ARC Review: Playing with Seduction by Erika Wilde

sudPlaying with Seduction

Erika Wilde

Player’s Club Series,

Kindle Edition, 151 pages
Published October 19th 2015



Kendall Shaw loves her job as a boudoir photographer. When she enlists hot, gorgeous, 100% alpha male, Jase Burns for a custom photo shoot for a romance novel cover, she quickly discovers that he only took the job to get close to her. But her painful divorce has made her wary of men, and especially one who is eight years younger than she is.

The moment Jase sets his sights on beautiful, sexy Kendall, he wants her. Despite their mutual attraction, she’s rejected his every advance. But Jase loves a good challenge, and one steamy, seductive night at The Players Club changes everything between them.

Kendall has never experienced such overwhelming passion, or been pursued so tenaciously. Jase is addicting, in every way, and she soon finds herself falling for a man who doesn’t fit into her ideal future.

Can Jase convince Kendall to let go of her past and take a risk on a second chance at love—with him?





4 Stars


I liked Jase from the moment he hit the page.  Total Alpha male. Strong, commanding and smart. I enjoyed his creative way of getting what he wanted. His compassion makes his dominance even more intense.


Kendall is hard working and knows what she wants in life. After have her desires pull out from under her feet and rubbed in her face, she will settle for nothing less. Kendall changes through this story allowed her to find the missing pieces of her womanhood.


Sexy, sensual and seductive.


Playing with Seduction is a quick, chemistry intense, exceptionally hot read. Erika Wilde’s third installment of The Player’s Club series takes down walls of inhibitions and allows fantasies come true. Kendall and Jase are great together. The attraction, chemistry, sexual tension, and passion make is very clear where they belong.  At different place in their lives, but clearly belong together, Jase and Kendall learn sometime thing happen for a reason and  are just meant to be. A great addition to the series.


Copy provided for an honest review.





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