Review: Eyes Wide Open (Totally Five Star #1) by Lucy Felthouse

October 8, 2015 Review 0

Review:  Eyes Wide Open (Totally Five Star #1) by Lucy Felthouse

An ordinary girl catapulted into an extraordinary world meets two even more extraordinary men—but what will she do when she discovers their sexy secret?

Fiona Gillespie moved to London shortly after graduating to take advantage of the opportunities the capital could offer. However, months later, she’s still living in a horrid flat and working in a grimy East End pub. The problem is, she doesn’t really know what she wants to do, career-wise. So when she happens upon an advertisement for a job at a plush Mayfair hotel, she jumps at the chance. A great deal of determination and a spot of luck land Fiona her dream role.

But working at the Totally Five Star London is just the beginning. She adores the role and flourishes, impressing her bosses and making her increasingly determined to climb the career ladder.

While her career is flying, though, her love life is non-existent. She hasn’t even thought about men, never mind met or dated one for months, so when she bumps into two gorgeous businessmen in the hotel, she’s surprised to find her head has been well and truly turned. Even more surprisingly, they flirt with her—both of them! She’s drawn to James and Logan, despite feeling that they’re way out of her league.

When a misunderstanding leads Fiona to James and Logan’s sumptuous top-floor suite, she has no idea what she’s about to uncover. Scenes of people-trafficking, drug-pushing and wild sex parties all appear in her active imagination. Yet what she actually sees is something she’d never even considered before, something that piques her interest.

After discovering their sexy secret, what will she do with this new-found knowledge?

Reader Advisory: This book contains elements of BDSM, anal sex and double penetration.

Title: Eyes Wide Open
Author: Lucy Felthouse
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Mean Girls, Grand Slam, His: Manlove Edition, Illicit Relations
Series: Totally 5 Star #1
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: La Brat, A Vixen in Venice
Published by Pride
Source: Publisher
Published: September 22, 2015
Genres: BDSM, Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 182
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Purchase your copy: Amazon
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: four-flames
Bailey Bradford

I have been following the stories under the “Totally 5 Star” banner for some time now.  Although Goodreads lists this as book one, it is only book one under the new Pride Publishing – the rest having been published by Totally Bound.  But, they are all stand-alone stories, each featuring a “Totally 5 Star” hotel somewhere in the world.  Luxurious digs in exotic locations hosting HOT romances.  Fabulous combination.  So, it doesn’t matter whether this is book one or book six.  It is an enjoyable read and not to be missed.

Eyes Wide Open has London as the featured city.  The author did a beautiful job of taking me there and enticing me to want to stay in this hotel.  I loved the tours of the city, whether walking or riding.  They were beautifully descriptive.  The hotel was a featured character in the book, something that I have come to enjoy about this series.  I enjoy the opulence and the fantasy of it all.

Fiona too was enthralled by the grandeur of the hotel.  A fantasy she didn’t know she had come true, to work in such a fabulous environment.  Fantastic way to begin a career.

Then we meet the guys.  I have read this author before so was pretty sure I would have a hot read on my hands.  I was not disappointed. *fanning self* Oh yes!  From the moment Fiona met James and Logan I knew there was going to be sparks.  Boy was there.

If you are like me and prefer your travel from the comfort of your easy chair, you will enjoy this book.  A wonderful stay at a fantasy of a hotel with tours of a great city.  Throw in some hot ménage and kinky romance, a lovely glass of wine, and what a pleasant evening.  Come travel with me.

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