Let’s take a quick trip to Hotel O where Kat and Declan shamelessly ask for and get exactly what they’re looking for.
HOTEL O by Clarissa Wild
Publication Date: April 26, 2018 Genre: Erotica Length: 80 000 words Purchase: Amazon Source: Enticing Journey Book Promotions Story Rating: 4/ 5 Romance Rating: 5/5
Pleasure is business.
That’s our motto here at Hotel O.
No strings attached gratification is what we provide. Nothing is off limits.
And all of it stays within these walls.
My job as the organizer of these events requires a personal sacrifice.
Girlfriends are a liability I can’t afford.
So I get my own satisfaction somewhere else.
Nothing beyond a one-night stand…
And I’ve found the perfect toy to play with.
A persistent, equally wicked girl that I can’t say no to.
The girl who’s going to make me risk it all.
Welcome to Hotel O… Enjoy your stay.
Author’s Note: Hotel O is complete and utter filthiness. Expect lots of debauchery… with multiple people. Please do not read if you’re easily offended or do not enjoy romances that explore the boundaries of depravity… Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
I’ve got to admit, I was hesitant about reading Hotel O. I find the conversation surrounding the morality of sex annoying, to put it lightly. Since the author felt the need to warn me I was about to “explore the boundaries of depravity.” I was expecting characters who were struggling to come to terms with their desires and battling shame along with their arousal.
However, the description reads like someone who knows what he wants and isn’t about to apologize for it. Anyway, I took a chance. The title, the cover, I knew I wasn’t going to be let down. I was oh-so-right!
I was expecting this book to be filthy, but wow! This was something even considering what I usually read. The first page of the book starts with I’m “as dirty as can be. Humiliate me.” Now, humiliation play is not my cuppa. So I debated whether I even wanted to keep reading, but I’ve never DNF’d on page 1, so I kept going – promising myself that if it crossed the fine line between humiliation and degradation, I would walk away.
Admittedly, the author walked this line well. And always managed to stay on the right side of it.
This story is told in dual perspectives. Which was wonderful because you could tell the characters enthusiastically consented to everything they did with both their actions and their thoughts. There were no wishy-washy I-don’t-want-to-but-I-will type compromises.
We witness Kat and Declan go from a very primal pleasure-only arrangement to something more. Oh my gosh, it was so sweet to watch.
Now, this book was naughty from the first sentence. This was absolutely erotica; not romance. The sex begets the relationship, not the other way around.
Overall, Hotel O was an engaging and erotic read. I’d recommend it to anyone looking for a new bedtime book. Your significant other is sure to enjoy this one as well. You can thank me later. 😉