Article first published as eBook Review: Faye’s Spirit by Saskia Walker on Blogcritics.
Having loved the previous two books in the Erogenous Zones Series by Saskia Walker, I was really looking forward to reading this one. And, as usual, Ms. Walker certainly did not disappoint. In fact, Faye’s Spirit is my favourite book of the three.
This is the story of Faye Evans, a woman whose older sisters both have successful ménage à trois relationships, and seeing how happy they are, she’s eager to sample the pleasures of two men, even just as a one-off.
Faye’s fantasy looks increasingly likely to become reality when architect Garth Connor calls her in to investigate a ghostly presence in his property. Arriving at the premises, Faye meets Garth and his business partner, Jai Nilson, and soon finds herself attracted to both men. After a while, it becomes apparent that they feel the same about her, and with a little encouragement from Jai and Faye, the three end up in bed.
The trouble is, the men are friends and business partners and their relationship is very competitive. Faye quickly realises this, and although she’d love nothing more than to continue the fling she’s enjoying with the two men, she’s concerned that she’ll affect their relationship, and isn’t willing to do that. Ever the professional, Faye’s determined to finish the job she was hired to do, but she’s determined to then walk away from the house, and the two guys. But will they let her?
This was another absolute gem from Saskia Walker. From the very beginning I found it engaging, and was just as interested in the storyline as the sex (and boy is it hot!). I enjoyed the interaction between the characters and found it believable and fun, and incredibly erotic. Ms. Walker has created a brilliant story; well-written, interesting, emotional at times, and a real page-turner. You don’t necessarily need to have read the other two titles (Monica’s Secret and Holly’s Intuition) to read this book, but I’d heartily recommend all three, with this saucy little number being my particular favourite. Faye is a lucky, lucky girl…