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Contemporary Romance | Killer Affair by Rebecca Chance

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I have a guest review for you today from Laura for Rebecca Chance’s Killer Affair (publishing 27th July).

Rebecca Chance Killer Affair

Paperback: 544 pages

Publisher: Pan; Main Market Ed. edition (27 July 2017)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 1447282914

ISBN-13: 978-1447282914

A shocking betrayal deserves a wicked revenge . . .

Stunning, charismatic Lexy O’Brien is the reigning queen of British reality TV. Her life in front of the camera is planned and manipulated as successfully as any military assault.

But success breeds jealousy. When you’re on top, the only way is down and there’s always someone standing by to give you a shove . . .

Dowdy Caroline Evans, a part-time blogger and writer of erotic fiction, is brought in to chronicle Lexy’s life. Being taken under Lexy’s wing is a dream come true for Caroline. But sampling the star’s lifestyle is like tasting the most addictive of drugs, and it’s not long before she is craving what she can’t possibly have – or can she?

And as Caroline and Lexy’s lives and loves become increasingly entwined, it’s only a matter of time before the hidden rivalry becomes a powder keg waiting to explode . . .

The main characters Lexi, a beautiful reality star with a perfect life and Caroline, a book blogger with a desire to become a famous erotic fiction writer. However this desire takes over her life with unexpected consequences.

I enjoyed the shocking storyline and the sheer determination of one character to rival another however I didn’t feel I could relate to either main character. Therefore I did not mind the outcome for either of them.

As a holiday read, Killer Affair is full of glamour, sex and scandal to keep you hooked and turning the pages.

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