The Sapphire Club: Serenity’s Dream by Brita Addams
Publisher: Noble Romance
Genre: Historical, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Full Length (166 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/F, M/F/F, Ménage, Anal Play, Fetish, Toys, Spanking, Voyeurism
Rating: 4 cherries
Reviewed by Violet
When Serenity Damrill is unjustly accused of murder, the only place she can think to hide is with her estranged husband, Lucien, at The Sapphire Club, a place where every sexual fantasy can be fulfilled. Hiding the truth, she returns after a ten year absence, ready to submit completely to her husband.
Lucien, owner of the club, though skeptical of his wife's sudden reappearance in his life, is willing to take her at her word, and he institutes an erotic regimen that Serenity quickly begins to crave. Lucien’s sexual prowess is beyond her wildest dreams and soon they fall into a frenzied, erotic life.
All is going well, until Serenity's accuser spots her at a Cyprian’s Ball.
Welcome to the Sapphire Club where any desire no matter how carnal or deviant can be met.
Lucien Damrill, the fourth son of a Viscount inherits no land or title, so instead he creates the Sapphire Club. Lucien’s life has been going as he wants until the bride who deserted him the day after they were married ten years ago shows up. Lucien knows Serenity is running from something, but if she wants to stay he’ll turn her into his perfect submissive “creature of the flesh”. What follows is a carnal feast. The sex scenes are extreme. I felt hot the whole time I read this book. Not to mention the fact that I stayed up to 3am because I couldn’t stop reading.
I’ll be honest, I didn’t bond with Lucien and Serenity immediately. The mouth-watering sexuality of the book is what kept me reading. Lucien and Serenity were not a love match, rather a marriage of convenience. Initially both were together for very cross purposes. Instead of feeling intense attraction to each other, their inner monologue reflected their motivations. If at the beginning Serenity and Lucien were totally turned on to each other in their thoughts, I would have been drooling. Serenity and Lucien’s feelings change through their sex games. It’s only at the book’s climax, that Lucien truly admits his feelings to himself. I enjoyed this book and see incredible potential in Ms. Addams’s writing. I look forward to reading more of her books.
If you’re looking for a temperature-raising sensual and carnal story, Serenity’s journey at the Sapphire club will surely satisfy.