Three Sweet Nothings by Nikki Sloane is LIVE!
“[A]dventurous readers will discover that Sloane is one of the best in the genre.”- The Washington Post
“I was hooked from the start and loved every minute of it!!!” – For the Love of Books
“HOT! ENTICING! ADDICTING! Did I mention…HOT!” -Shayna Renee’s Spicy Reads
“The steaminess factor is off the charts!” – Reading Keeps Me Sane
Five years ago, we’d been together and on fire, but the flames burned us both. Now she’s back in my life and is all my wildest fantasies in the flesh.
I want her. The desire is too powerful to argue against, but I’m not interested in what we had. This is an arrangement about pleasure and finding out who we are behind closed doors. There won’t be talk of love or any sweet nothings whispered by either of us.
This time, I’ll control the heat between us and make sure neither of our hearts get too close to the flames.
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I want to take a moment to pause and celebrate Nikki Sloane’s ability to write a sex scene. Like, light-your-panties-on-fire-hot. Fall-out-of-your-chair-hot.
Hang on. Almost done.
Okay *clears throat* let’s continue.
Erotica isn’t always my go-to and I’ve never read Nikki Sloane so that may have something to do with it… While I prefer the relationship to be a tad more front and center, I really enjoyed Ruby & Kyle’s story. They had great chemistry, and not just in the bedroom.
The catalyst that ended them was a little, I dunno, tough to swallow. I mean, I guess it could happen, but I just kinda said “yeah, okay. Whatevs” and went with it. Their re-connection, though? Yowza! I wondered how far Kyle would go, and how far Ruby would let him. The scene was mind blowing.
Three Sweet Nothings had a fab relationship development. The two MCs really had to dig deep, be uncomfortably honest, and grow together. While I may have not gotten as much in the romance department as I wanted, I really enjoyed the book.
About the Author:
Nikki Sloane landed in graphic design after her careers as a waitress, a screenwriter, and a ballroom dance instructor fell through. For eight years she worked for a design firm in that extremely tall, black, and tiered building in Chicago that went through an unfortunate name change during her time there. Now she lives in Kentucky and manages a team of graphic artists. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America, is married with two sons, writes dirty books, and couldn’t be any happier.