Wednesday, August 28, 2013

0 Review: Torn by Logan Belle

Title: Torn (Miss Chatterley #3)
Author: Logan Belle
Publisher: Pocket Star
Published: May 27, 2013
Ebook, Arc
ISBN13: 9781476731308
Genre: Contempoaray Fiction
Source: Edielweiss





Goodreads Summary:
Torn between love and sex. By the time Connie decides, it could be too late.

Surprised by Cliff’s sudden attention, Connie is caught between the life she always wanted and the passion she never knew she needed. Luckily, Connie’s wild, older sister Hillary comes to town to talk some sense into her—don’t throw away your future for a passing fling. But can Connie forgo the ecstasy of Mellors’s touch for a future with Cliff? Will Cliff be too distracted with the IPO to realize what’s at stake? 


My thoughts:
As Torn is the third installment to Logan Belle's twist on Lady Chatterley's Lover it might contain some spoilers if you've not read the first two books in this series.
This book picks up exactly where the previous book left off. Cliff has just proposed and Connie turns him down. Connie is wracked with guild over her affair with Mellors. Her sister moves in, and with a plan, she tries to keep Connie from making a huge mistake by leaving Cliff. However Connie has other forces moving against her. 
The third installment really heats up as Connie must figure out what she must do. She knows what she's doing with Mellors is wrong, but she can't help herself. The more she tries to stay away, the more she is drawn to him. She also loves Cliff. He's been a great boyfriend until his company started to take off. He loves Connie, but he too is torn between work and love. Torn is a great title for this book. It inhabits exactly what's going on emotionally with a lot of the characters. It shows how easy it is to get lost in what is right and what feels right. 
This is a great series thus far. I can't wait to see how it ends! 
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