Well written...weakest book of the series
This is a "3 stars" compared to the other "simply" books. Usually the characters become more interesting when they have their own book in the Pleasure House series, but this one just didn't quite hit the mark for me. Paul's sexuality was a little muddy. He prefers men, yet marries a woman he loves but still craves men. I never bought Paul's desire for Lucky, so the book fell short for me.
The Pleasure House was a side note and there wasn't much in the way of "steamy" in comparison to the others. I was really looking forward to this book and it just didn't measure up to the first books...that being said, it was very well written as the other Pearce books are and a good read if just a little boring. Paul was so developed in the other books, maybe he just didn't have enough left for his own read.
BUT...I recommend the book, and will look forward to the next one in the series.
Simply Voracious (House of Pleasure)
Though Paul St. Clare's experiences at the House of Pleasure have made him an expert at pleasing women, he is convinced he will never marry. That is, until his favourite relative, Lucinda St Clare, is abandoned by a vile seducer and asks Paul to save her reputation and marry
Simply Voracious (House of Pleasure) is one of best selling in Erotica category.