Reviewed by Katelyn Hensel for Readers' Favorite
If you're longing for some romancing, Sated by Charity Parkerson is just the thing to heat up these chilly winter nights. Arbor starts her night out in a goth club, looking to be completely sated, and denying anyone she doesn't think can do the job. Killian captivates her from the first moment, but there is something different about him and his band mates, something perhaps unnatural? Killian, along with his band mate Lyric, and eventually a cop named Trey, form a bond with Arbor, one that can take them to the highest of pleasures and to the breaking point of pleasure and pain.
Let's take a look at the three male leads for a minute. To me, Trey was your classic buff body-builder type who is used to getting what he wants. Killian is the sexy, dark and potentially dangerous rocker who is just as likely to kill you (using drugs and other vices) as he is to kiss you. Lyric, on the other hand, was almost more artsy, a bit more gentle, but not by much. All together, these guys are the embodiment of nearly anyone's fantasy (if they are into men) and it's hard to put the book down with such virile masculinity pouring off the pages.
The general feel of Sated is very surreal. It's as if you are in some dark, sexy, rock-god's dream and he won't let you go until he's made you scream - with pleasure or pain, you aren't sure. Charity Parkerson gives you a beautiful, sexy diversion...one that is sure to warm you from the tips of your fingers to the tips of your toes and have you running for a cool shower.