New Release & Review: Torrid Affair by Callie Anderson

 

 

 

Title: Torrid Affair
Author: Callie Anderson
Genre: Contemporary Romance
 Release Date: September 13, 2016

 

Blurb
I’m fucked.

The life I have lived for the past ten years is built solely on lies and secrets.

But I can’t help myself.

I’m in love with two different men. And one of them is my brother-in-law.

He’s my drug. My fire. My addiction.

But he’s married to my best friend. And I’m married to my husband.

I’m not ashamed. I have no guilt.

None.

I’m not fucked. I’m a fucked up person.

This is the story of how I ruined my life.

Purchase Links

 

AMAZON US / UK / CA / AU

 

 

Author Bio

 

Callie Anderson is a wife, mother and writer, who embraces the truth, then weaves it into a magical tale of romance and heartache.
Review
4-star
WOW. That is the first thing I need to say. This book totally messed me up. Nate and Brie were in a huge pile-o-mess where their “relationship” was concerned. However, it could have all been avoided if they were just honest from the beginning and started fresh with each other. The “hurt” party would have gotten over it, but then we wouldn’t have had this book.

Nate and Brie were definitely written as tortured characters. I mean, who puts themselves through the nonsense they went through for 10+ years? To love someone so much but not be with them so you don’t hurt your roommate? Come one, I would be throwing that chick under the bus. She isn’t going to be rubbing my feet, making my dinner, or running my bath. LOL.

Brie was the worse for wear of the two characters. She not only settled, but was abused. She had a little more gumption and held out a bit longer than the dog Nate, but in the long run, Love definitely won out. I knew from the get go that the roommate was no good. She was a conniving witch and I could see the end game clearly early on. I was glad she got her just desserts.

Torrid Affair is a good read that gave us a great story about young love, angst, broken hearts, and loss.

Reviewed by Shannon
LLEP Review Team

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