Review: Craving Irish (Sinners & Saints #3) by Sara Brookes

January 30, 2017 Review 0

Review: Craving Irish (Sinners & Saints #3) by Sara Brookes

One man isn’t going to be enough to satisfy Isla’s appetite for submission.

Unsatisfied with the submissive men she commands night after night, Isla confines her adrenaline rushes to keeping Riding Irish out of trouble. But even the most stalwart lawyers need to give up complete control once in a while. During the motorcycle club’s annual New Year’s Eve poker bash, she is out-maneuvered by the two men who secretly set her body aflame. In one devious second, the tables are turned and the tough-as-nails Domme finds herself pinned between two hot-as-sin men ready to cater to her every craving.

Flint and Hatch are best friends who share it all--even women. They’re willing to do whatever it takes to show Isla her kinkiest fantasies. New territory is uncovered in the secret room at the clubhouse, including something new and unexpected that flourishes in the sparks that ignite between the three. As Isla deals with a heart-wrenching decision, Flint struggles with his newly uncovered feelings for Hatch. Emotions shift into overdrive when a rival club strikes and the trio will have to face the reality they all got more than they gambled for.

Title: Craving Irish
Author: Sara Brookes
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Her Master's Collar, Rock Your Soul, Chasing Sin, Hard as Stone
Series: Sinners & Saints #3
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Riding Irish, Branded Irish, Twisted Irish, Dirty Irish
Published by Loose ID
Source: Author
Published: December 27, 2016
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 116
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Stars: four-half-stars
Flames: five-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
300 Review
It seems like forever since I’ve read an erotic menage romance. Thankfully one of my favorite authors, Sara Brookes, had a new book coming out that fit the bill. Craving Irish is about two Doms and a Domme menage. Whaaa?! With all those tops and no bottoms how is that even possible? Oh this I HAVE to read.
Isla is a Domme who doesn’t seem to be very happy with her life.  Something is missing, something she is craving but as a Domme she shouldn’t be: give up complete control. Talk about a girl with a problem! It doesn’t help that she keeps having fantasies of two men of the Riding Irish. Unfortunately, Isla is the Riding Irish council on retainer and she doesn’t mix business with pleasure. Flint and Hatch are BFFs and have a few fantasies of their own. They both know they are the ones who can help her scratch her itch but know there is no way she would do it willingly. So they come up with a plan to trick her so they can cater to her secret cravings.
It may have been a while since Ms. Brookes has put anything out but she certainly has not lost her touch. Isla, Flint and Hatch…YOWZA! These three together are hot! The boys are very naughty on how they manage to get Isla to agree to submit to them. Sneaky, sneaky! And once they do, OH BABY! Hot yummy goodness all around. Of course sex isn’t all that goes down between these three. There’s a unexpected emotional connection that mucks things up and adds a flavor that has me wanting more yet I’m still very pleased with the ending. Here is where I feel Ms. Brookes exceeds in her stories. It’s not all about the physical. There’s the mental and emotional connections between the characters that draws you in, claims your heart and leaves you begging for more.
It isn’t completely all about these three. We get a nice little visit with previous characters as well as a not so pleasant reminder that things between the Riding Irish and Camino de Santiago are not finished. You know there will be retribution to be had in future books over what happened. Which on one hand has me happy because I know there are more books to come, and I’m already guessing who the next couple will be. On the other hand: Ew! Ew! Ew! What happens to Rawls had me gagging. Consider yourself warned!
Craving Irish
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