*Finished Fifty Shades Fred and looking for your next sizzling read?! This is the perfect book for you!*
The second book in the brand new Hunt Legacy duology by the Sunday Times and New York Times bestselling author of the This Man series
A desperate passion, a dangerous love story...
Eleanor Cole had no idea that when she met the charmingly irresistible Becker Hunt, she was putting her life on the line. So when she discovers his secrets, escape seems to be her only option - but Becker isn't ready to let Eleanor go.
She knows better than to fall into his corrupt world again, but how long can she resist when he's stolen her heart?
Eleanor must make a choice, to stay and follow Becker into the heart of the danger...or risk losing him forever!
Becker Hunt is back and this time he's not letting Eleanor walk away...
I couldn’t wait to read the conclusion to Eleanor Cole and Becker Hunt’s story and it was everything I was expecting and so much more. Wicked Truth picks up where Artful Lies ended so if you haven’t read Artful Lies, then stop right now and do so. After the ending in book one I couldn’t wait to see what would happen. What happens when secrets and lies are revealed? Can Becker and Eleanor whether the storm and adventures as they continue to journey on their adventure?
Becker is such an arrogant, alpha male and at times he frustrated me, however I loved how sassy and feisty Eleanor is. She could certainly give as good as she got and held her own against Becker. Not only did I love Becker and Eleanor but Mrs Potts and Gramps were fabulous secondary characters.
As I have come to expect from a Jodi Ellen Malpas book, it was well written and the story she wove drew me in and kept me riveted from the first to the last word. There is so much chemistry, passion, mystery, intrigue and adventure in this book that I was on the edge of my seat at times.
Becker comes close to taking over as my favourite hero from Jodi Ellen Malpas and that is certainly saying a lot. This was a book I had a hard time putting down when real life got in my way but it was a great conclusion to the duet.