ARC REVIEW: Sex, Secrets & Happily Ever Afters by Deb Julienne


Sex, Secrets & Happily Ever Afters (The Twisted Sisters Club #2)
Author: Deb Julienne
Genre: Romance, Contemporary
Release Date: August 4th
Published by: Lyrical Shine


Angel Talbot is anything but pure—in fact some might even consider her a bit wicked. How else would you describe the manager of an ‘adults only’ store that specializes in helping ladies find that special O. But Angel could use a hand herself. Or two. That is until she stumbles into sexy businessman Travis Wellington.

When the Wellington Family had a problem, they sent Travis to fix it. Being the CEO of his family’s multi-million dollar enterprise means Travis is used to getting his hands dirty. But the pressure of looking out for the company, along with his family’s well-being was beginning to take its toll . . . until he found his Angel…


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Sex, Secrets & Happily Ever Afters is the second book in The Twisted Sisters Club series. It is a standalone and can be read as such… to my knowledge it does have an HEA.

Now then, this review isn’t going to be exceedingly long or in-depth like my other ones. You might  be asking why; Well the short and simple of it is, I’m a quitter! Yup, you read that right. I did not finish this book. I got to about 38% and just felt like I was forcing myself to read it. The more forcing I was doing, the less I was liking the book. To me, that’s completely unfair to this author. This book is exceedingly well written, it has some great characters in it. The dynamics between the characters is wonderful too. There is not a single thing I could say bad about this book, it was interesting from the get go, as well as the synopsis and the situations. I was cracking up for a good portion of what I did read. (About to chapter 5 or 6.)

The only reason I stopped reading it, was because -I- lost interest. Me. It’s not that the book isn’t interesting. I can’t even pinpoint what happened, I just know I did. That being said, I still would recommend it because what I did read of it, was great.


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