About the Book:
Then Brad transforms to a Jekyll-Hyde and his violent outbursts return. He fluctuates between kindness and cruelty. Ronni believes he may be bipolar, never realizing that Brad is playing a deadly game, and something sinister looms around the corner. Someone else is in their marriage, back-stabbing and double double crossing.
As secrets unfold, lies unravel, and fraud is uncovered, what happened in Philly spirals frantically out of control, putting Ronni and Traci in danger.
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Dishonor Thy Reader...
First of all, this book needed developmental edits, then line edits, then it needed to be thrown into the garbage.
Yeah, I know that's harsh, but I can't help it. The book was terribly written. The lack of competent editing made me stop and reread certain sentences, and it oftentimes pulled me right out the story, not that I wanted to be IN the story in the first place.
There's no depth to the story or characters, and the supposedly dark, sexy scenes were like poorly produced episodes of Silk Stockings from Skinemax.
Second of all, the BIG REVEAL, the BIG SECRET that was supposed to string me along...well, I figured that out in the first chapter.
I only finished reading this book because I wanted to see if the main asshole got his balls handed to him like he deserved. He did, but it was an afterthought, sort of side scene, that didn't happen "on camera." We were told about it AFTER the fact, and boy was the ending L-A-M-E.
If another of Belinda Austin's book's blurb catches my eye, I will consider reading it...as long as she lists an editor as one of her contributors.