Review: Secret Seductress by Geraldine O’Hara

January 9, 2014 Review 0

Review: Secret Seductress by Geraldine O’Hara

When you’ve fancied someone for a long time and finally get into the bedroom with him, things start hotting up!

Mandy is known as the girl everyone turns to for a good laugh and some fun, but she’s hiding a secret from the friends she usually hangs out with in the local pub, The Rusty Nail. She’s fallen for one man in their group, Leon, a sexy-as-sin piece of deliciousness who gives off the impression he’s a bit of a rake. Mandy doesn’t care—rake or not, she wants him, but the question is, how do you ask a friend out without ruining that friendship?

Thanks to a quirk of fate, Mandy is able to become someone else—a wanton sex siren who gives her the confidence to be whoever she wants to be in the bedroom. Leon has no idea about Mandy’s desire for him, so in a sexy outfit, stockings and high heels, Mandy’s ready to give him the time of his life.

Title: Secret Seductress
Author: Geraldine O'Hara
Series: What’s Her Secret?
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Secret Identity
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: October 18th 2013
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 34
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Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

Can friends become lovers and not ruin the friendship? Geraldine O’Hara explores this question in a humorous and romantic way in Secret Seductress, a novella in the What’s Her Secret series.

Friends Leon and Mandy like to hang out at the same pub. For months now, Mad Mandy, as she is known, wants to be more than just friends. When a pub prank leaves Leon blindfolded, Mandy takes the opportunity to become someone else, a secret seductress. She explores Leon’s hot, taught body. Now, that Mandy has finally touched Leon, she wants more. I really liked that Mandy took a step outside of her comfort zone in seducing Leon. I also felt it was realistic that her insecurities kick in when she realizes that Leon might be disappointed to discover she was the seductress. The best part is that Leon doesn’t disappoint when he learns the truth, which I just loved.

Secret Seductress is an entertaining story of two friends discovering they can be so much more, making it delightful way to spend the afternoon.

New Adult Romance


 

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