At an annual Christmas party an image of perfection stepped into Tatiana's life. From the outside looking in, Courtney McAdams appeared to have it all; career, good looks and charming personality. Nine months later they were married, moving into a suburban dream home and planning to start a family. His request for her to quit teaching art at the elementary school to become a full-time wife and mother seemed ideal when he revealed plans to convert an extra bedroom into an art studio. With all they'd accomplished she felt obligated and realized a child would be the most perfect gift any wife could give a husband. Courtney, on the other hand had a different agenda. Overcome by greed, Courtney and his best friend record sexually explicit adult videos and sell them on the internet. Having children was never in his plan and marrying Tatiana was only a cover to protect his image. Unbeknownst to him, the FBI was in hot pursuit, secretly approached Tatiana with his videos and convinced her to wear a wire. Feeling betrayed and disillusioned, Tatiana cooperates and coerces him to confess. He's arrested and she's left to deal with a different emotion.
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Illusion of Love based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Tatiana and Courtney meet at a Christmas Party. After their first official date, it leads to casual sex. What are the keys to a successful relationship: good sex, good communication, or compromising? The couple continues to engage in sexual activities, where I thought he moved in. This book can be classified as women's fiction, chicklit or urban romance. There were parts that were moving too slow for me, only Tatiana and Courtney focusing on having sex, ordering Chinese food, and debating on what makes a good relationship. This seems like the typical dating scene for most women, to believe they have a successful relationship once they lay down with a man. Courtney is a good catch: police officer, handsome, single and no kids. Do women want a good man or good sex? Is there a happily ever after? Adrienna Turner AAMBC Reviewer