Genre: New Adult Contemporary Suspense
Would you sell your soul or body to find out the truth?
When Danny Blue of the Never Knights inherited his playboy billionaire father’s businesses and legacy, he didn’t realized his father’s pet project was the Blue Room, the most elite and secret club in the highest circle. He was happy to let his half-brother Terrence Blue run the club, but with Terrence’s womanizing ways and carefree attitude when it came to everything, he wasn’t sure if that was a good idea.
Terrence Blue wasn’t sure that was a good idea as well because it would cramp his style as a former patron of the club, but when he spotted virginal Staci Atussi starting at The Blue Room, he had a change of heart. Not only was Staci Atussi a knockout without knowing it, but she was the challenge he had been craving.
For Staci Atussi, working at The Blue Room was her solution to a desperate situation, but as she became integrated into the world of The Blue Room and the mysteries surrounding its patrons and the sexy Blues, she wondered if she had traded in her desperation for something far more sinister.
I’m going to preface this review with saying I really think there is a greater audience for this book, and there are many people who will absolutely love it.
For me, I couldn’t really connect with the characters enough to really enjoy this book. I found Terrence a little annoying and not as Alpha as I would like him to be. Perhaps a little too mysterious?! I found his relationship with his half-brother to be bizarre and really hard to understand. Staci (the lead female character) was also confusing to me. I ‘got’ why she was doing what she was doing, but I found that she was too hard to understand and connect with. It’s a great preface of a story, I just couldn’t connect with any of it. Perhaps I wanted more?!? Either way, kudos to the author, because I know she has a lot of books published! I’m glad that I was able to read it and share it with others! Hopefully they’ll love it!
Enjoy the trailer (courtesy of the authors website)