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Publisher Description

The complete Trashy Affair duet is now available in one volume!

He's flying home to confront his cheating wife.
She's running from her life in shame.
Neither expected to fall in love 35,000 feet in the air.

With my heart and reputation in ruins, I can't afford to make another mistake. Boarding a flight to Seattle is supposed to give me a fresh start, but from the moment Cash Montgomery slides into the seat next to mine, I'm captivated by his steel eyes that see too much. I ache for this stranger in a way I've never ached for anyone.

But I didn't know he was married, and I sure as hell didn't see the curveball fate had in store for me, because my new boss in Seattle is the one man I can't get out of my head.

And he's absolutely forbidden to me.

NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: The Trashy Affair Duet includes Trashy Foreplay and Trashy Conquest. Though the subject matter deals with adultery, there are no innocent parties here. For mature audiences only.

June 30
Gemma James
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Annabel Caye ,

5 Star Worthy Story For Sure!

It’s been awhile since I’ve read any five star worthy books...and this duet is definitely worthy!

There were no plot holes, none of it felt rushed, the romance was perfectly paced and perfectly steamy, the writing was very descriptive, and the conclusion ended nicely.

Too many times I’ve encountered books with plot holes, or rushed scenes, or bad writing. Lately that’s all I seem to come across. I was skeptical as always before reading, but this duet pleasantly surprised me and had none of those flaws! In fact, this book ended up becoming one of my favorites, I loved it so much.

I loved Cash a whole lot. The perfect jealous, alpha, dominant hero. He made me swoon in all of the steamy scenes and how romantic he was. Jules went through great character development from her break up with Chris and encounter with Perry as she no longer became naïve and was made aware of how they actually were manipulating her. Both main characters had their own baggage that brought them together.

The chemistry between Cash and Jules was just so perfectly well done, I could feel their emotional connection through the book. The way the author conveniently wrote the plot with a reason for everything that tied all loose ends, bringing the actual meaning of fate to these characters (which was a big theme!), didn’t feel forced at all. I’ve read books where random things were thrown in the plot just to keep it going and it felt too awkwardly placed. Nothing felt forced, awkward, or random in here. While the story had a good amount of well written smut, it also had a really good suspenseful plot, and I really love having a balance of both.

The first book ended on a good cliffhanger that was nicely answered in the second book, carrying the story. The suspense that was added fit right in, when usually authors would mess up the story at this point by just throwing it in instead of smoothing the path towards it like this duet did.

The story also covered big themes such as fate and betrayal and moving on and taking risks for happiness. I always love it when books have bigger messages and themes.

I absolutely loved the healthy dose of humor the books included with the characters as well.

The only thing that bothers me is more of a personal opinion. The book is kind of open ended. Not for the main characters, far from it. The main characters have a nice conclusion to their story. They have closure and learn to move on. But the side characters were left unanswered. I get that the story focuses on the main characters and we are left to think and assume what happens to the others, but I would’ve loved to know what happens to Les and Zan. We don’t know if Les and Zan get together after all, we don’t know if Kaden ever finds his daughter or if he fixes things with Monica after her imprisonment, we don’t know what Brit does with the baby, and we don’t know what happens to Chris. While I feel like justice should’ve been served to Perry after all, sadly what the author said was true- sometimes you can’t always get justice and the only thing you can do is move on.

But other than that little bit, this duet was perfect for me! I really want to read more of Gemma James’ books now as this duet made me fall in love. If any of her books are as good as this one, I am sure to love them as well.

I will also be posting this review on Goodreads.

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