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Reviewed by Francine Zane for Readers' Favorite
In KC Decker's 945 Cedar Avenue (Book 4), Salinger is devastated when Jessie announces her engagement to Silas. His solution to dealing with his pain? A heavy dose of meaningless sex with an array of regulars at 1462 South Broadway, a members-only sex club. When Avery enters his world, Salinger fights against falling for her, but there is only so much a man can do in the face of true love.
KC Decker's 945 Cedar Avenue is an edgy tale of mindless sex, true romance, and friendships that last forever. Told in first person through the eyes of Salinger, the story will appeal to a wide variety of readers, from those who are fascinated with the allure of a sex club’s seemingly unending supply of willing partners to the reader who appreciates the unexpected discovery of a soulmate. I can easily see why Salinger is a fan favorite. Decker created this multi-dimensional character to appeal to women as a man with true morals, and even though he slips into a pit of depravity, he still exhibits so many qualities that women crave in their everyday lives.
What I appreciated the most about 945 Cedar Avenue is that the book breaks away from the stereotypical housewife’s fantasy of what a sex club is like and reads as if the author has firsthand knowledge of the lifestyle. For one of the few times in the last decade, I was not left unfulfilled and wondering if the author meant to parody real life or just did not know any better. For that reason alone, I am a new fan of KC Decker and her take on erotic romance.