Rock Fiction Coveting: Tainted Deception by Aleya Michelle

Posted: March 1, 2016 in Rock Fiction Coveting
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Coming from the Clark Kent school of fiction…

Ivy Maisen thinks she knows exactly what type of guy Chase Hudson is ā€” billionaire, extremely good looking, cocky as hell, and a guy that women salivate over…

But looks can be deceiving…

Underneath the tuxedo, luxurious demeanor and smooth character is a bad boy covered in tattoos, piercings, the lead singer in a band, and he owns three of the clubs that Ivy frequents.
Oh and he rides a Harley…

Will Ivy finally open her eyes and allow herself to see the real Chase or will she reject his alter-ego and refuse his advances again and again?
When desire is tainted with deception and lies, does that person become less desirable?

Could love be the one thing powerful enough to push them past the deception and down to the real person underneath the facade?

I like the idea, to be honest. I can see how this guy gets away with hiding it all — play small bars/clubs, never make much of an appearance at the clubs you own, tightly controlling your public image, even in this day of social media. It can work, although it’s got to be exhausting. You know that secret’s not staying kept forever.

But my issue here is the story… what’s it about? This woman trying to come to terms with her biases? How? What challenges her?

I’d read it just to find out, but to be honest, if I was in a library or a bookstore, I doubt I’d walk out with it. I really had to think about this one once I read it and went, “Eh.”

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