Glutton for Pleasure (Pleasure Series Book 1) – Kindle edition by Alisha Rai. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Dear Ms. Rai: cover This is the first book of yours that I have read. I picked it because it featured a non caucasion protagonist; it had to do with. Read “Glutton for Pleasure” by Alisha Rai with Rakuten Kobo. They’re craving something sweet. She likes it spicy. Devi Malik knows how to heat things up.
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Devi Malik knows how to heat things up. Her love life, though, is stuck in the subzero freezer. Lately, though, his brother Jace has been making noises about craving something more. Yet Marcus is too haunted by the pain of their shared past to give love a chance. And Devi finds herself falling in love with two very different men. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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Preview — Glutton for Pleasure by Alisha Rai. She likes it spicy. Kindle Editionpages. Published March 17th by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
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A chubby heroine well, a size flutton who is too insecure and defines self-worth through male affirmation. Random use of the term agoraphobic alishz mean antisocial. Some of the sex is hot, I guess? View all 8 comments. Dec 10, andrea caro rated it it was ok Shelves: This is probably alright as far as taboo erotica goes. Alisha Rai allisha one of the most powerful storytelling skills that I gluttkn ever had the pleasure of reading.
My very first book by her was A Gentleman in the Street. It forr a recommendation by an author friend. At first I was skeptical because Aisha Rai just didn’t seem to have enough reader following for me to invest. But then I was offered a deal I couldn’t refuse If I didn’t like the book, my friend would pay for it. SOLD OK, not only did i like the book, I immediately bought every single ot Alisha Rai has one of the most powerful storytelling skills that I have ever had the pleasure of reading.
Actually, like doesn’t even begin to do my feelings justice.
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I was in awe. Nothing’s changed since that day and I have read quite a few of her books since. Glutton for Pleasure was no exception. This is a story about a woman hiding in the dark and the two men who come find her and walk her into the light.
Devi Malik is plagued with insecurities. Between her mother’s constant criticism and her sister’s constant judgement and her past failed relationships, she is very happy living life behind the scenes.
It’s not that she doesn’t consider herself attractive, she’s just not a size zero and she is very curvaceous. And in her experience, those facets have worked against her.
Jace and Marcus Callahan. Jace and Marcus are brothers.
Brothers with a bond. A ppeasure stronger than that of mere siblings. A bond forged from a childhood riddled with misfortune, abuse, torture and insecurities.
An impenetrable bond that led them down the path to sexually sharing women.
Gluttoon all they want. Marcus is the aloof brother. He makes love to women but never attaches. He’s plessure for the sex. Jace is the gregarious and affectionate one. He’s the one women wake up to the next day. Between the two they make the perfect man. But Jace is tired of the love them and leave them life. He’s tired of playing the game. He wants a wife and kids and a white picket fence. And he wants it all with his brother by his side.
And he has found the perfect woman to make his dreams come true I’m not gonna lie, you are going to FEEL throughout this entire story.
You will feel everything these three feel down to your core because that’s what Alisha Rai does. She writes a story so beautifully that a picture is formed in your head and you start to live the story. You don’t just read. THAT is what makes her books so powerful. This is a story of growth, revelation, connecting, self-worth, pleasure unabashed, love and SO much more. It’s sexy and fun and very easy to read.
I only had one tiny little problem with the storyline itself. I feel she agreed too easily to the first night with Jace and Marcus. It didn’t fit the picture that was being painted of her. However, her desire to continue after just one taste fit perfectly!! I cannot say it enough Dec 03, Nisha rated it it was amazing Shelves: I could slightly be biased, but I love this book.
Seriously, I don’t know how much better things can get, but it does. Jace is my favorite, even when he is slightly Metrosexual. Marcus is pretty smokin’ too, rough around the edges and slower to show affection. It’s truly a menage story that actually seems to consider realistic problems, like Devi’s mother and sisters. Supposedly there are stories for each of the sisters I could slightly be biased, but I love this book.
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Supposedly there are stories for each of the sisters 2 others and I am very excited for them too. View all 7 comments. I liked the chubby Indian chef as the heroine. Everything she cooked sounded delicious. I’m not a fan of the brother who share trope but I kept reading anyway. What made me stop was the “We’re kinky because we were abused” trope. I can already hear you: Did you pleasre it?! No, I did not. But there are parts that really pissed me off.
I love the premise. A chubby, wlisha shy young woman gets the opportunity to an amazing threesome with impossibly attractive dark twins.
They have amazing sex, there is a little drama, and the former insecure girl blooms into the sexual being she always was, hlutton love among the way in form of two fantastic men. I like Devi I can already hear you: I like Devi a lot. What I gluutton like about the novel is the break with perfect white protagonists. The author is a skilled writer regarding language use, but I do think her plotting and character set-up is just okay.
Both get barely any characterisation besides sexually active and broody Marcus and metrosexual Jace respectively. To make this more effective, we as readers need to pleeasure more information step by step and by half way point we should know most of the backstory, because: