Three Simple Rules by Nikki Sloane
Series: Blindfold Club #2
Publication Date: April 1st 2015 by Self-published
Print Length: 309 pages
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotica
Target Reader: Adult
REVIEW BY ELLE
So this book is about Peyton; Evelyn’s best friend. I really liked the first book about Evelyn and Logan. But I’m a bit disappointed with the second book because… too much ‘meaningless’ sex. And it isn’t sexy at all. Honestly, I was intrigued with some chapters and curious about what will happen next.
Peyton is a professional high-class escort. She’s wild, adventurous and proud of her job. Peyton love sex and never have problem with it. Dominic is her ‘last’ client and he’s the one who made Peyton leave her job. Dominic live in Japan and came back to America to see his friend, Logan. Also for release his need for sex because according to him he doesn’t have sex for a year. Peyton has her own three limits that she never break with client, but Dominic changed everything. Dominic made Peyton broke her own limit and he want Peyton.
The most shocking thing is when Dominic ask Peyton to live in japan with him for 2 weeks especially for sex. Dominic felt so amazing have sex with Peyton. Really? Peyton seems have ‘magic pussy’ that could made Dominic worship her. Yes, it’s not possible for me. I thought I will see some development in their sex relationship, but nope. Chapter after chapter, there are a lot of sex. We will see their daily life in Japan and continued with insanely amount of sex from night till morning #facepalm. Skip skip skip…
I never mind with various sex scene but this time, it was too much and useless. I really want them to be together for real chemistry. Not in sexual content. I felt bored because there is nothing interest me beside sex. There is no development between Dominic and Peyton beside their needs to have sex (again) until end of the book. Suddenly Dominic pronounce that he couldn’t live without Peyton? Geez. I don’t buy it because they’re just doing fun sex all the time. Sorry this book isn’t my liking but you should read this if you wanna keep read the third book. Sst… It is about Joseph; Peyton’s employer and the club owner.