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Monica's Secret (Erogenous Zones #1)

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Willingly bound and seduced by two masters...

Two men have walked in to Monica Evans’ life, and it isn’t ever going to be the same. Owen Clifford and his lover, Alec Stroud, are investigating fraud at Monica’s place of work, a luxurious London hotel. From the moment they meet, the chemistry between the three of them is off the scale.

But Monica has a secret, and it isn’t any
Published October 27th 2012 by Saskia Walker (first published October 1st 2010)
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I ♥ Bookie Nookie (
I will be the first to admit that I am a total menage addict and find that as long as i am in the right mindset, I can find something positive in the smut I read. This book was a total surprise and was by far the best menage book I have read in a really raises the bar for all my other smut ratings :-)

Monica is a psychic who reads sexual energy by touching people and objects people have come in contact with. She is the housekeeping manager in a posh hotel, so you can probably imagine h
Apr 26, 2011 Beate rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: menage, romance, erotica
I was having several issues with this book. It's well written, and is an somewhat entertaining read, but I don't see why "everyone" seems to be falling over themselves for this book.

My biggest issue was the heroine, Monica, and her "woe is me" and her constant negative referral to herself. She came across whiny and immature.

The author's choice of words also rubbed me the wrong way. Especially the constant use of the word "debauched" - you're writing a menage story! That word gave the whole story
Apr 06, 2013 axola rated it liked it
The blurb was interesting. The book not so much.

Two main problems:

1) The erotic scenes seemed forced. Have you ever read a book in which you feel the author seems uncomfortable writing some scenes? Don't ask me why, but I felt that way while reading this book. The book let me feeling the author didn't have too much experience writing menage stories and that it wasn't her " thing".

2) The author didn't seem to know what to do with the paranormal element (psychometry in this case). The element wa
Eva Millien
Mar 03, 2015 Eva Millien rated it really liked it
Monica’s psychic ability makes it difficult to let anyone in much a less a lover, but there’s something about Owen and Alec that encourages her to open up physically, emotionally and psychically in this sizzling erotic romance.

When Monica touches an object she gets not only the images but the entire sexual experience of the person the item belongs to and of course being labeled a freak has kept her emotionally closed off, especially in the relationship department and the reader can’t help but ge
MMF romance where the "F" (Monica) is the focus of the menage relationship, and both guys (Owen and Alec) want her to complete their relationship. I really liked that.

The guys set out to seduce her and she loves seeing them together. I really, really like that.

I have always loved a good fairytale - here Monica is rescued from a mediocre life, a life further hampered by her special ability. Her princes are a wealthy and handsome Dom (Owen), and his lover and assistant (Alec). Not quite the fairy
Heather in FL
My first Saskia Walker story and I'll seek out more. First, her psychic ability was unusual. Second, it was intriguing that the guys just sort of sensed her fear of touching and worked around it. Interesting that the bondage gave her freedom to just enjoy what they were doing. The suspense portion of the plot was a little odd, but hey, it gave the porn some plot. :-) I think this is the first menage with two males I've read where there was no anal for the girl. So anyway, all in all a good, juic ...more
I really enjoyed this book. The plot was great, the characters were developed well for the book length, the sex scenes were steamy and erotic, not a soft-porn wanna-be and the intrigue added a fantastic element to an already rich story about an unusual woman.

I'll be hunting down more from this author!!
Dark Divas
Jan 27, 2011 Dark Divas rated it really liked it
Lily’s Review:

Monica has a secret that she never wants the man in her life to find out. After all when one can see erotic fantasies come to life how can the real thing ever compete?

In Monica’s Secret this wickedly hot story will take you down a path that is full of twists and turns and oh so hot lovin’ by two hunks. This is not your typical boy meets boy who wants girl erotic menage. I could truly feel the romance between all three of the characters and loved every page!

