Erotic Romance, Erotica

Come Hard by Jerrie Alexander @JerrieAlexander

Come Hard
Morgan Kimball gets a call in the wee hours of the morning from the nightclub she recently left, telling her they found her wallet. When she returns to the club within the next hour, owner Zack Pierce gets one look at her and is immediately intrigued. From that moment on, life changes radically for both of them. See, Zack is also the owner of a private club, Club Silken, where guests are guaranteed not only the ultimate in privacy but also their sexual fantasies. He’s a Dom and he just found his ultimate submissive.

This story is first and foremost erotica with romantic elements. The devotion to the sexual relationship between Zack and Morgan is outstanding, presented through the lens of Club Silken. It’s sensual and erotic, told in graphic detail with skill and attention to the smallest detail. Yes, Zack and Morgan have an instant attraction but it fits very well in the context of the story. His dominant nature allows his more inexperienced partner to explore her sexuality without fear or inhibition.

I’m a fan of the genre and thought the erotica exceptional. Zack as a Dom was less overbearing than most and Morgan’s willingness to enter into the relationship made the romance more believable. I loved the notion of a Club Silken, especially the care and attention given to ensure exclusivity, privacy and safety. It allowed my imagination to envision the reality of this type of club. I also liked the world designed for the series, which includes Zack’s co-owners and Morgan’s friends. The next story is set up nicely with a little bit of mystery so I’m in for the next book.

Book Info

  • Release Date: November 10, 2020
  • Series: Club Silken #1
  • Page Numbers: 170
  • Publisher: Self

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(Thanks to the author for my complimentary copy. All opinions are my own.)

13 thoughts on “Come Hard by Jerrie Alexander @JerrieAlexander”

  1. OMG! did I laugh when ai read the premise for this one because all I could think of was my sister. She will definitely love this one, her perfect read I think. Maybe not something for me, but at least I know who to recommend it too. ☺️

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