Also by this author: Love, Chloe
Twisted Marriage (Filthy Vows, #2) by Alessandra Torre
Series: Filthy Vows #2
on October 10, 2019
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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Some sexual actions have consequences...
We thought we could branch outside of the norm. Explore my sexual fantasies. Dip our toes in a kinky pond just to see how it felt.
But you can't have sex with your husband's best friend in front of him without consequences. Ripples in the pond. A subtle shifting of events and feelings and triggers that will eventually affect every core molecule of your marriage. Your friendships. Your life.
Once I knelt down between the two of them, everything changed. And now, I'm faced with wading in deeper or drying off my pink manicured toes and trying to pretend it never happened.
They say that three is a crowd, but what about four? What about more? This is the truth of what I started when I confessed my desires and he gave them to me.
“Marriage, in itself, is hard. Figuring out our lives is hard.”
So my review for book one, Filthy Vows, I stated that I loved the book but I think she was misleading in the blurb. I really enjoyed that book despite think the blurb was off. Diving into this one I was hoping for more of that hot connection between Elle, Easton, and Aaron. That scene felt like so much more because of their previous connection. I really wanted more between these three, whether he joined them occasionally or all the time, I just wanted more.
Aaron was one of my favorite characters and he was practically cut out of this book. He made occasional appearances but that was it.
I think if the first blurb was different and I wasn’t expecting more, than this book would have been rated higher for me. I still feel that she made this phenomenal blurb, and then the books didn’t match or live up to it. That is the reason behind me feeling bummed over this one.
There was a bit to much “realism” in here. I want books to real-ish but not that real. Then Chelsea just got on my nerves, she was ridiculous. Also, I think this book was a bit all over the place. Almost like she had several ideas and kinda just threw them together.
Despite my complaints, I read this and did semi enjoy it. It was and won’t be a favorite of mine from her but it was ok. Alessandra is a great author, and writes some of my favorite books, but this one just won’t be at the top of my list despite the fact that I thought it was ok.