Genre: Romantic Erotica
Series: The Blindfold Club, Book 5
Heat Level: Off The Charts (BDSM)
When the opening line of a book is “I fisted my cock, stroking the hard length, and tightened my grip” , you can be rest assured that it is going to be one fucking hot read. Nikki Sloane not only slays romantic erotica she is the absolute queen of sex so red hot that your toes curl, lady bits clench and there is a real chance that you will be reading one-handed.
Long time fans of my reviews will know that I have read absolutely EVERYTHING by this lady and let me tell you why. Her books are ALWAYS on point for what she promises to deliver. Her writing keeps me glued to her books. She weaves the lives of her characters into genuine, albeit kinky as fuck, people that you can’t help to fall in love with.
Kyle and Ruby have been harbouring bad feelings towards each other since a miscommunication broke them up 5 years ago. Neither were expecting the other to drop into their lives again. There is no denying the buzzing attraction but it is difficult to get over the hurt. So Kyle suggests a partnership agreement to satisfy their need for each other without having to commit to a relationship. But can they both keep their feelings under wraps and stick to their sex only agreement?
I know I am a broken record but I am such a sucker for second chance romances and all that feelings and sexual tension. There is just something about two people being inextricably being drawn to each other. And Nikki Sloane did an amazing job building the angst between these two characters.
Kyle was such a sexy dominant alpha. The confidence in which he took charge in every situation was electric. And I loved that he backed up his dirty talking with his dirty sex. But even more, I loved the man that he was underneath it all. For sure he struggled in being able to express himself at times but he took the effort to convey how he felt through his actions. And that he wanted to learn how to please his girl really was a definite positive for me.
Ruby cannot be described as anything but passionate. Her emotions totally ruled her life and decision making. And her passion did not just run on the pleasure spectrum, but also on the anger spectrum. Her hot temperament – whether pleasure or anger – dictated many of her encounters. That she was willing to fully accept who she was and what she wanted in the bedroom was a breath of fresh air. But when she was being true to what she felt, it shone through all the other bullshit.
If there is one type of sex that Nikki Sloane absolutely excels at, it’s where there are two couples involved. Every time the dynamic is captured spot on between all the parties. Never does it feel like any party is not committed nor enjoying themselves. Kyle and Ruby and mystery pair (you have to read the book to find out who) is panty wetting, kindle melting, heart pounding good. But really all the sex is good and as a reader I am always wanting a satisfying sex scene.
So what I want to say is that if you are a fan of romantic erotica that has a tendency for multiple partner sex (one scene with f/f play), dirty talking, bed shaking sex, great characters, amazing storyline and captivating writing, then you need to read Three Sweet Nothings. You won’t be disappointed. And then pick up EVERY other Nikki Sloane book. I’m sad to see the end of The Blindfold Club series but I know what ever is next will be great! Redhot Recommended.
Five years ago, we’d been together and on fire, but the flames burned us both. Now she’s back in my life and is all my wildest fantasies in the flesh.
I want her. The desire is too powerful to argue against, but I’m not interested in what we had. This is an arrangement about pleasure and finding out who we are behind closed doors. There won’t be talk of love or any sweet nothings whispered by either of us.
About Nikki Sloane
Nikki Sloane landed in graphic design after her careers as a waitress, a screenwriter, and a ballroom dance instructor fell through. For eight years she worked for a design firm in that extremely tall, black, and tiered building in Chicago that went through an unfortunate name change during her time there. Now she lives in Kentucky and manages a team of graphic artists. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America, is married with two sons, writes dirty books, and couldn’t be any happier.