By Tqwana B.
4 out of 5 stars ★★★★☆
They’re craving something sweet. She likes it spicy.
Devi Malik knows how to heat things up. She does it every night as head chef in her family’s Indian restaurant. Her love life, though, is stuck in the subzero freezer. Now, with a chance to fulfill a secret fantasy with her long-time crush and his brother, it’s time to put her desire on the front two burners.
For Marcus Callahan, a love-’em-and-leave-’em attitude isn’t only a necessary evil of their kink. It’s a protective device. Lately, though, his brother Jace has been making noises about craving something more.
Jace’s dissatisfaction with their lifestyle grows with every glimpse of sweet little Devi. Yet Marcus is too haunted by the pain of their shared past to give love a chance.
Despite their reputation for vanishing with the dawn, they discover one night with Devi isn’t nearly enough. And Devi finds herself falling in love with two very different men.
It’ll take more than explosive sex to light up the shadows surrounding the Callahan brothers’ secrets. But Devi’s never been afraid of the dark…
This book is hot! And not just because Devi our heroine is a chef. You’ll love the dressing room scene. And the trip to the sex shop.
Does it get any sexier that gorgeous identical twins who both want you?! It doesn’t. Alisha Rai proves that.
Glutton For Pleasure is a great blend of emotion and passion and realness that any reader can relate to.
I’m here for the positive, non-judgmental portrayal of polyamory. How will this work, you ask? Who cares! It works for them and that’s the point of the story. Devi has to put aside the worry of family and friends and go for what she wants.
I’m here for the depiction of a woman with sexy curves finding her confidence after an unhealthy relationship.
I’m here for Devi, who’s been babied for too long and is ready to come out of her shell. And while she’s at it, she’ll help brothers Marcus and Jace deal with their own demons. Though we get our HEA, Rai doesn’t lead you to believe that the trauma Jace and especially Marcus suffered is somehow magically irrelevant. No, “Poof! All better.”
Those scars are there and the healing has only just started. And so has this series. I can’t wait to read what Devi’s sisters get up to.