Andre Undercover by Nikki Sex: Review of an erotic thriller.

Synopsis

I’m just a small-town girl working undercover as a sex slave in order to expose an international human trafficking ring.Sounds crazy, right?

But I’m not alone. The irresistible André Chevalier is with me. Psychoanalyst, philosopher, gentlemen, and friend—the Frenchman is to hot sex what crack is to an addict.

I expected danger, risk, exploitation, and constant fear. But I never expected to fall in love.

Warning: Contains intensely erotic scenes, profanity, naughty pillow talk, and damaged heroes who like it rough and dirty.

Review

WARNING: erotic, triggers, abuse, human trafficking not for the faint of heart!

This book is very difficult for me to rate as I don’t read heavy erotic anymore. Yet this is much more than “just that”!

My “personal preferences” in my current state of mind would be around 3 stars.

Yet it would not be fair to the book and the way Nikki Sex chose to broach this topic, neither to what true fans of erotic would think. If you crave the genre you’d probably give it a 4,5 to 5 stars.

So I will settle for

Here is the deal: I love Nikki Sex as a writer and as a person. She has a huge understanding of human nature and what makes abusers tick. She has an enormous respect and compassion for victims of abuse and is a fountain of wisdom for all things abuse related.
I kid you not as we’ve talked many times for years about these subjects!
I have read many of her books beginning with Abuse that I would recommend to everyone!
But if I have read some of her erotic books not one of those I’ve read so far is to be compared with this one.

My “problem” in this one was that it is so much more “heavy” than “light” erotic and the “role play” in the first sex scene is really raw and extreme.😲
Yet I think Nikki did a splendid job writing about what’s happening when a Dom who’s been repressed or ignored this side all his life gets to play with a sex slave. A real sex slave as in someone craving to please someone else and being really turned on by the other’s commanding side. In this particular scene what was hard for me to read is the absence of feelings (as in caring) and the Dom is let’s be honest behaving like a selfish man.
At the same time this is just perfect for Sofia, our sex slave as it’s what she’s been conditioned to crave!
I think my brain could simply not process how this could work so well.🤣🤣🤣
I guess I am a rebel through and through LOL

But this is of course much more than heavy erotic or smut! Knowing Nikki she would never settle for that only.

The purpose of the book is to be a thriller and highlight the depravity of sex traffickers! Nothing is untouchable for these sick people. They use all means to kidnap and force young women or even kids to be subjected to the abject needs of some rich and powerful of this world.

The whole plot is based on Sofia, former sex slave who could escape in a very dramatic fashion (opening scene worthy of James Bond if you had nudity in these movies LOL) a boat where she’s been imprisoned and abused for years alongside other victims. After years of therapy and thanks to the help of the infamous Andre Chevalier Sofia is now ready to infiltrate this ring in the hope of stopping everything and freeing the slaves. She wants the bad guys behind the bars!

What will you find in this book?
-Action (think about the escape scene with more to come);
-Romance (unexpectedly but still);
-Heavy very explicit and detailed sex scenes (keep the kids away from your screen and thank Amazon for the creation of Kindle if you are commuting, much more discreet than an explicit cover);
-Triggers, abuse, depravity of the riches;
-Torture and rape (you’ve been warned);
-Plot twists;
-André Chevalier (of course 😉).

If you are up to all the above then I would definitely recommend this one

Have you read any of her books before?

Thanks for reading!

Sophie

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11 Replies to “Andre Undercover by Nikki Sex: Review of an erotic thriller.”

  1. Wow, this sounds really interesting. Every now and then, I like to read books that take me to the edge and sex trafficking always draws me in for some reason…I think maybe because I always worry about my kids. I never even knew about it until a few years ago from reading a book by Alessandra Torre, and they actually busted a huge ring just 10 miles from us at a mall that we always shopped at! It’s terrifying, but I think it’s also so important to spread awareness. I understand your rating conflict and great review!

  2. I’m pretty sure have several of her books on my kindle but haven’t read them yet…

  3. Really interesting how intense this gets! 😮 What would have it taken for you to give up on this? Is there a level of erotica that’s way too much for you? 😮 Great review though! Don’t expect me to give this one a shot however hahah 😉

    1. BewareOfTheReader says: Reply

      What would bring me to give up is erotica is when the main characters have no self love and are abused and treated like rubbish and they feel they deserve it. That’s a level that that I can’t stand.

  4. I enjoyed your honest, thorough review, Sophie. This isn’t a genre I read much of. There have been a few I enjoyed but I think this would be much on the erotic side for my taste.

    1. BewareOfTheReader says: Reply

      Well Laura everyone has his own taste and even taste evolve! Mine evolved because I used to read more erotic some years ago.

  5. Wait, is the author’s last name actually “Sex”?

    Sounds like a heavy read to me. I don’t think I’ll be able to stomach erotica that borders on abuse too.

    1. BewareOfTheReader says: Reply

      Well not in real life Shruti LOL But you know the first book I read by her “Abuse” I wrote about her name and joked about it in my review so I am not surprised at your comment! Her answer was that the readers should know what was awaiting them and why be ashamed to write about sex when you praise violence and war in books? I immediately fell in love with her wisdom and she’s been my friend since that time 😉

      1. Ooh I like her explanation! Power to Nikki!

  6. Great review, Sophie. I’m not an erotic fan either, but you’ve tempted me 🙂

    1. BewareOfTheReader says: Reply

      Hahahaha thank you Jacquie! Nikki has a unique writing!

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