Friday, 20 December 2019

#BookReview: The Lekki Club by L. Leigh

A closet male sexual submissive. An unexpected encounter. Can he embrace what he truly is in Nigeria.

Remi Olapade is a Nigerian bachelor enjoying his time mingling with his multiple casual hookups, after the unfortunate end of his engagement to the society girl Janet.

An unexpected invitation to the ultra-secretive ‘Lekki Club’ leads him to a summons to Room 3, where he meets the mysterious Mistress Eve.

Eve strips and chips away at the walls Remi has put up to fool others. Slowly she gets him to admit who he truly is and embrace what he truly wants.

Can Remi be brave enough to accept what he has been hiding from his previous sexual relationships? Can he convince Mistress Eve to leave Room 3 and take their relationship into the real world?

Is Remi ready to stop pretending and give up his other women for her?
If you enjoy sizzling sex scenes, raw emotions and bondage, then The Lekki Club is for you.

The Lekki Club is an erotic story of love, loss, the supernatural, life changing mistakes, and redemption.

Two things drew me to this book - the idea of a BDSM club and a male submissive looking for a mistress in a West African setting. Ms Leigh handled this so well, I found myself engrossed in Remi’s, journey from desire to pursuance and acceptance.

I normally shy away from BDSM romance, but the sex scenes in this story were handled exquisitely.

For the first half of the story, this book had me engrossed and was gearing up to be my second favourite book of 2019. Unfortunately, the second half of the story brought it down several notches with Nollywood-esque drama that really didn’t add to the romance for me.

That’s just me, though. If you love Nigerian movies and over-the-top drama with a bit of spirituality thrown in - and let's not forget the sizzling sex scenes - then you’ll love this book. I certainly plan on checking out other books by L. Leigh.

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