Wicked Pleasure is an enjoyable read for Lora Leigh fans. Those fans familiar with her work will recognize the familiar theme of a young, innocent woman running from her future with the man or men that she loves yet is brought back again to face them and her desires. However, Leigh always manages to put a slightly different spin on it. The plot is well paced, and the descriptions are superb, they mystery-thrill element of the book is intriguing and keeps the reader guessing to the very end. This book is part of a series but can be read alone; though I'm sure the tantalizing glimpses of secondary, previous characters will have readers clamoring for the earlier books.
Jaci Wright has been running from her childhood sweetheart and his brother for seven years. Torn by the desires they inspire, Jaci can't admit to what she wants. Brought together after seven years by circumstances beyond her control, Jaci must face the past and what the two men truly mean to her. But before they can move forward she has to battle not only her own past, but the secret past that Chase and Cam unknowingly share and could split them all apart.
Jaci Wright has been running from the Falladay twins, Chase and Cam, for seven years now. Fears of the desires they arouse in her, and the knowledge of the relationship they wanted with her, spurred her to run, to find a life that kept her traveling the globe and out of their reach…
But now life has come full circle. A new job has placed Jaci in the Sinclair mansion with Chase and Cam. And they’re tired of waiting. It’s hard enough to face accepting a relationship with two men rather than just one, but gossip and the tattered tales of juicy secrets fill the society she now moves within. Can she face the world knowing she’s a lover to both men, or will her hesitancy and her fears destroy her chance of happiness forever?