by Alexa Riley
Series: Forced Submission #5
Published by the Author (Self-Published) on October 14, 2015
Sub-Genre/Theme: Contemporary, Erotic, Menage
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On Halloween you're supposed to dress up and have some naughty fun, but Sabrina's costume has invited more wickedness than she expected. The guy at the bar seemed so nice, until he got her out in the alley behind the bar and his friend joins in. That's when she knew there was no escape.
Dante and Porter have been watching the little witch at the bar all night. They've decided to make her their toy for the evening, but she has no idea. They've been waiting for this moment, and now’s their chance.
This Halloween ménage is packed with filthy goodness and dark desire. Hold on to your broomsticks, and enjoy the ride!
Taking What’s Wicked is book #5 in Alexa Riley’s Forced Submission series. Each book can be read as a standalone.
Now, this is the smutty goodness that I’ve come to enjoy from Alexa Riley! This book is SUPER dirty and (by all appearances) taboo. I can’t say much else without spoiling the plot, but I’ll briefly summarize.
It’s Halloween night and Sabrina is in costume as a witch at a local bar. She was supposed to meet a friend, but her friend cancelled at the last minute.
Porter and Dante are friends who have taken special notice of Sabrina. Little does she know that they have some very wicked plans for her.
Okay, that’s pretty much all I can say before going into spoiler territory. View Spoiler »If you’re familiar with Alexa Riley’s Forced Submission series, the stories are all taboo on the surface but turn out to be consensual fantasies. In Taking What’s Wicked, Sabrina takes part in a consensual rape fantasy with Porter and Dante. Despite how things appear for 95% of the story, Sabrina is in full control of everything that’s happening. Then you get the twist ending, where it’s revealed that she has been in on the whole thing from the start. « Hide Spoiler
Since this is a novella, there’s not much character development or plot development. For obvious reasons, this book is not for every reader since everyone has their own triggers and comfort levels. Additionally, the dirty talk in this one is super extra smutty, so if that’s not your thing, you’ll want to avoid it. But for the rest of us sickos, this book is a crazy ride and I enjoyed it.
Rating: 4 stars