Thursday, March 9, 2017

Title: The Deep End
Series: Honey #1
Author: Kristen Ashley

Enter a decadent sensual world where gorgeous alpha males are pleasure slaves committed to fulfilling a woman's every desire. At the elite Honey club, no boundary will be left untested, and one's darkest desires will become a sensual reality.
Olivier isn’t sure what he’s gotten himself into when he joins the Honey Club, only that a dark part of him craves the lifestyle offered by this secret, exclusive club.
When Amèlie invites Olivier to surrender, she pushes him to explore his deepest desires as a submissive. As they grow closer and find themselves falling harder than either of them anticipated, the truth about Olivier’s past could threaten the budding relationship they both long for.
Gripping and seductive, The Deep End is the first book in a sensational new series from bestselling author Kristen Ashley.


The Deep End begins when Amèlie sees Olivier at the club she frequents. She knows there's something different about him, that he's a challenge, and she intends to find out more about him. However, Olivier is dealing with a war inside himself, and he's unsure about what he should really want and do, and when Amelie gives him things he never knew he wanted he's unsure how to go about that now. 

This book was okay. It wasn't great, and it wasn't bad, but it was slightly boring at times. I loved the relationship between Amelie and Olivier. It was really nice and I enjoyed it, however, I really wished there had been a little bit more to them that what was given. I also wish there had been a little bit more to the story line as well. As it was, it felt pretty cut and dry, and certainly not very many plot twists or anything, and that was rather boring. 

Other than that I did like the book, and I do look forward to more in this series, I just hope they are more interesting. 
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