Review of Cavalier (A Crimson Elite Novel), by T. L. Smith

Wow! This book was a great read. The men of Crimson Elite are all handsome, ruthless, and very in control of their lives and their business, that is until Creed meets Elicea. They own Crimson Elite, the most exclusive sex club in the world, and no is allowed to talk about it. If they do, they will regret it.

Creed Christopher in one of four friends who owns Crimson Elite, he’s the guy who brings in the women for club. He knows how to read them and he knows who will be the best for the club. He is the quiet one. He believes that he only has enough love in his heart for mother and no one else. So when he sees Elicea Beckham, he doesn’t know what it is about her that draws him to her.

Elicea Beckham is a woman who does not appreciate anyone touching her, so when she has finally taken all she can from being touched at work, she decides that she better quit before she gets fired because she retaliated against a man who has touched her too many times while she is working. She is a woman who needs her job to make ends meet, but she just can’t do it anymore. When Creed offers her a job making double what she is making, she can’t walk away from it. The attraction she has to him will have to be pushed aside.

I really liked this story and hope that there will be more on the other guys from Crimson Elite. I would love to read about all of these men finding the one woman who can bring them to their knees just like Elicea did to Creed.

I give this story a 4.5 star review and highly recommend it to anyone who likes to read about powerful men who find that one woman who can bring them to their knees and find their HEA.

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