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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Logan Belle
Released: May 27, 2013
Published by Pocket Star
“TORN was at times nail biting but extremely addicting! ” ~Under the Covers
Once you get to this stage of the serial….you’ll be hooked! After the ending of the second part I had to keep going and going and rush to get to the resolution. And honestly, I’m not sure how I felt about any possible outcome. I was torn myself.
Connie has been having an affair with her personal trainer and sometimes that collides with her boyfriend, Cliff. Her previous attempts to get Cliff to pay more attention to her and their relationship had gone unanswered until now. And Cliff now wants to make an effort and make things work.
I loved how the authors portrayed the emotional battle that can happen when people make the conscious decision to continue an affair. There was a reason why it all started and sometimes it can’t be as easy as turning a switch and making it go away. There are consequences to others around them.
TORN was at times nail biting but extremely addicting! I couldn’t help but watch (read) on and when I got to that last page, I turned quickly for the next and final chapter.
*ARC provided by publisher
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