~ Review – Playing with Temptation by Erika Wilde

Playing with Temptation (The Players Club Book 1)Playing with Temptation by Erika Wilde

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Playing With Temptation by Erika Wilde. Book 1 in The Players Club series.

Raina Beck received a guest pass to the players club from her good friend Jillian. Owning Sugar and Spice, a high end adult store, Raina isn’t a prim miss who is afraid of the fun parts of sex. Going to the Players Club is an experience she will never forget and the mystery man she meets there is not going to let her.

Logan Cruz, former Marine turned security, works at Noble & Associates. A full fledged member of the Players Club and Raina’s mystery man. Chasing women isn’t his thing. Neither are women who are powerful and have a very strong sexual prowess. The woman in the gilded cage is that exception.

San Diego’s Players Club scene catering to the wants and needs of its patrons. Raina goes in with the conviction that she will not just fall into any man’s arms. There must be an overwhelming attraction. An irresistible pull that will satisfy her craving. Stepping into the gold gilded cage on the stage during the rave she dances truly as though no one is watching. Opening her eyes she realizes there are many watching but only one who stands out among the crowd.

Logan devours her. And when she slips out before he is finished with her, he gives chase, but is still unable to obtain her name.

With a stalker, after just one visit to the Players Club, Raina is on edge. Jillian feeling awful that this has happened enlists her husband and the part owner of Noble & Associates to find out who is stalking her and provide protection. Enter once again, the man of the hour, Logan! Assigned as security to Raina, Logan starts to get close.

With sex and intrigue, lust and demand, this book calls out to the sensual pleasures that spark your interest and delivers. Who wouldn’t want a Logan in their life. And every woman fantasizes at some point about being Raina. Relatable with a flare. Can’t wait to read the next installment.


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