Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Review: The Affair (The Evolution of Sin Trilogy #1) by Giana Darling

*****4.5 Stars*****
This relatively short book, that is the first of a trilogy, isn't going to be for everybody. A book titled The Affair, is exactly what it says it is and people who struggle with the morality of that should perhaps steer clear.
That being said, I most definitely don't condone infidelity in real life, but as a work of fiction, I found this book to be totally gripping and the fact that I found Sinclair to be a total b@$tard for even suggesting a temporary affair and Giselle to be a complete idiot for even contemplating such a tryst.
I can see this relationship being so much more as the series progresses and my only complaint is that I can clearly see how this is going to play out for them both. There were too many clues given away throughout this book and for someone who isn't generally a gambling person, I would even put money on what is going to be revealed in book 2 and for that reason I think it would have been much better to have that revealed in this book. I think it would have made the ending so much more awesome.
That being said, I was hooked from start to finish. Giselle and Sinclair were so hot together and I for one cannot wait until May for more of that chemistry.
Reviewed by Louise Dale
Is a week of passion enough to warrant changing their lives forever?

Italian born Giselle Moore is reinventing herself for the second time in her short twenty-four years of life, trading in her bohemian artist’s life in Paris for the grit and glamour of New York City where the family she hasn’t seen in years awaits her. But before beginning her new life, she travels to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico searching for a week of relaxation and reprieve before barreling into her turbulent future.

She never expected to meet the handsome and enigmatic Frenchman Sinclair on the plane and she certainly never would have imagined herself accepting his proposal for a weeklong, no-strings-attached affair. Giselle has never experienced anything as heady as Sinclair’s controlled seduction and cool yet devastatingly erotic commands and she finds herself powerless to stop the ferocity of their passions, even when she discovers he has a partner back home. The last thing she needs in her life is another complication, yet as the week wears on, she finds it surprisingly easy to relinquish control to Sinclair, a man she knows nearly nothing about. And to her horror, the one thing she promised never to submit, her battered heart, is just as easily captured in the business mogul’s unyielding hands.

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