The Blue Room Vol. 1 by Kailin Gow
When Danny Blue of the Never Knights inherited his playboy billionaire father's businesses and legacy, he didn't realized his father's pet project was the Blue Room, the most elite and secret club in the highest circle. He was happy to let his half-brother Terrence Blue run the club, but with Terrence's womanizing ways and carefree attitude when it came to everything, he wasn't sure if that was a good idea.
Terrence Blue wasn't sure that was a good idea as well because it would cramp his style as a former patron of the club, but when he spotted virginal Staci Atussi starting at The Blue Room, he had a change of heart. Not only was Staci Atussi a knockout without knowing it, but she was the challenge he had been craving.
For Staci Atussi, working at The Blue Room was her solution to a desperate situation, but as she became integrated into the world of The Blue Room and the mysteries surrounding its patrons and the sexy Blues, she wondered if she had traded in her desperation for something far more sinister.
The Blue Room is a New Adult Contemporary Suspense Series intended for readers age 18 and Up.
This is a serial book, told in episodes.
Review by Brittany
Staci Atussi has been hired as a dancer/singer at a very exclusive club. She’s not just there for the money, though that’s a big part in helping her mother get better, but to find out what happened to her college roommate, the girl who texted her and said “I’m in too deep and don’t know how to get out.”
The patrons at the Blue Room are some of the wealthiest and most powerful people in the world. They come to the club to get whatever they want. And they always get what they want.
After her first night at the club, Staci meets Terrence Blue, one of the owners of the club. Her attraction to him is undeniable, but there are a few problems. She’s a virgin, for one, and the other, she is determined that she will only have sex with someone she loves.
As you can guess, that’d create a lot of problems at her place of employment. Following a strict regiment of classes, diets, and makeovers. They want her perfect for the patron that pays the most to take her precious virtue. She has other plans though.
This was a quick read. It was good, but I just didn’t love it. And it ends on a cliffhanger. Yeah, those suck.
I didn’t entirely connect to the characters like I do in other novels, which makes it hard for me to love a book. The most exciting bits to me happened near the end. So I was about eighty-five percent in when I couldn’t put it down.
It was pretty good for a quick read. There were some hot scenes in this book, Kailin Gow does that well. At the beginning though I found it weird that she didn’t use actual “dirty” language, like other words for “penis.” Catch my drift?
Overall, I give this book three and a half stars. It didn’t significantly impact me in any way and I’m not hard pressed to read the next book. But please, don’t let that discourage you from reading it. I hate leaving reviews for books that I didn’t love, because I don’t really want to influence people to not give a book a chance. If my little synopsis I gave hooked you, then read it!
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