"He owns you. Whatever he tells you to do you do".
One year. No future. A past that won't go away.
Lennox "Nox" Demetri broke his own rule by making a deal. It may not have been directly with the devil, but that doesn't mean Satan himself isn't watching. Was it fate that brought Charli into his life and his bed? What will happen when rules are broken and secrets are revealed?
"New rules...my rules."
Alex "Charli" Collins found pleasure with Nox like she'd never known. That was before she knew his last name. Now that Infidelity is involved and the rules have changed, what will result when real life and fantasy collide?
Is it really cheating if you're doing it to yourself?
From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Aleatha Romig comes a sexy, new dominant hero who knows what he wants and a strong-willed heroine who has plans of her own. With classic Aleatha Romig twists, turns, deceptions, and devotions, the depth of this new, epic romantic suspense reaches new levels and will have readers swooning one minute and screaming the next.
Have you been Aleatha'd?
CUNNING is a full-length novel, over 300 pages, and the second of five books in the INFIDELITY series.
Infidelity - it isn't what you think.
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This series is just utterly amazing if you haven’t read this series yet then your missing out you must read this series it is out of this world good if I could give more than five stars I would
This book disgusted me, I couldn’t even finish.
As someone who has dealt with domestic violence I truly couldn’t believe what I was reading, or that a woman wrote this. Nox is physically abusive and the author thinks giving an insight into what he is thinking (“punishing” Alex for signing with Infidelity) makes it okay because he does care for her but needs to teach her a lesson. Then from Alex’s point of view is being hurt physically and emotionally from what he’s doing and while she’s disgusted/hurt/physically in pain let’s just make her turned on and wanting sex. There are real women in situations where a man is abusive and uses excuses of loving her so much that he NEEDS to show her a lesson so she can learn and be better for herself. The author should be ashamed for glorifying abuse this way. I couldn’t finish the book. I fear for young girls who reads this and thinks this type of toxic relationship is sexy or loving when in reality could get them killed for involving themselves with a man like Nox.
Was still an exciting book to read EXCEPT.....
I couldn’t help thinking Nox was a replica of Alton. Each scene painted them so similar. I had to try hard not to keep my thoughts warped. However, the storyline made it difficult to see him otherwise until the end, which made no sense.
Anyway all the chapters with Adelaide was unnecessary. If we were to know some things from the past then it could have been summed up in one. The details of the abuse was already said in the first book without being said. I got the gist. It was when the book was uninteresting.
Anyway outside of that the book is still has my attention and I’m hoping the third one will be as good as the very first.