Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Book Review -- Clandestine Trysts by CL Foster


Clandestine Trysts by C.L. Foster
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

A digital copy of this book was provided to me in exchange for an honest review.

This is a collection of 11 short fiction tales delving into steamy romance. The plots are all unique and different from each other, as are the characters. The theme is predominantly about the role physical attraction and contentment plays in any and all relationships. Although one does not get acquainted enough with the characters as in a full-length romance novel, and does not get to be able to empathise with them and understand their motives and reasonings, the short story collection has its own advantage. The stories are not related, and so one can pick off and get on with the book at any point.

The stories ranged from talking about people who have seen the worst of love - the spurning and the rejection and how they seek solace, murky and dark secrets from inside a library, a married couple looking to rekindle what they lost and so on. This promising to being a hot romance collection, delivered what it was meant for. I would recommend this book to lovers of explicit and steamy romance books.

My rating for this book: 3 stars

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