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Posted May 7, 2014
Whether her name is Sienna, Ally or Eve (her real name) she is number one at what she does. She entraps cheating husbands so their wives can get evidence of their cheating. This provides the wives with evidence to negotiate favorable terms on their divorces. This is Eve's game and job, and she does it well.
In this installment though, she is getting ready to work on an old friend. The one man she ever gave her heart to. The one who she discovered in bed with another woman. Now is his turn to pay for cheating on his wife. Henry Callahan is in for the con of his life!
I found this book entertaining and amusing. There are no limits to what Eve will do to get her man!
Posted April 29, 2014
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Sienna Ally, who's "18-years-old" had a new project. His name is Ian. Honestly, this book was much better than Mischief in Miami. I found it more funny and entertaining. I liked to see two sides of Eve's project, Ian and the other project that will remain unnamed.
This story was entertaining because us as readers learn of something. Now, most readers will assume this would happen, but for it to really happen, it makes you want to punch a wall (or girl). There is competition. And Eve runs into it one her second project in this book. And it made me so mad. Readers out there, if you're reading this review to figure out if you should give the second one a try, go buy it now! Scandal in Seattle is much more entertaining and fun to read!
I recommend this series to fans of Nicole Williams because if you haven't given it a shot yet, you'll be sorry when you do give it a try that you didn't earlier.
Parental Rating: 17+
Posted July 27, 2013
Revenge was an odd thing-it could motivate a person like nothing else.-Loc 392
So...I may have been slightly excited about this second installment of the Great Exploitations Series. I kept asking the author when it would be ready. Why do I love it so much? Well, for starters, it's smart. Then, there's the fact that it's unique. The premise is pretty awesome. Finally, it's totally sexy!
If you haven't read the first one, let me share a little about what the series is about. The main character works for an agency that helps blackmail cheating spouses. Typically, suspicious wives hire these "Eve's" to get their spouse to be caught in the act and use it in an divorce, etc. So, the main character, got into this business having been cheated on herself. She decided that she would never be hurt like that again. She did it for revenge. In the first book, we get an idea of what her job entails. Then at the end of the first book, she gets a big case. The guy who will make her bank. The same guy who broke her heart. And she wants to nail him to the wall.
So, now on to this book. "Ally", is in Seattle waiting to meet up with Henry. She's also working a side job, because Henry travels a lot and it's hard to catch him in one place. "Ally" has an advantage though. She knows his routine and she makes her move. The feelings that surface are unexpected and unwelcome. She has a job to do. But, seeing the man she thought she would marry, is stirring up some confusing feelings for her.
I already knew that I loved "Ally" from the first book. She's smart, sassy, and has some hysterical inner dialogue. She seriously cracks me up! What suprised me was that I actually liked Henry. Yes, she caught him cheating years ago, but I have a suspicion that it may not have been what it seemed. At least, I'm hoping that's the case. I don't want to like him, but it was kind of hard not to. I'm absolutely *dying* to see what will happen in the next installment! The ending left me screaming at my kindle "NO! I'm not ready for the book to end!" So, basically...I need the next one STAT!
Overall, if you can't tell...I loved it! These are novellas that read like you're watching a tv show. So, while it's frustrating when the ending comes, it leaves me panting for MORE!!!! If you're looking for a short, fun, and sexy series to start, pick this one up!
~Dicks didn't work magic. The men behind them did.-Loc 682
~"I didn't realize a condom needed to be a condition these days. I thought that came pretty standard. You know, like cup holders in cars. You don't have to ask because those little buggers are expected, not preferred."-Loc 854
~Having to be just as forceful as he was, I yanked my head away from his packaged, ready, and if I'd been a virgin bride on my wedding night, rather disappointing dick. I lay back over the hood. Time to get it over with.-Loc 870
~"You're not a virgin are you babe? You're so damn tight I'm starting to wonder."
That's because I do more Kegels than the girlfriend of a rock band's lead singer.-Loc 870
~I took things and tore them apart. What I tore apart might have only been hanging on by a thread, but something about walking around the place that Henry had to show for his efforts made me think about what I had to show for mine.
A burgeoning bank account and a jaded attitude toward humanity, but nothing else.-Loc 970
Posted July 9, 2013
Posted July 13, 2013
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