Genre: Fiction, Romance
Don’t let the title fool you, this is a story about true love, not cheating.
Without love, marriage is just business. At least that’s what Claudia Mason tells the women who seek her firm’s unique services. With wealthy husbands who see their wedding rings as meaningless pieces of jewelry, they trust Claudia to do whatever is necessary to gather the hard evidence needed to shatter an ironclad prenup.
She is the best in the business and has yet to meet a mark she couldn’t get the goods on— solidifying her belief that no man can be trusted. After landing a client who is her ticket to retirement, she is on top of the world. Until a chance encounter with Greyston Michaels turns her carefully controlled world upside down.
Greyston shows Claudia a part of herself she thinks she’s lost, making her question everything she believes about men—and love. But in Claudia’s world, following her heart is bad for business. And business is everything.
*ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*
Normally these kind of books aren’t something I’d choose, I think once you’re read one love story you’ve read them all. However once I picked this book up I was captivated and read it in one sitting!
The book is about a group of women whose job it is to expose cheating husbands and therefore get wives out of their prenups, everything is going brilliantly until they receive a client who is willing to pay a lot of money to see if her husband is cheating. As their biggest case they wanted to ensure nothing would go wrong…that is until Claudia falls in love and the whole case could become jeopardised.
I really liked this book, for once the main character was confident about herself and it wasn’t the usual “shy young girl gets whisked away by rich handsome man and then she realises she was always attractive, she just needed the right man to see it” yeah we’ve all heard those stories before. This book though has confident and smart women who are very realistically written.
Some of the scenes definitely got a bit raunchy (a definite read if you enjoyed the 50 shades of Grey series) however this book isn’t all about those scenes, it is about true love and trust. I enjoyed this book a lot more than I thought I would, it was funny and realistic and did make me change my views on love stories (however maybe I won’t be raiding the entire section of Waterstones any time soon). I really enjoyed this book, would recommend it for adults (there is some mature content), as I mentioned earlier if you enjoyed the 50 shades of Grey series then I definitely think you will enjoy this!
Summing up: Steamy!