Bryan is ruthless, heartless, and more than a little proud of his notorious reputation, until his bad attitude threatens to strip him of the one place he can’t live without. His sanctuary. The Vault. The exclusive club is the only place he feels at home, and he’ll do whatever it takes to reclaim what is his. Even if it means asking for help from the woman who landed him in trouble in the first place.
Pamela may have become weak-kneed over Bryan’s talented hands once before, but this self-empowered widow isn’t stupid enough to want more from the sanctimonious ass. Nope. At least that’s what she tells herself before he turns up at her café, offering to refresh her memory on his skilled fingers and filthy words in exchange for a favor.
He needs her to set things straight in the Vault. She needs him to satisfy the cravings of fulfillment she’s been missing. It’s a match made in hedonistic heaven, until hostility turns to lust, and lust into passion, capturing them both in an emotional web neither one of them want to be ensnared in.
Warning: This is an exhibitionist’s playfield and a voyeur’s delight, but dominance always rules. Throw in teasing, torture, and a gag or two, and you’ve got yourself another night of debauchery within the carnal walls of the Vault of Sin.
With both his partners happily paired off, Brute is the last man standing, as it were, and he has no plans to change that, ever. But he hadn’t counted on Pamela/Ella, one of the patrons from The Vault, to rock his world. Brute is a one-and-done kind of guy, but there’s just something about this woman that gets under his skin, and he does not like it one bit.
BRUTAL SIN is a page-turner, and nicely ties up this series. With plenty of Eden’s usual sizzle and steam, there’s also lots of heart, and from places that we wouldn’t have necessarily have expected. I just loved seeing Bryan get his turn at love, and really enjoyed the way that Eden wrapped things up. (NOTE: Eden, if you’re reading this, this is NOT to say that I wouldn’t be more than a little bit open to more time in The Vault…) Like the other books in this series, BRUTAL SIN is an easy 4.5-star read for me, and one I happily recommend for fans of romance with a bit of a twist. And, if you haven’t read the other books, add them to your TBR and enjoy the series as a whole.
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