Torn between love and sex. By the time Connie decides, it could be too late.
Surprised by Cliff’s sudden attention, Connie is caught between the life she always wanted and the passion she never knew she needed. Luckily, Connie’s wild, older sister Hillary comes to town to talk some sense into her—don’t throw away your future for a passing fling. But can Connie forgo the ecstasy of Mellors’s touch for a future with Cliff? Will Cliff be too distracted with the IPO to realize what’s at stake?
While I really liked Hungry and Dirty, the first two books in this series, I can’t say the same for Torn. Don’t get me wrong, the writing is the same. The characters are the same. It’s just that my empathy for Connie isn’t there any longer. I’m not condoning someone cheating on their significant other, but I understand why Connie cheated on Cliff with Oliver Mellors the first time. I even understand how it could happen. What I don’t understand or get is how she can still say that she loves Cliff, but still continue her affair with Oliver.
The conspiracy between Ivy Bolton, Cliff’s assistant, and Tommy Dukes, the man who wants to take Chatterbox public, continues. This time, they are putting Connie in their sights. Connie is getting more and more in over her head by continuing to have an affair with Oliver. Cliff starts to realize that he isn’t putting enough into their relationship and he really is trying and starting to change. But is it a little too late? Now more than ever, Connie is torn as to what she wants and the person she wants to be.
Release Date: May 27, 2013
Book Length: 80 pages
Reviewed by: Kim
Reading Format: Available only in eBook
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Click here for my review of Miss Chatterley, Part 1: Hungry
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