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October 2015

Violet Chain by J Kahele

After catching her fiancé with another woman at their engagement party, Violet Townsend’s world is turned upside down.
Desperate to numb the pain, she falls into the arms of charming, young entrepreneur Chain Alexander.
Chain, a notorious womanizer of Philadelphia, not looking for anything more than a night of pleasure with a woman, is drawn to Violet instantly. There is something about her that he needs and wants so desperately and it’s not just sex.
But Violet is resistant. Can she open her heart again after having it broken so brutally? And more importantly, should she?

Review

I received this book for an honest review, J Kahele Violet Chain had me hooked from start to end and I loved the cover of this book.

Violet is a very strong character as a lot of people can relate  to her personality, I loved her character and i felt sorry for her too as she struggled to move on.
I couldn’t put down the book as I needed to know what happened next- would definitely recommend it.

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Thrill by Jackie Collins

Fame, lust, violence and passionate obsession…. this is Jackie Collins at her unputdownable best!
Lara Ivory is a dazzling movie star with the world at her feet. But at thirty-two she has yet to find a man capable of living with such a tempting object of desire.

Lara’s ex, Richard Barry, is a successful film director now married to Nikki, who is producing her first movie, Revenge. Nikki likes to keep Richard close. But Richard is not the kind of man who takes orders. When Nikki persuades Lara to star in Revenge, a bitter struggle for control of Lara’s life begins.But then Lara meets Joey Lorenzo, a handsome young actor with a mysterious past. And before she can stop her self, she’s swept up in an affair so sensual, nobody can warn her of the dangers.

review
I was hooked to this book from the beginning – although it was a long book I loved it. Jackie Collins does this every time on all her books, absolutely
loved how she wrote about all the different characters including their past and present.

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