REVIEW: Rhian Cahill’s ‘Virginia’

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REVIEW

 

Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives – Virginia
Rhian Cahill

Cool, collected, confident – those who know Virginia in her personal and professional life would never expect to find her in Boyd’s, a bar across town from her circle of friends and socialite world.

But Boyd’s offers her something she can’t get among her rarefied acquaintances: sex. Rough, hard, mind-blowing, anonymous sex.

In her casual clothes, she’s no one important. Incognito, unnoticed by everyone except one: the bartender who knows her drink order – and would like to know a whole lot more.

Escape Publishing

 

 

What AusRomToday thought:
Well, it wouldn’t be a Rhian Cahill story without a *lot* of steamy, down and dirty, smoking hot sex and what can I say… Cahill delivers again (and again!) in this first installment of Escape Publishing’s Secret Housewives continuity. As expected, Cahill delivers a well-developed story with strong characterisation that compliments the novella-length perfectly. Looking forward to the next installment!

 

 

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