Review of A Million Guilty Pleasures by C.L.Parker

Tuesday, 18 February 2014

 Two million dollars secured Noah Crawford the most enticing woman he has ever known. Initiating Delaine Talbot into a sensuous world of pleasure took them both to the brink—again and again. But when Noah discovers why the beautiful innocent sold her body to the highest bidder, he’s faced with the hardest thing he ever had to do: Set her free. 

Lanie can’t believe Noah would let her go. Doesn’t he know they share a bond deeper than sex—a connection too powerful to sever? Not even a treacherous enemy out to destroy Noah or the dark secret haunting the multibillionaire can keep them apart. But first Lanie has to show him that he belongs to her, even if it means risking everything for a love that can never be bought or sold.

I loved the first book so much, I couldn't wait to read the second one. As it was left on a bit of a cliff-hanger, I was eager to read what happened next for Lanie and Noah.
A Million Guilty Pleasures picks straight up where the first book ends, I was excited to read the next book especially since the first one ended with a cliff-hanger. Just like the first book, this one is also set in both Lanie and Noah point of view, though the one also introduces a new character point of view in the form of David.
The first couple of chapters have you gripping for more with everything that is going on, the sudden turn of events with Noah and Lanie relationship, Lanie's mother turn for the worse and how far Noah's business partner David is willing to go to get what he really wants. Things aren't going well for Lanie and Noah in the first part of the book, though Lanie isn't willing to let Noah get away without so fight. (Not literally though!)

Lanie has really grown since the first book and has really learnt how to stick up for herself, which you really see in this book, but she has also grown into herself as well becoming more independent. The big part of this book includes Lanie's mother who is sick and David, Noah's shady business partner, though with these big issues come with some even bigger lies.

The second instalment is a great addition to the series, with more humour and more passion, it makes reading it even more exciting and you are not able to put it down. With this being the ending to this wonderfully written story, I thought that this story had the rightful ending that it deserved. You get to see more into the lives of both Lanie and Noah, as well as how they learn to overcome so many things as the story progresses, bringing them to their future together.

I loved the main characters, as well as the other characters that make the story what it is. With Dez, Lanie's best friend and Noah's assistant/friend Polly, this story is not short of any humour and funny situations that these friends get into. A Million Guilty Pleasures is the perfect passionate ending to this series, with the humour, friendships, family bonds, love that is found and the family that they both have found in each other.

If I had to sum this book up in three words, they would be Passionate, Exciting and Addictive.
Format - Paperback
Source - Publisher
Release Date - 30th January 2014
Publisher - Hodder & Stoughton
 The rating I would give this book is:- 

 C. L. Parker is a romance author who writes stories that sizzle. She’s a small-town girl with big-city dreams and enough tenacity to see them come to fruition. Having been the outgoing sort for all her life—which translates to “she just wouldn’t shut the hell up”—it’s no wonder Parker eventually turned to writing as a way to let her voice, and those of the people living inside her head, be heard. She loves hard, laughs until it hurts, and lives like there’s no tomorrow. In her world, everything truly does happen for a reason.
To see my review of the first instalment of this series is below:-
Another day, another book,
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