Title: Trading Places (Dirty White Candy Book 3)
Author: Anita Cox
Published Date: May 11th 2014
Genre: Contemporary Romance
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Candy Kavana’s life has changed in ways she never thought possible. But there’s more to come. A new job, a new home, and a man that gives erotic a whole new meaning … what more could Candy want? You’ll find out inTrading Places, Book 3 of Anita Cox’s intensely passionate series, Dirty White Candy.
In the last few months, Candy Kavana has conquered her world. And now that she’s back from the ultimate vacation, she’s got a whole new set of variables to conquer. Her hot contractor boyfriend has built a home, just for her, complete with a bar and swing room, but is she ready for such a commitment? Nervous about the change, she seeks solace in her job, the only place where confidence isn’t an issue. She’s further thrown when her company merges with a major competitor and she’s transferred to a new division, further skewing her self-worth.
While Candy copes with all these changes, her best friend Stacy has a meltdown as her marriage comes to an end. Though Candy maintains her best-friend duties, she also struggles to gain some semblance of control in her own life.
Moving homes, moving jobs and moving forward, Candy concocts a plan to take control of her destiny while helping a few friends along the way.
Content Notes: Intense, Anal Play, D/s Elements, Exhibitionism, Voyeurism, Menage, Polyamory, Spanking, Light BDSM, M/F/M
This is the final installment in the Dirty White Candy trilogy by author Anita Cox, and let me say Anita did not disappoint.
At the end of the last book we saw Candy and John take their relationship to the next level, after the vacation they planned to move in together.
Can I just say how much I love John? Through out all of the books he has just been so supportive and understanding of Candy’s needs. He has moved at Candy’s pace but has let her know that he loves her and will wait as long as it takes for her to get where he is. Now that’s true love!
So much happens in this book and I hate giving spoilers but just know that Candy goes through a ton of changes through out this book and her emotions are all over the place. Some times I just wanted to reach through the book and slap her.
This book is an excellent conclusion to the trilogy. As always the characters are wonderfully written with great personalities. The dialog is hilarious and made me laugh out loud quite a few times. But most of all, the story is just fantastic and very relatable.
I would recommend this whole trilogy to everyone (over 18 of course).
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