Saturday, April 12, 2014

Review: Unveiled Innocence by Ella Frank

I've recently finished reading, Unveiled Innocence by Ella Frank. 

I'm sure you're waiting with bated breath, dying to know what I thought. Since I'm in a good mood, I won't torture you. I really really liked it. 

For me to say that is huge. I tend not to like most things lately, but I was sucked into this story and couldn't put it down last night until I finished.

There was one part where I cried -- not black shit tears, but still nonetheless, I was touched. From the prologue to the very end, I was trying to figure it out and see where the story was going, find out what happened. We know from the beginning that something has taken place, but the story is told in such a cryptic manner that there are almost no clues. And if you try to put the clues together, you only find out that you were probably wrong or maybe not.

Addison Lancaster is an 18 year old, sexually charged, student who has a seemingly perfect life. At least on the outside, Addison puts on the front of having it together. But as the story unfolds, you learn the truth behind the facade.

When she's late to her history class, time stands still, meeting her new teacher, Mr. McKendrick. She wants him, and Addison gets what Addison wants. At least that's what it seems like at first.

Grayson McKendrick came back to Colorado to be close to his sick father. Taking a job at a local high school, Mr. McKendrick had no idea how his life would be turned upside down when a flirty, Addison Lancaster strolled in late to his class, making an impression that he wouldn't soon forget.

What happens when lines are blurred? When they're crossed?

Super HAWT sex scenes. I was on the edge, worried, wondering what on earth happened. I imagined the worst -- was I right? Was I wrong?

My only complaint with this book is that I didn't connect with Addison. I was, however, rooting for Grayson the entire time.

If you love a sexy book with a taboo subject....one-click Unveiled Innocence and let me know what you think.







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