My Rating: 4 stars
Publication Date: 5/27/18
Length: 244 pages
Recommended for 18+.
Love is like holding your breath and trying to survive, yet you somehow find the strength to keep it alive.
Sparks fly and there’s an instant attraction, when the shy and demure attorney, Chloe Weston, meets the sexy and handsome architect, Aidan Montgomery. Meeting at a BDSM club was fate bringing these two opposite people together in the most sinful of ways. They soon realize that they can’t fight their wild attraction, feeling the strong pull to spend their time exploring all aspects of the Club Manhattan experience.
When Chloe’s past comes back to haunt her, Aidan is by her side to get her through the harrowing events. These trials and tribulations made Chloe a stronger person and put their relationship on level ground. Chloe and Aidan endure more than one couple should but they were able to rebuild and restore what was evident from the start.
This book is intended for mature audiences due to language and adult situations. (18+) This story was previously published as Club Privé: Rebuilding. New chapters have been added, characters updated, and it’s now a complete novel.
The cover of Club Manhattan is what originally drew me to this book. Aiden is handsome and honestly, I totally have a girl crush on Chloe! When the cover captured my attention, I knew I had to check the book out. Club Manhattan is written by Jennifer Louise, who is a new to me author. After reading this book, I’m looking forward to reading more of her stories.
Club Manhattan is meant for the 18+ readers. The book does contain BDSM, but it’s not anything extreme. However, there are a couple scenes that are really hot and heavy, which is completely fine with me, lol. Can I get a membership to Club Manhattan, please?!?!
This is the type of book I can crawl into bed with on a Friday night and stay up late reading. I read a lot of thrillers and dark romances, so it’s nice to read something that gives you the feels on occasion. I’m old enough to realize that in reality, men like Aiden are very rare these days, but it feels nice to pretend anyway!
Overall, Club Manhattan is a great book and I would recommend it to anyone who likes some romance with a pinch of BDSM.
Thank you for reading my review!
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