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Three people are carving out their fortunes in Africa s largest city, but each of them hides a deeper, darker desire What is the secret desire of the angelic Charlotte, who finds all men s eyes on her in Lagos What about Andrew, who keeps a hunger so buried perhaps he doesn t admit it even to himself And what could be darker than Clement Ambode s already shadowy reliability as an all purpose contractor in the underbelly of Lagos Charlotte, Andrew, and Clement will find themselves in a very dark place when their worlds collide in this ultra sexy, interracial novella about love, lust, and dark erotic desires Very explicit scenes, for adults only This is the first Arnica Butler book I have read, and I have to say that I am impressed Not really knowing what to expect the blurb wasintriguing than enlightening I jumped into the narrative and enjoyed the ride muchthan I d anticipated.The plot is reasonably straight forward, but the complex layers of characterisation really appeal to me I never quite understood the complicated needs or motivations of the main three protagonists although some areobvious than others This is the first Arnica Butler book I have read, and I have to say that I am impressed Not really knowing what to expect the blurb wasintriguing than enlightening I jumped into the narrative and enjoyed the ride muchthan I d anticipated.The plot is reasonably straight forward, but the complex layers of characterisation really appeal to me I never quite understood the complicated needs or motivations of the main three protagonists although some areobvious than others but I read their interactions with absolute fascination.And then there s the sex I am not sure who enjoyed Clement s abject domination of CharlotteClement, Charlotte, Andrew Or myself Butler s writing style is slick and for a good proportion of the story it s flawless There were a few grammatical issues in the final section of the novel, but these could easily be ironed out and didn t ruin my enjoyment of the story.All in all I appreciated this dark appraisal of the under belly of Lagos Butler paints a grim picture of the place, making it a living, breathing beast in its own right As a reader I believe that the complex needs of these characters could easily be created, inflamed and lost in this humid, heaving cityI await Butler s next book with interest.I was given a free copy of this book, in return for an honest review