Review: Bet On Me by Alisha Rai

betonmeBet On Me by Alisha Rai (Bedroom Games #3)
Released: April 8, 2014
Erotic Contemporary
Self Published

Reviewed by Mandi

I’ve enjoyed the heck out of this erotic trilogy and I’m sad to see it end, but it is a very satisfying ending. I highly recommend you read this series in order – they are all novella-length books, so they are quick reads.

One thing that really stands out about Wyatt and Tatiana in this series is how mature they are. They have fears, and are scared of commitment and other things affecting their lives, but they never whine and do rash things without telling the other. They communicate so well and for that I thank the author. There is still some conflict and a very engaging story, without any of that forced drama.

In Bet On Me, we see Wyatt and Tatiana ready to move onto that final step of saying I love you and getting married. Wyatt is a nice mix of a cold alpha but with a warm side to him. And Tatiana doesn’t take any sass from him and always speaks her mind. I really enjoy her. Wyatt still has some issues to work out with his father who treated him poorly as a child after his mother died. A man who became a raging alcoholic and an absent father, Wyatt has never forgiven him nor has let go of that anger. He feels vulnerable about it, scared to open up his past to Tatiana. This and another big revelation is explored in this book.

And let’s not forget this is an erotic trilogy. We see Tatiana and Wyatt’s voyeurism side come out as well as some sexy times in a limo. These two are kinky and they are proud of it. I love that about them.

There is also a lengthy epilogue that is a great way to end this one. If you are in the mood for a fun, erotic series with a great hero and heroine, try this one.

Rating: B

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Comments

  1. says

    I loved that it was a trilogy where the conflict and the stakes they faced in each new volume were organic and made sense for the place they were at in their relationship, without backsliding on the growth they achieved in earlier books.

    • Mandi says

      Yes. Nothing forced. Nothing immature. They faced their insecurities and made adult decisions. Loved.

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