REVIEW: Lust by Ker Dukey

Title: Lust

Series: The Elite Seven

Author: Ker Dukey

Publication Date: February 11, 2019

I was born with wealth, athletic ability, and looks that could melt the panties off a nun. I had a clear path to success. Until fate dealt me a cruel blow, leaving me empty and in need of purpose. My only focus now is to become part of The Elite--a secret society in one of the most prestigious colleges in the world. But everything comes at a price, and with The Elite, you have to earn your place. Lucky for me, being sinful is in my DNA. The only obstacle to full initiation is my task: seduce the un-seducible, the forbidden, and lure her with the sins of the flesh. Easy for a man like theory. She started as my task, but what happens when the lines between lust and love blur, and the need for power rages war with the need for her? Accept your sin wisely, for the tasks given to earn your place are not for the weak--they're for The Elite. This is my life, my chance, my legacy. I am Rhett Masters. I am Lust.

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Rating ★★★

A start to a series that reminds me of The Skulls, a movie that I loved when it came out. So Lust is book 1 in the series The Elite Seven. Each title in this series based on the seven deadly sins and Book 1 is Rhett’s story. This book is a quick read and somewhat fast paced. Rhett’s story is sad and heartbreaking, he’s definitely a hero who has had to deal with some harsh realities in life. This storyline is intriguing and definitely has me interested in the Elite. As far as Rhett and Chasitys they kind of went from 0 to 180 rather quickly and I didn’t quite get as invested in them as I would have liked. Individually they both intrigued me and their banter back and forth and me excited for the prospect of these two together. But when it happened it was almost as if they went from never going to happen to their committed and I feel like I missed the development of the relationship all together. That being said, this story does a great job of introducing and setting the tone for the rest of the series as far as the Elite seven go. I predict we will see our fair share of debauchery, scandal and drama in the books to come and I for one am excited for them. ​

The Elite Seven




Lust Pride Wrath Envy Greed Gluttony Sloth