By Anise Storm
With New Year’s Eve and her thirtieth birthday fast approaching, best-selling author Calista Grant has a hard time envisioning actually doing something for herself. At the urging of her closest friends, she books herself a once in lifetime vacation, trading the chaos of Boston for the serene tranquility of the Caribbean. Once in paradise, she makes the decision to drop her guard and finally let loose.
Enter two bachelors, with demons of their own to vanquish. Zane Rhodes, a successful architect, is on a path of self-destruction after a tragic loss. In denial regarding his own issues, resort owner, Xavier Rivera, invites his best friend to spend the holiday with him in paradise. Once there, they both meet Calista and are immediately captivated.
Used to sharing everything, including women, they set out to seduce the innocent brunette and fulfill her deepest fantasies. Neither is prepared for what happens next, though, as the two Dominants find themselves not only battling each other, but their own demons as well. Will they be able to save their friendship before the reality of the three ends the fantasy forever?
Captivating Nights has made me want to be a Y to my very own X & Z. I want what Cali was given by X & Z – she was cherished, devoured and pushed to her limits.
The three main characters all had something that the other needed in order to repair and take a plunge with their hearts. I cannot believe how much emotional baggage these characters had but it just gave them all such depth and I loved watching them all figure it out.
Cali immediately had me within the first few chapters and then X & Z – can two guys be any more dominant, possessive and selfless in the way they brought Cali to her knees.
X & Z both had such strong individual traits and then Cali comes along and it was like a three piece puzzle was solved with one night of passion. I enjoyed watching as they kept putting that puzzle back together each night at the resort and each time it was harder for them to break apart in the morning.
I am glad the author did not go too dramatic with Cali’s diving adventure, the way she entwined that into the story for Zane to have his moment on enlightenment was perfect.
Tears in my eyes with the ending and Captivating Nights is going to my menage shelf to pick up again.
Quote: “I’ve learned a long time ago that while some people are given the world, others should consider themselves lucky to simply exist in it”
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