Give Me More is a delicious yet emotional story from Sara Cate

Give Me More by Sara Cate. Image Courtesy of Sourcebooks Casablanca.
Give Me More by Sara Cate. Image Courtesy of Sourcebooks Casablanca. /

There are some romance book series you can’t help but want to read from start to finish. One of those is easily the Salacious Players Club by Sara Cate which is being re-released by Sourcebooks Casablanca.

While the series was first released on Kindle Unlimited, you can still enjoy it there but the paperbacks are getting revamped covers and being released by the publisher.

Thankfully, Sourcebooks Casablanca was kind enough to send me finished copies of Praise and Eyes on Me. In addition, they also sent me ARC copies of Give Me More and Mercy.

Since Give Me More is out today (!!!) I wanted to share my short review of Eyes on Me and a full review of Give Me More by Sara Cate.

Sara Cate continues to dazzle with Eyes on Me and Give Me More.

Let’s start with Eyes on Me. This is the second book in the Salacious Players Club and it’s Garrett’s book. Garrett is one of the co-owners of the club and his kink is voyeurism. Of course, things hit a different level when he stumbles onto a cam girl site and sees his stepsister on there.

From there, the obsession begins and the two can’t seem to stop talking to each other or having fun. While Garrett quickly realizes it’s her, she doesn’t know it’s him. While things seem bleak for the two, they’re eventually able to work it out and come together in the end.

While Eyes on Me is another sexy installment in the series, it doesn’t hold a candle to the next book which is Give Me More. Give Me More is the third book in the series and this time, we’re following the romance between the married couple: Hunter and Isabel along with Drake.

While we’ve met these three in previous books, Give Me More is finally their chance at a happily-ever-after. Hunter and Isabel have been married for years but in a way, Drake feels like the ultimate companion to them. Eventually, this results in the three of them hooking up and it’s essentially them figuring out what they want.

At times, Give Me More did seem unbelievable but it was a lot of character growth for everyone involved. The book was a chance for Hunter to embrace his sexuality, Isabel to learn more about her kinky side, and Drake to realize the deeper way he loves his best friends.

Give Me More is a difficult read at times as Hunter is dealing with some internalized homophobia. Despite being hard to read, it felt like an incredibly realistic portrayal and made the romance all the sweeter in the end. Frankly, the Salacious Players Club is getting better and better so I’m excited to pick up Mercy when it comes out in December.

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