Mine






Tessa was prepared for the hurricane. Lindsey was the storm she didn’t see coming.


When Tessa Taylor unlocked her husband’s iPad to discover nude photos from a 26-year-old bombshell named Lindsey, her seemingly perfect life came to a screeching halt.


With a hurricane barreling toward Florida and Ethan stuck on a business trip, Tessa finds herself imprisoned in her own home with a choice to make: Does she ride out the storm until she can confront Ethan in person, or does she take matters into her own hands?


Increasingly restless and desperate for revenge, Tessa resolves to act. And when she lures Lindsey over a few hours later, there’s no going back.


What ensues is a battle of wills between two well-matched opponents, blinded by love for the same man but driven by demons of their own. Like storm-ravaged Florida, neither woman will be the same when the skies clear.


He’s mine. Both wife and mistress would stake their lives on it. But only one of them can be right.



My Review

This is the second book I have read from this author. Just like the other book, I really enjoyed this one. I will be reading more books from this author. Right away I am drawn into the stories as well as connected to the characters. 

It is not often that I actually feel sorry for both the wife and mistress in a story. In this case, I did. There was more to Tessa and Lindsey than just being 'wife" or "mistress". Ethan so deserved what he got in the end. I liked that the main focal point of this book was the women. 

Told from alternating points of view, gave me a deeper and better understanding of each woman. Plus, I thought it brought me closer to Tessa and Lindsey, experiencing the book this way. Once I started reading this book, I could not stop reading it. It ended up being a one day read for me.

Comments

Mystica said…
I like when stories are told from alternating points of view and when its as emotionally charged as this story, it has to be very compelling reading.

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