Torn between love and sex. By the time Connie decides, it could be too late.
Consumed by desire, Connie’s body yields to Mellor’s outrageous demands even as her heart yearns for her sweet, steady boyfriend. Connie reaches out to Cliff to save their relationship but he is too distracted exploring a different sort of temptation—the promise of quick and easy money from the shifty Tommy Dukes. Can Connie stop Cliff before he makes an epic mistake? Can she stop herself before she falls too far to ever come back?
Strangely, I’m kind of starting to like cliffhangers. In the second installment of the Miss Chatterley series, you get a little bit more of the deceitfulness and underhanded methods of Ivy Bolton, Cliff's assistant and right hand, and Tommy Dukes, the Goldman Sachs guy who wants to take Chatterbox public with its IPO. Without giving away too much, these are two people I'm hoping get their just desserts, but in a very bad way.
Cliff himself seems to be a little adorable, in that there is so much going on around him, that he doesn't see anything. He's starting to realize he's taking Connie for granted. He tries to make it all up to her, but with him, work just keeps coming first.
Connie, for her part is someone you just want to smack and tell to get a grip. I can understand and appreciate her overall underlying issue of being all alone in another state, with her boyfriend not paying her any attention and most of the time not even acknowledging her existence. She really needs to figure out what she wants. For me, she's bordering on someone I can't stand.
Thankfully, the ending of this book doesn't make me want to scream, as the ending of Hungry did. I'm looking forward to seeing how this series ends. Up next, is Torn. And the name, I'm sure is going to say it all.
Release Date: May 20, 2013
Book Length: 81 pages
Reviewed by: Kim
Reading Format: Available only in eBook
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