Title :

Seduced in Secret

Author :

Shiloh Walker

Series :


Rating :

4 Stars

Blurb :

Best laid plans…are meant to be broken.Life laid out, Tessa had everything set. Engaged to marry the perfect man, a rich, great-looking doctor, she was content with her life, or so she thought. Then the gift arrived. Delivered to her office on Valentine’s Day, it was filled with handcuffs, sexy little toys and a suggestive little card.It wasn’t from her fiancé, either.When the emails and the phone started coming, she should have been able to brush them off, except the man said something that left her uneasy…and not because he scared her, but because he was right. Your fiancé will never make you happy, Tessa.Confused, she starts looking at her fiancé, her life…and other things…in a whole new light. One of the things she finds herself considering is her best friend and neighbor, Caleb. He’s always been there. Even when he spent years in the Navy, Caleb was the one she could count on and now isn’t any different. He’s there to listen when she needs an ear and he’s got nice, strong shoulders when she needs one to lean on.It doesn’t her long to realize that one thing is certain—her fiancé can’t make her happy. But now she doesn’t know whether she wants to take a chance on her sexy secret admirer…or Caleb, the man who’s been there waiting for her all along.It includes a short bonus story called Don’t Walk Away.

Review :

Maybe its because it’s close to home, this friends to lovers theme, that I find books like “Seduced in Secret” by Shiloh Walker so interesting. This book was published before under a different name an has been reworked since then. As I did not read the first edition I can not comment on the changes that have been made. I can only say that this book is a solid read with a good developed plotline. The writing is flawless and fluent and the characters are really likeable.I think deep down, every woman wants a guy to Caleb in her life. And if you manage to such a friendship into love it can be a real life changing event. In case of Tessa and Caleb it was so easy to root for them as the author created a really comfortable setting, in which I directly related to them and was sucked into the story.

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