betrayed by her lover when she let down her guard and
revealed her darkest secret. Still reeling from the
betrayal, she refuses to allow her heartache to continue
ruling her life by enjoying a night out at Club
Immortality. What she finds is Micah, a man so fabulously
perfect that she’s tempted to express how much she wants him
right then and there. Club Immortality caters to and brings
to life every patron’s need. Perhaps, Micah is the answer
to her desires.
assertive women and empathetic, talented men are always the
players in Taige Crenshaw’s worlds. Club Immortality:
Lay Me Down keeps the rhythm with Syn and Micah, two
lonely souls locked in a passionate tug-of-war of love.
You’ll get heatstroke following Syn and Micah in and out of
the bedroom as each hot scene attempts to outdo the last. I
must state that their entire dynamic isn’t just strictly
physical, there is romance. Ms. Crenshaw effectively
conveys Syn and Micah’s emotional connection.
Club Immortality: Lay Me Down comes on strong
as the intro to this fabulously exotic and sensuous series,
an appetizer for the next course. If Club Immortality
actually existed, you’d constantly find yourself tripping
over happy people every time you took a step.