What would you do if you learned that a
secret group of men called the Twelfth Knight Brotherhood
not only existed but were said to kidnap their brides and
only came together as a trio? Cheryl Witte plans on
trapping a set of these men and writing the best story of
her career. After selecting two men and setting her trap,
Cheryl waits for Cy and Maksim to appear. However, things
donít quite turn out as she plans when she is kidnapped and
taken to their home. Cy and Maksim plan on showing Cheryl
just the type of actions they require from their wife.
While scared of what they wanted from her at first, Cheryl
begins to discover that being tied up isnít so bad when you
have two very sexy and dangerous men at your side.
Wicked Nights brought
readers back to the world of the Twelfth Knight Brotherhood
and their need to find a human wife to mate with. Cheryl
finds herself not only taken but abruptly introduced to the
world of BDSM. Not only do Cy and Maksim have to deal with
showing Cheryl her new world, but they also have to bridge
the differences between them before they can join forever.
For me, the world of BDSM has to be combined with deep
emotion and understanding in order to make it work
successfully, even if true love is not found. The same is
true, if not more so, for a romance to work. Unfortunately,
in Wicked Nights I was never able to feel that
emotional bond which should bring Doms and Subs together in
a harmonious relationship that can grow. Maybe because of
that, I also never felt that the trio ever came together
romantically. It could be that I felt this loss because
Wicked Nights was not my first time visiting this
particular world but it was the first time I was left
feeling empty at the end.