Saturday, October 17, 2015

Perfect Betrayal

Perfect Betrayal by Season Vining

To the outside world, Taylor Hudson has it all: beauty, money and social status. But Taylor's privileged life is far lonelier than it appears.
Levi is the inside man on a job to steal fifteen million dollars from one of the town's wealthiest families, putting him on a crash course with Taylor. Neither of them believe in love, but lust. . . that's undeniable.
Now they're locked in a wicked game of seduction and it's unclear who is playing who. But neither of them expected the affair to lead to the deepest connection they've ever experienced. Because beneath Taylor's perfect exterior lies a need for love that mirrors Levi's own. As the heist approaches, how can Levi protect Taylor from the truth? Is he willing to give up everything to save the one girl who's made him want to be a better man?

3.0 out of 5 stars too slowOctober 17, 2015
This review is from: Perfect Betrayal (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book in exchange for an honest review*
I enjoyed this book, to an extent. It was a new, refreshing plot I don't see often. I love Suzanne. For a side character. Levi and Taylor are an interesting couple. They have this immense chemistry between each other that was explosive. The ending was beautiful. I fully enjoyed it. My problem was that the story just dragged on way too long. It slowed down so much in parts that I found myself skimming. I would really get into the story and then lose interest. I wanted to know what happened it just took so long to get through this. I think it could certainly be cut down a bit. In all, a decent storyline but could really be shortened so that the reader doesn't get bored in between exciting parts. But, I do love this author and look forward to more from her.
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