Monica’s Secret was a rea
There were several aspects of this story I enjoyed. I thought it was well written, I liked the dynamic between our leading characters, I enjoyed the setting and the pnr/psychic element was a nice addition to the story. The mystery part was a full on dud for me. Honestly, I wasn't as caught up in the story as I would've liked to have been. The erotic aspects and interactions were pretty great but not quite enough to round out the story to a 4 star level for me.
Renee Nicole
Aug 17, 2012 Renee Nicole rated it liked it
I thought the premise of this book was pretty cool. Monica is able to feel the sexual history of any object she puts her hands on. The beginning scene, when you learn this, was steamy and intriguing. However, I think it fell a bit flat. Nothing really ever came of it, except a reason for her to enjoy some light bondage.

The story was hot at times, but was hard for me to get into at others. This might have something to do with the fact that the author is British. There were some word phrases and s
Smoking hot!

A little mystery to go along with the hot sex and take charge attitude of Owen. Monica never has a chance one he and his PA Alex set their sights on her. Once they realize she is more than ok with their sexual desires for each other, game on! This is a M/M/F book. Highly recommend!!
Portia Costa
Feb 17, 2011 Portia Costa rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: fans of menage erotic romance
Monica's Secret is a delicious erotic feast of a novel, set in the luxurious world of a high class hotel. Lucky Monica gets involved with not one, but two handsome men, Owen and Alec, who've been sent to investigate an intrigue at her workplace. The three embark on a sizzling affair, with many lushly described scenes of hot threesome lovemaking and m/m action, all laced with elements of bondage and domination, voyeurism and exhibitionism. To balance the intense sexual storyline, there are also d ...more
Jan 14, 2016 FunReader rated it really liked it
This was an amazing read!
I loved the plot and the Monica's psychic power even if she at first didn't.
And the relationship between Owen and Alec is hot! Monica has good taste :D
This is a good book to pick up especially if you don't mind reading about more than two people together in a bed or maybe even an office when it comes to a show ;)
The reason they came to the hotel becomes less apparent when they are all together which is why it took them so long to do their job but who could blame them, th
Mar 09, 2014 Patricia rated it really liked it
It was an overall good story. The ending could be better and the hotness was a little lacking. However, I gave 4 stars because I like the story. The dynamic between the men and them with the woman is very alluring. I wish they made Monica's passions more equal between the men and not so geared toward Owen. The fact that both men are sort of Doms to her but Owen is Dom over Alec was something I didn't expect.

Two guys are attracted to the psychic who knows and accepts them as bisexuals. Sh
This one was good. I thought the premise was really intriguing, and I wish her gift would've come into play a little more. I enjoyed their relationship, though! Seemed a way different spin on a menage (view spoiler). Not a whole lot of mystery, but still a fun read!
May 16, 2012 Emily rated it really liked it
"Monica Evans has a secret, she has a psychic skill being able to read the lingering sexual acts left off of people and onto the objects they touch." "Monica Evans has a secret, she has a psychic skill being able to read the lingering sexual acts left off of people and onto the objects they touch."

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Sep 29, 2014 Karinosa rated it liked it
Shelves: net-galley-reads
Two alpha hot males and one psychic woman. Owen and Alec seem to have an agenda while walking into this hotel. Never in her wildest fantasies did she imagine or see this coming. The real reason why they came to this one specifically leaves her curious. She needs an outlet for her gift or more like a reprieve from it. It has affected her her whole life. This journey that she is on will take her where? She has a lot to think about, but with two hot males at her side all day. Her being able to see ...more
Oh. My. God.

What an amazing story. I'm not a menage-story fan, because I simply don't get the sharing of someone (I'm a Scorpio, so sue me), but I absolutely adored this one. It had a perfect blend of story and sex - no PWP in this one - every scene had its purpose and it meant something for the overall story and character evolution.

I did not like this book. I liked the IDEA of the book and the story concept, but it was not a hot and steamy read for me. I didn't like the writing - characters were pretty two demensional and I didn't grow attached to them. There was the chance for some hot mmf sex, but it never really happened. The smut scenes did nothing for me. Not hot at all.
Cyn Mistress Kitty
What a GREAT short story. It had everything I love.
1. Menage
2. m/m action
3. Mild bondage
4. Hot Brits in business suits
5. A slight mystery
6. Heroine is psychic in that she can tell the sexual history of people she touches.
7. I loved all the characters

