Monica’s Secret by Saskia Walker



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 bondage, domination, MFM and MM scenes, and anal play.

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I had an idea of what to expect with this book simply because of the blurb, but I still felt a bit disappointed because I wasn’t aware that it was going to be as smutty as it was.  Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy a good smut read as much as the next person, but I was more thinking this was going to be a suspenseful story.
On that note, I do think that Ms. Walker did a good job at including the suspense into the story so that it didn’t feel too overrun with smuttiness.  I thought that the characters were very interesting, and the powers that Monica had were quite awesome if I do say so!  I think that the balance between the
already established relationship between Owen and Alec, and the addition of Monica was done very well.  I was worried that it was going to seem as though the triad was going to seem forced, but that wasn’t the case with this group.
I did enjoy the story even though it wasn’t what I expected, and I am pretty sure that I would read the other books in the series in the future.