Review of Monica’s Secret (Erogenous Zones #1) by Saskia Walker

Monica's Secret

Want none…get two.


Genre: Erotic Romance (M/M, M/F, M/M/F)

Book Length (Est.): 192 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:

Willingly bound and seduced by two masters…

Two men have walked in to Monica Evans’ life, and it isn’t ever going to be the same. Owen Clifford and his lover, Alec Stroud, are investigating fraud at Monica’s place of work, a luxurious London hotel. From the moment they meet, the chemistry between the three of them is off the scale.

But Monica has a secret, and it isn’t anything to do with fraud. Like her sisters, Monica is a psychic. In Monica’s case the gift is psychometry—when she touches objects or people she can experience their sexual history. Can she ever truly share that with a lover, let alone two bisexual lovers? Something about Owen and Alec captures her though, literally. Willingly bound and seduced by two masters, Monica opens up to them, physically, emotionally, and psychically.

Owen and Alec have been looking for their third and they believe Monica might be the one to complete their lives. But Monica’s secret isn’t the only barrier these two have to break down in order to win their woman. Fraud, duplicity, and mysterious threats add to their complications. For Owen and Alec, the challenges are stacking up and the race is on.

Reader Advisory: This book contains graphic sex scenes including bondage, domination, MFM, and MM scenes.This book has been previously published with a different cover.

YAY – Double Review!

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from NetGalley on behalf of Fido Publishing in exchange for an honest review* 

I haven’t decided if I liked this or not. Monica has a unique ability that does add a special twist to the story, but that’s not necessarily a good thing. From a romance/erotica standpoint Owen used it to show her how he felt about her and in the end so did Alec. The three even learned to maneuver around her ability to allow them to be together without restraint. From the standpoint of the ‘who did it?’ it got a little weird. Touching things, seeing things, it could be a little disturbing at times.

As for the plot…I enjoyed the relationship between Monica, Owen, and Alec. They basically forced her to open herself up to the possibility of them, but it was all good. Now the mystery/suspense part that was entwined within the romance was too downplayed for my liking.

If you like reading about sex (M/M, M/F/M, M/M/F) then this will hit the spot for you, but don’t expect too much of anything else because if you do you’ll be sadly disappointed.

“I’d like to see more of what I saw earlier. I’d like to watch you two together.”

Alec caught Owen’s glance. Owen simmered with the dark sexuality and his eyes flickered, interest flaring in them. This was a first. They’d never shared a woman who actually asked to see them together before. 

My Favorite Quote: “Damn it, I can’t even touch myself anymore, I’m getting feedback.”

Jenn 3 Heart


Mindy’s Review: 

*I received this book free from NetGalley on behalf of Fido Publishing in exchange for an honest review*

Monica Evans has a very unusual psychic ability that she has hidden from others her entire life. Her job in the hotel proves her ability to be very strong when touching certain objects or people. When two alpha men walk into the hotel to investigate fraud they might just learn Monica’s Secret after all.

Owen and Alec are at the London Hotel to investigate and talk to all the employees. Meeting Monica for the first time sends an electrical charge through the men. They are very forthcoming with Monica from the beginning and she senses that she just might be able to trust these two men.

I don’t typically read books that have M/M in the storyline but decided to give this one a shot. I liked the storyline and it was able to hold my interest. I did feel as if Owen and Alec are not your typical alpha males. I’m not sure they would know what to do if the other was not in the room. The ending was the disappointing part for me, I feel as if it just well….ended. Overall, this was an okay read for me.

My Favorite Moment: I did find it funny when Monica figured out the relationship between Owen and Alec. 

Mindy 2.5 star

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