Goodreads Shelves: Hot Alpha Male, Menage, Romance
My rating: 2 out of 5 stars
My recommendation: Skip it unless you like reading porn
Summary from goodreads.com:
Travis Walker, the oldest of the seven Walker brothers, has been referred to as moody and mysterious, and for the most part, he would agree. Until recently, he spent his days helping his brothers run the family business. Now, he dedicates his time and energy to building a resort, Alluring Indulgence, that caters to fetishes and fantasies. And despite his attempt to work himself into the ground, Travis has never denied—at least not to himself—that something is missing.
Ten years ago, Travis made the hardest decision of his life, breaking his own heart in the process. A decade later, he is learning that life has a strange way of turning things upside down before placing the pieces exactly where they were meant to go.
I really wanted to like this book. Kaleb was good, and Zane was better. What did those two books have that Travis didn’t? A STORY!
Travis is about Travis Walker, the oldest of the seven Walker brothers. Travis was married to Kylie for 3 weeks 10 years ago. Gage Matthews, who is kissed by Travis in the second book, is angry with Travis and digs up dirt on his ex-wife to get back at Travis. Why? Not really sure. The story kind of falls apart from there.
Travis left Kylie because he is bisexual. Instead of talking to her about it, he just up and leaves. Now, 10 years later, they are thrust back together. And guess what? Kylie is totally ok with him being bisexual. And, in fact, she embraces it and begins a relationship with Gage as well. The whole storyline was just not believable. Not that there was much of a storyline. It was just sex.
I honestly skipped several chapters in this book. It was like reading porn. They was no storyline whatsoever, and was all sex, all the time. The sex scenes were steamy, but that was pretty much it. Sex. Sex. More Sex. I like a story when I read a book. Zane’s book had a good story, with the whole beating and dealing with Vanessa’s PTSD. That at least kept me engaged. I had a really hard time staying engaged during this book. Kind of a bummer too, because it had the potential to be good, but fell flat.