Saturday, May 3, 2014

REVIEW: Ménage After Midnight by Madelynne Ellis

***This book was originally reviewed for My Secret Romance.***


Paris Ashcroft supports himself and his sister by selling his body discreetly to women with unsatisfying husbands. Sophia Lovich, however, is more than just a means for a living. He’ll surrender to passion with her because she holds his heart, not for any kind of price. He never suspects her husband to join them.


Being set in Georgian England, it’s a lot more acceptable that a woman has curves. Even if it is historical, it was still nice to see that. Paris totally loves Sophia and even imagines what she’ll look like without all the layers and certainly appreciates her “round rump”.

At first, Sophia kind of lies to him a bit, by omitting the little fact that her husband would be joining them. Once that’s past though, it’s actually a very sexy and very sweet story. I love the honesty with which Alexander expresses himself.

The love scenes are vivid and you get a variety of different positions and combinations, making it that much more satisfying. The romance side of it is heartwarming, both in the marriage that Sophia and Alexander have to begin with, but also how they welcome Paris into their bed and their lives. Ménage after Midnight is a very enjoyable read!

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