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September 30, 2015

Review: Tainted Deception by Aleya Michelle

by Claire Rees

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Meet Chase Hudson, billionaire's son and head of Hudson industries.

Gorgeous, dresses to kill, confident, a shark when it comes to business.

He also goes by Chaser a lead singer of a band full of tattoos and a Mohawk and carefree.

So far he has managed to keep his alter ego a secret and everyone thinks of him still as the billionaire playboy with a different girl on his arm each week.

That is until he meets Ivy Maisen, daughter of another rich man who having her heart broken before, now despises all rich men and will not give him the time of day. She tells Chase that her type of man was one with tattoos and leather jackets, not expensive suits and cars.

In Tainted Deception  by Aleya Michelle, Chase makes it his mission to woo her as he can't get the one female who has ever turned him down out of his head.

He even calls in sick to work to stalk her at the beach, just to prove to her that he is a bad boy with tattoos.

I enjoyed finding out whether Chase gets to show her the real him and get her to love him or if she will write him off for good.

Aleya Michelle did a great job creating the characters of Tainted Deception. Even the insufferable parents were written very well.

There was a little surprise at the end of the book that I didn't really see coming that was added good twist to the plot.

I loved Tainted Deception and found myself addicted to the characters.

Recommended to all who love a romance that proves that money doesn't buy happiness and that opposites really do attract.

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Book Info:
available formats: ebook and print (276)
published: September 2015
ISBN13: 9781517138950
genres: romance, suspense
source: online party gift
read: September 2015

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