Review of The Club Revisited by A.L. Brooks
The Club Revisited is sexy erotica with a touch of romance. Set in the first all-female sex club, it is the long-awaited sequel to The Club, which was released in 2016. As in the first book, the background of the story is the sex club run by Mandy and her team. I really liked the interweaving of the different storylines, they are like individual short stories connected by the club, which gives it a framework and thus makes the book one story.
We meet different women who visit the club for different reasons to make new sexual experiences and live erotic fantasies. They are warm-hearted, sometimes insecure but brave women who get out of their comfort zones to live out their wishes and desires. Each guest has their own personal reasons why they visit this place and we get them to know enough to understand what drives them.
This book is not just pure erotica, the women have stories that touched my heart, especially Laura’s and Jody’s. I can’t and don’t want to imagine what it would be like to lose my wife, would I ever be able to touch another woman again? To find love again? I think I would have a very hard time. Or how Jody has to accept her disability after a tragic accident and she has to find her self-confidence again, and the knowledge that her personality is not determined by a missing body part. This is hard work you have to do, to feel whole again.
The sex scenes are erotic and hot, the sex in the red room (BDSM) is of the light variety, so don’t expect hard BDSM sex.
The romance begins one evening when Mandy greets a new guest. When she recognizes her, emotions and sizzling memories flood her body, taking her by surprise. It’s the woman she had hot sex within a restroom some 20 years ago, never saw her again, but never forgot. That interlude was even part of the reason she started The Club. The reunion awakens long-forgotten feelings and longing in Mandy. Is it really possible that she too, get a chance to find love once again?
I think some of us find ourselves again in another woman. As much as this club is intriguing, I’m not sure I would ever have the courage to visit such a place, but the book is so well written that it felt like I was sitting at the table as one of the guests, enjoying the erotic sex scenes in the green, blue and red room.
If you like erotic interludes with some real storylines, you will enjoy this book as much as I did. My only minor complaint is the book is too short, only about 140 pages long. I would have liked more of Mandy and Laura and the visitors.
My rating 4.5 stars
Thanks to Ylva Publishing for providing an ARC for an honest review.