with Troy, his lover. Troy is the Dom and Ransom is the sub. Both are lethally sexy.

When Troy enters the scene everything goes up a couple notches. The heat and sensuality raise, the freaking temperature raises. Megan is nervous about being in not only a ménage, but a D/s ménage at that. Both Troy and Ransom make every effort to make sure she knows this is her choice, her decision. They also make it clear how much she is wanted. And by the end, she knows what is really going on with the three of them.

Yep, the words Happily Ever After definitely come into play here, friends. This book had it all, and like I said, it was my favorite. There was some kinky sexy, some incredibly caring men, and a woman who has to brave her over controlling and over bearing father to grab hold of the overflowing happiness she just found in Troy and Ransom.





3 comments:

  1. Oh yum! I will definitely be reading these. I love when the club is it's own character (and all the creative names authors come up for for these kink clubs lol). and you know I love a good menage. One day I'll get to fun read. I swear!

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  2. I hear ya on the fun read list, although I do love when your review reads turn out to be fun reads, like this one was for me :) Hope you get a chance to read it soon!

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  3. Oh yeah that's always nice. Most of mine I enjoy thank goodness and a handful have really blown me away. Always love that. I will get to these. I'm in need of a kinkier read soon. Most of my review books lately have been very mainstream romance.

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