Friday, 25 September 2015

Dirty Secrets by Jane O'Reilly

Thirty days of discovery…

With her self-esteem at an all-time low following a disastrous relationship Jules just needs a place to hide away, so when her childhood Theo offers her a place to stay she jumps at the chance!

But the handsome, suave and sophisticated man who greets her is unrecognisable as the teenaged nerd she knew ten years ago. She’s out of her depth in Theo’s new world, especially when he reveals the nature of the business that has made him a very wealthy man…

Theo owns and runs an exclusive club, a very private members club, catering to clients seeking something extra to spice up their private lives. But Jules’s shock and embarrassment turns to fascination and excitement when Theo gifts her a complimentary thirty day membership…

I would like to thank Carina UK for approving me to read this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.

Jules needs to escape her old life and decides to visit old friend Theo, but Jules is shocked at the life he now leads and also a little intrigued with his life.  Every little bit of the story is around building up Julie's confidence and I found this to be a great part of the story.

As with all Jane's books she provides lots of back ground to the story that make them feel so much more than and erotic read, she is one of the best authors of erotic material I have come across and will be looking out for more of her books.

This is a short read and I wanted it to be a lot longer and I hope that Jane will consider writing longer books in the future.  Theo is hot and I would be intrigued by his life as Jules is, I like the idea of being able to follow your fantasy and this book begins with Jules fantasy and then Jane flips it and it becomes about Theo's fantasy.  With every encounter Jules became more daring and wouldn'g be good if we could all do this with no consequences?

Jane O'Reilly started writing as an antidote to kid's TV when her youngest child was a baby. Her first novel was set in her old school and involved a ghost and lots of death. It's unpublished, which is probably for the best. Then she discovered contemporary romance, and that, as they say, was that. She lives near London with her husband and two children.

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1 comment:

  1. Steamy romance has never really been my cup of tea, but this sounds like a raunchy, short read with a nice time-constrained plot :)