I am starting the second in this series now. Holly's Intuition.
Tapped out at 20%. Monica's secret is that she's a psychic who can read the sexual energy of objects. It's a fun premise! I liked Monica and the hint of her psychic sisters. What I did not like were the heroes of this story. I couldn't distinguish one from the other. They didn't appear well drawn to me. The only interesting thing about them was that they shared women, but they dropped that bomb without much impact. There was no seduction of Monica. They saw her and for whatever reason they propo ...more
Oct 09, 2014 Honeybee rated it it was ok
2 1/2 ****
I really loved the premise of this book. Monica is the head of housekeeping for an upscale hotel. Her serious and professional facade holds a deep dark secret. She possess psychometric powers she can read the sexual energy from people and objects. Because of this she purposely stays away from getting too close to people. Until she meets Owen and Alex. Can these two thaw the resident Ice Queen?
I really wanted to connect with the characters, but in the end it fell a bit short for me. Th
Emily Madeline
Overall it was a good book. You could tell the author's strong points were the "love scenes", as the actual plot didn't go into great detail, and it didn't get very deep. I view this story on two levels- one being the plot, the other being the love scenes. The plot's culmination was a bit of a disappointment, but the love scenes were worth reading the plot for. But isn't that what you really read those books for in the first place? The love scenes were very well written, and they stayed classy, ...more
Carrie Stevens
Oct 27, 2014 Carrie Stevens rated it it was amazing
~*~My Thoughts~*~
A 5 star rating
Wow when I read the premise for this book I honestly thought this sounds super corny but I bet the sex is amazing. I was right on the sex part and completely wrong on the other. I immensely enjoyed the storyline and how it played out. I thought all of the character were lovely and well developed and absolutely loved there interactions with other. Not only was the book hot it also had a tad bit of suspense that I loved. All in all this was an awesome book and I de
Mar 13, 2014 Hbeebti rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: freebies
Really enjoyed this hot little read.
Nov 21, 2015 Jdursi rated it liked it
•copy provided via NetGalley•

MS follows the story of Monica, a successful housekeeping manager and Owen & Alec, the two men sent to uncover secrets at her hotel. At first, I thought Monica's ability was an odd one and thought it would be hard to get into the story but it was told well and soon her ability felt "normal".
Monica can touch an object and see flashes of any sexual encounter linked to it. Owen and Alex are coworkers and lovers and want Monica as their third. I liked the story line
Mindy Bigham
Jan 14, 2015 Mindy Bigham rated it liked it
**2.5 stars**

*I received this book free from NetGalley on behalf of Fido Publishing in exchange for an honest review*

Monica Evans has a very unusual psychic ability that she has hidden from others her entire life. Her job in the hotel proves her ability to be very strong when touching certain objects or people. When two alpha men walk into the hotel to investigate fraud they might just learn Monica’s Secret after all.

Owen and Alec are at the London Hotel to investigate and talk to all the employ
Jennifer Hines
*I received this book free from NetGalley on behalf of Fido Publishing in exchange for an honest review*

I haven’t decided if I liked this or not. Monica has a unique ability that does add a special twist to the story, but that’s not necessarily a good thing. From a romance/erotica standpoint Owen used it to show her how he felt about her and in the end so did Alec. The three even learned to maneuver around her ability to allow them to be together without restraint. From the standpoint of the ‘w
Crystal's Many Reviewers
Nov 23, 2014 Crystal's Many Reviewers rated it really liked it
I had an idea of what to expect with this book simply because of the blurb, but I still felt a bit disappointed because I wasn’t aware that it was going to be as smutty as it was. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy a good smut read as much as the next person, but I was more thinking this was going to be a suspenseful story.

On that note, I do think that Ms. Walker did a good job at including the suspense into the story so that it didn’t feel too overrun with smuttiness. I thought that the characters we
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I am the author of several erotic novels including ALONG FOR THE RIDE, INESCAPABLE, RAMPANT, SORCERESS, MONICA'S SECRET and THE HARLOT. I've also had shorter work published in numerous anthologies.

I write across genres, and all of my work has erotic content, whether it's short erotica, a contemporary romance, or a novel set in a paranormal or historical world. I consider myself a storyteller, and
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