Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Review: Cheaters Anonymous

Cheaters Anonymous Cheaters Anonymous by Lacey Silks
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is terrific, the two main characters are Jules and her friend for years Scar. Jules had a romantic interlude with Scar when she was younger but right after he left her and vanished. This is where the story gets even more interesting when they meet again. Scar has spent his time breaking up relationships by showing the other party their partners are cheats, he is driven by his father's infidelity to his mother. Jules, on the other hand, has her own demons to cope with after Scar abandoned her she just went on a bit of a manhunt sleeping with every guy she could trying to find her Mr. Right.

I will not disclose anymore about this other than to say you really do need to read this, it is a fascinating and exciting read, I loved how the author's characters were so screwed up, but that they were actually honest and true to their beliefs. There is more than just a bit of hanky panky going on in this story, it has a great storyline, plenty suspense, shocks, and surprises. A must read.

I was lucky enough to receive a copy of this book from the publishers via NetGalley.

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