I am not a liar or a thief or a criminal. At least, not anymore. But here I am doing the things that I promised myself I would never do again.
Nicholas Crawford made me an offer I couldn’t refuse. He is dangerous and damaged but so am I. Our relationship is an addiction that we have to feed.
Now, things are about to get even more complicated.
Allegiances will be tested. Lies will be told. Truths will be revealed.
We have both made promises that we can’t keep. The secrets we have uncovered only scratch the surface, and I’m afraid to find out what lies below.
All is not what it seems but I have to figure out the truth before it’s too late.
Dive into the decadent and delicious 3rd book of the new and addictive Tell Me series by bestselling author Charlotte Byrd.
What readers are saying about Charlotte Byrd:
"Extremely captivating, sexy, steamy, intriguing, and intense!” ★★★★★
"Addictive and impossible to put down.” ★★★★★
“I can’t get enough of the turmoil, lust, love, drama and secrets!” ★★★★★
“Fast-paced romantic suspense filled twists and turns, danger, betrayal and so much more.” ★★★★★
“Decadent, delicious, & dangerously addictive!” ★★★★★
*Beware of spoilers in the reviews below that are without spoiler alerts.*
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tell me to stay
I’m sorry but I love the story but am not happy at paying£5 per book in a series of 6 but each book seems like only a couple of chapters of a normal book. The whole series would probably make up one full book if compared to similar types of the genre. I love the plot and came to read after seeing the movie that was based on the books. It’s a very expensive read for the amount and I’ve read all three so far in a day! I can’t help but feel ripped off!!
Not well thought out
I can’t believe you need to pay £5 per book in a 6 book series where each book takes a couple of hours to read. I gave the first two books the benefit of the doubt but the story line has so many plot holes I can’t take it seriously anymore. Don’t even get me started on the main character advertising the authors other books, and explaining what Netflix is in what I can only imagine is a paid association! So tasteless and a waste of words when you’re only getting 260 pages.
Such a shame as the characters and overall story could be great but it’s been ruined by being rushed. Also saw a few typos which I can’t bare!