Thursday, November 14, 2013


Deception by Mona Ingram

Former model Justine Phillips agrees to be auctioned off at a charity event. Dramatically changing her appearance, she attends as “Jasmine”. Alex Melrose, the CEO of a pharmaceutical company wins the bidding to take her to dinner. The attraction between them is instant, mutual and powerful.
It isn’t until Justine returns home after their date that she learns that Alex’s company manufactured the drug responsible for the death of her mother. Alex searches for “Jasmine” but cannot find her.
In spite of her conflicted feelings about Alex, Justine cannot forget him, but when they meet again, he doesn’t recognize her. The attraction is still there, and they embark on a difficult and sometimes surprising emotional rollercoaster ride on their way to discovering the truth about each other.
This book contains explicit sexual content.

DeceptionDeception by Mona Ingram
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a pretty sexy story. I enjoyed the plot and really liked the philanthropy that was sprung throughout the story. It was refreshing to see a billionaire actually doing good with their money instead of just spoiling the heroine of the story. It was a very emotional yet fun, sexy read. I really wanted to love this story. But, the writing was a little lacking. The fact that their date was sans the mask used at the auction, and he knows her face, do eye color and hair color really make someone that different that he couldn't figure it out? That annoyed me throughout the story. The fact that he was angry about it felt over the top for me. But, it's still an enjoyable read.

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