REVIEW: Keziah Hill’s ‘Christa’
Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives – Christa
In business, as in pleasure, Christa has two rules: ask for what you want, and be prepared to get a bit creative. She and her husband, Marc, are infamous for their charitable soirees and the obscene amount of money that they raise for good causes around the world.
The secret to their success has always been well-kept, but one chance encounter with Christa is going to lead one lucky CEO to find out just how this unorthodox pair make friends and influence people.
What AusRomToday thought:
If you’ve gotta have a secret, it better be a smoking hot, deliciously sinful secret… And Keziah Hill delivers just that in this installment of the Secret Confessions series.
Christa is a forthright yet entirely likable character who exudes confidence and appeal. She is a woman who knows precisely what she wants and knows exactly how to get it. You’ve got to love a strong, confident, and sexually assertive character—it sure makes for an exciting read.
The story itself develops with appropriate pace allowing for the building of anticipation and development of the central characters. For a short read, you certainly came away feeling as though you’d been able to make a tangible connection with the characters.
Though this was a storyline that could’ve gone one of two ways, Hill’s storytelling and narrative structure ensured the story was told with class and confidence.
– J’aimee Brooker, AusRomToday
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