Sinful Surrender (Psychic Menage #1) by Houston Havens

April 28, 2014 Review 0

Sinful Surrender (Psychic Menage #1) by Houston Havens

On the run, branded a traitor by her government, Fay Avalon has to depend on three brothers for shelter. Sinful Surrender is Book 1 of Houston Havens’ new romance series, Psychic Ménage. Why be tempted by one man’s seduction when you can be loved by three? Top psychic spy Fay Avalon saw too much on her latest mind traveling mission and is now on the run from her post-catastrophic dystopian government, searching for the truth and proof. She escapes but is shot down, landing in the arms of the enemy.

In Drakker and Arlo’s world, women are so rare the men have accepted a polyandrous lifestyle. When the brothers stumble upon Fay unconscious in the wreckage of an aircraft, they are immediately attracted to her. Arlo wants to keep her, but Drakker knows they can’t. They must take her to their brother Logan Abán, leader of their people.

Logan struggles with trusting anyone, even himself. When a beautiful, intelligent, and intriguing woman falls into their laps, his denied desires for intimacy challenge his need to trust the spy. He’s frustrated by romantic Arlo’s claims of her innocence. Even when pragmatic and dominating Drakker defends her as well, Logan refuses to trust his gut.

Can one woman satisfy the diverse desires of three men? Will Logan’s fears be realized by betrayal? Is Fay to be sentenced to death as a spy, suffer a fate worse than death by being returned to her government as a traitor, or will she find a new life and love as the wife of three sexy brothers?

Content: Hot, D/s Elements, Anal Play, Anal Intercourse, Ménage, Polyamory, Voyeurism, Light BDSM

Title: Sinful Surrender
Author: Houston Havens
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Phantom Desire, Exposed Ecstsy
Published by Liquid Silver Books
Source: Publisher
Published: March 17, 2014
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance, Erotic Sci Fi Romance, Menage
Pages: 434
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: five-flames

The first book in the Psychic Menage series is an intriguing and fascinating dystopian erotic romance.  When Fay Avalon begins to question her governments rule, she heads to the surface to learn the truth and is soon labeled a traitor and has to depend on three brothers for shelter.  In Drakker and Arlo’s world, their laws says that when a woman marries one she marries all the brothers of the family and when they find Fay they are convinced she is the wife for them, but they have to convince Logan that not a spy out to help her government destroy them.

This fast paced and smooth flowing plot keeps readers intrigued from beginning to end with lots of suspense, drama, action, erotic passion and romance.  The author brings this futuristic world to life with well written scenes and details that capture the imagination and draw the reader deep into the story.  The strong compelling characters are easily related to and grab the reader’s attention from the very beginning.  The timing and flow of events are well orchestrated making it very easy for the reader to get lost in the story and the believable story.

The attraction between Fay and the brothers is smoking hot and the sex scenes are sensual, hot and steamy and scorch the reader with their vibrant intensity including scenes of anal sex, menage, D/s, voyeurism and light BDSM scenes that rock the reader’s world.  The author also spices things up even hotter by an unusual element in her characters sexual exploits, but I don’t want to spoil the surprise.

The author has created an elaborate well thought out future world that it plausible and believable which intensifies the drama of the story and the reader really can’t help but get totally caught up in the story.  I really enjoyed this story and the characters, it even brought tears to my eyes at a couple of points, and I can’t wait to see what happens next. This series debut is a success and the author’s thoughtful breakdown of the future culture at the beginning is very helpful as it painted a clear and intriguing picture of what to expect.


Sinful Surrender


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