15 April 2015

No Denying Sin (N'awlins Exotica Book 3) by BLMorticia

Living in the Big Easy is downright deadly especially if you’re a stripper. When another exotic dancer is found dead in her apartment, the heat mounts on Frankie and his fellow detectives to find the killer. Due to the magnitude of this unsolved mystery along with the LaBoy murders, tension runs high at nineteen making it hard for all to breathe around the police station and sending everyone into a frenzy.

There’s no denying Frankie’s love for Kajika but in the back of his mind, hot thoughts of the mutual jerk off with Orrin Daugherty loom over his head. Though the feelings are mutual, Orrin wants nothing to do with this and pushes Frankie away. Add in to the mix his fascination with partner Vance Morain along with his severe case of blue balls and you got one hell of a predicament for these for complex and volatile men.

The men at nineteen are burning with desire for one another and pleasure is beginning to be almost as important as business.

Will the sinful disruptions stop them from finding the killer roaming the streets of the Big Easy?

This is book 3 of N'awlins Exotica Series. Doesn't necessarily need to be read in order.

WARNING: Lots of lewd dialogue and smoldering sex between males.
This was book three in the series and I haven’t read the first two, I did find myself a little lost, not so much in the actually storyline. That’s pretty easy to figure out, but in the characters themselves.  We have so many of them and they all appear to be main ones, so you really can’t say don’t worry about that one, he or she only had one or two lines in this chapter.  The other thing I found confusing is everyone seems to want to sleep with everyone else, or has. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for that it just led a confusing storyline when I had no background to base anything on. Then you had two MC with both first names starting with ‘K’ at first I thought it was the same person, given the type of story this is. And lastly, the angry female for most of the book, all of this leads to a confusing and not a pleasant read.   What I did enjoy was the getting inside the mind of the killer, I like that we are given that inner dialogue he’s having with himself. I enjoyed that we got to see the other side of how Vance lives how Orrin live, makes is everyone more human. 

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