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Enraptured by Shoshanna Evers
Publisher: Pocket Star
Release Date: June 10, 2013
Rating: 4 stars
The stunning conclusion to the red-hot Enslaved erotica trilogy finds a curious young beauty baring more than her skin…Lovely, blonde, and young, Jessica accepted a job at New York’s most exclusive BDSM nightclub to make ends meet…and to satisfy her curiosity. Nobody is more intriguing than the BAD boys—Billionaire Arrogant Doms—a trio of unbelievably rich and sexy men. Jessica willingly gets involved with the group, shedding her formerly shy persona to explore the limits of her own desire. But she isn’t sure how vulnerable she wants to be…until the one BAD Boy who never wants to fall in love again—the gorgeous, passionate, and unexpectedly tender Roman—takes an interest in her, and Jessica finds herself drawn deeper into his world than she ever expected.
Enraptured was the strongest book out of the trilogy for me. I was not sure what I would think when it came time for Rowan’s story to be told, given his nature, but the way Shoshanna Evers told both his and Jessica’s story was really enthralling.
Seeing this trilogy only improve as it went on was great – I became more invested with each book, as I was enjoying each book more. I really enjoyed seeing more of the other characters in this story as well – there was a lot of Marc and Lauren, which I enjoyed, since they are my favorite pair out of the bunch. They are both so fun loving and just really great.
Seeing Rowan end up with a girl who was completely new to the lifestyle was interesting – I wasn’t sure how Shoshanna Evers would pull it off, but nail it she did. I couldn’t put this one down for a minute. My one complaint would be the ending – the story didn’t quite seem complete and ended a bit abruptly. I would have liked to see a little more of Rowan and Jessica’s time together before the page went blank.
I am curious to see what Shoshanna Evers writes next, since if this trilogy is any measure, she only gets better with each book.