Review: Seductive Secrets


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3 stars

Read on October 15, 2014

Synopsis: Regan James has lived the life of a wanderer, and is jaded with working in second class tourist dives. When she is rescued from a seedy bar by her past lover, Rod Carruthers, he believes the worst of her—as usual. Can Regan convince him that she is not the bad girl he thinks she is—or does she really want to, now that Rod is mixed up in something mysterious?

Each of them holds a secret; will the passion between them ever let the truth be told?

Bookish Things: 79 pages, this is the prequel for Annie’s previously published book, Dangerous Desire, that I thoroughly enjoyed. The cover is quite nice, but I don’t normally like having people on the front covers because it takes away some of the creative opportunity of the readers.

Where to buy: Amazon on kindle for $0.92

My Review:

Bookshelves: aww2014, aussie-authors, indie-author, romance, 3-star-review, a-lil-sexy

Welcome to the prequel for Dangerous Desire.

Seductive Secrets spirals around Regan and Rod. Their sex-fueled relationship from the year before came to a bitter end with accusations of betrayal on both sides and they’ve both taken the past 12 months to get over the other, except, it seems, neither have.

When they wind up together in Cairns, things begin to burn with unbridled lust and sultry, sexy looks between the two. This was fuelled by the truths that can’t be shared, trust is required. Will it be given?

The mystery surrounding Mr Cabal was interesting, but given I’ve read Dangerous Desire, I already knew what was going to happen. It did ruin the mysterious ending. If you read these in order I think you will enjoy them a lot more.

This book could do with a bit of a polish, here’s a few things I noticed:

37% – …follow instructions when needed . (Remove space before fullstop)
42% – Electricity fired though (through) his nerve endings…
44% – Her skinned (skin) burned…
89% – …sapphire blue water of the. (Incomplete sentence)

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