A new to me series, the premise intrigued so I decided to delve into the Twisted Sisters Club by Deb Julienne. Please read on for my
Sex, Secrets & Happily Ever Afters
Not having read book one in this Twisted Sisters Club, I didn’t find that Angel’s story was too difficult to follow because I needed information from the first. However, I do take great issue with the abundance of twists, turns, back and forth and general wishy-washy heroine and her decisions.
Not that the story wasn’t well written – it most certainly was, but there was enough drama with Angel’s secrets, I felt as if the author wanted to ‘edge up’ the emotional stakes for readers by making her unable to make a decision and stick to it. It was, quite frankly, annoying as hell and completely ruined my interest in the couple or their connection.
Travis, for his part, was even more difficult for me to like. He was so totally IN this relationship, iron-gripping on to someone who couldn’t decide if the sky was bright blue or grey blue and everything had to stop until she decided.
There are many who would love this manufactured and unnecessary angst from a supposed adult businesswoman with a successful life. I was ready, more than once, to strangle her. This is a perfect story for readers with more patience for an indecisive and, frankly wimpy, heroine.
Title: Sex, Secrets & Happily Ever Afters
Author: Deb Julienne
Series: The Twisted Sisters Club #2
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published by: Lyrical Shine
Published on: 4 August, 2015
Source: Publisher via NetGalley
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Angel Talbot is anything but pure—in fact some might even consider her a bit wicked. How else would you describe the manager of an ‘adults only’ store that specializes in helping ladies find that special O. But Angel could use a hand herself. Or two. That is until she stumbles into sexy businessman Travis Wellington.
When the Wellington Family had a problem, they sent Travis to fix it. Being the CEO of his family’s multi-million dollar enterprise means Travis is used to getting his hands dirty. But the pressure of looking out for the company, along with his family’s well-being was beginning to take its toll . . . until he found his Angel…
A copy of this title was provided via Publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.
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