Title: Blyssful Lies (The Blyss Trilogy #2)
Author: J.C. Cliff
Published Date: – December 16th 2014
Genre: Dark Romantic Suspense
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Learning how to survive in her new world, Julianna has no choice but to play “The game of Life.” Except it’s Nick‘s game, and his rules apply. Captivity, drugs, and submission are the cards that are dealt, and it’s a losing game.
Biding her time as she waits for her rescuers, it’s far from smooth sailing, because all too quickly the rules abruptly change as Nick takes matters into his own hands…
As the drama unfolds, and hesitating to interfere, Travis has everything to lose should he decide to step in, including his life. It’s opposition at its finest – freedom versus control as Nick and Julianna face the ultimate battle of wills.
While Travis has the uncanny ability to manipulate her with a single touch, Nick struggles to conquer her body, mind, and soul.
It’s every man for themselves as each have their own secret agenda, including Julianna, whose plan is simple: survive.
The Blyss Trilogy: An Adult Dark Romantic Suspense.
This contemporary erotic captive romance book is full of suspense, action, and adventure. This is a dark, erotic thriller that will have you hanging on to the edges of your e-reader as you wonder which alpha male you want to fall in love with. Will you be team Travis or team Nick?
**Mature Audiences Only** This book is intended for adults of mature audiences only (18+)
When we last left Jules, Nick had decided to take over her training personally, kicking Travis out of the equation. This was a very bad turn of events for Jules. In my opinion Nick is a heartless bastard who will stop at nothing to get what he wants. Granted Travis isn’t squeaky clean either but if I had to choose I would choose Travis, hands down.
I have to say, this book went in a completely different direction than I thought it would. I’ll be honest the first book had me questioning myself and wondering if there was something wrong with me. This book takes a step back from that edge and makes it a little less psychotic. Don’t get me wrong there are still aspects of the book that are still mind bogglingly fucked up and make me question what I would do if I were Julianna. See that’s one of the things I love about this series is I sit there and wonder how I would have reacted to certain situations.
I loved this book. The story is extremely well written and the characters just jump off the page. This is only the second book in the trilogy so it does end on another cliffhanger, but let me tell you, it’s well worth it. I would whole heartedly recommend this series anyone looking for a hot in the sheets, makes you question your sanity read. Over the age of 18 of course, lol.
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