**REVIEW** ~ Sated, by Lucy Felthouse

Paranormal Erotic Romance #mfm #menage
Adult/18+ Read

Sated

Blurb

A human, a vampire and a werewolf walked into a bar. Sexy is what happens next.

Since getting together with her vampire boyfriend, Ace, Aneesa is enjoying a sex life she could never have with a human. Ace has skill, strength, stamina…and is massively adventurous. Aneesa is checking things off her sexual bucket list at a rate of knots. However, she hasn’t even come close to experiencing the ultimate item on her list. So when Ace beats her to it, proposing a threesome with his werewolf friend, Barton, Aneesa’s definitely up for it.

Barton is attractive, smart and sexy—almost too good to be true, in fact. Aneesa decides not to jump straight into things, but makes sure it’s what she truly wants. However, it turns out Barton’s not so easily dissuaded.

Will Aneesa get the ultimate erotic experience she’s desired for so long? Will she be truly sated, or is the plan doomed to failure?

My Review

One Hot Paranormal Ménage! – Five stars

Sated is one hot and totally satisfying erotic read! The lucky lady Aneesa already enjoys a fantastic sex life with her significant other Ace, a vampire. She nevertheless is game on to experience one of her remaining sexual fantasies she has yet to try – a threesome and welcomes a sexy shifter into the mix. I particularly loved the dynamics between all the participants in this ménage and the confidence Aneesa has in her sexuality.

Lucy Felthouse combines humour with sexual tension, drama and of course erotic scenes into this short read where Aneesa finds herself the lucky recipient of the attentions of two very talented alpha males!

Recommended for fans of erotica and erotic romance.

Reviewed by Tina Williams

Please note, a copy of this read was given to me by the author for the purpose of a fair and honest review.

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2 thoughts on “**REVIEW** ~ Sated, by Lucy Felthouse

  1. Its not my normal area of fictional interest, as you might imagine, but I enjoyed the review, and the ideas made me smile. Doesn’t sound like the kind of relationship you escape from in one piece, but then I might just be being pessimistic.

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