Monday, December 12, 2016

Homewrecker Incorporated by S. Simone Chavous ~ Review

Title: Homewrecker Incorporated
Author: S. Simone Chavous
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 328 pages
Publisher: Indie
Release Date: January 5, 2016
Source: Review Request
Rating: 2
Heat Rating: 3
Reviewed by: Jasmyn

*Don't let the title fool you, this is a story about true love, not cheating.

Without love, marriage is just business. At least that’s what Claudia Mason tells the women who seek her firm’s unique services. With wealthy husbands who see their wedding rings as meaningless pieces of jewelry, they trust Claudia to do whatever is necessary to gather the hard evidence needed to shatter an ironclad prenup.

She is the best in the business and has yet to meet a mark she couldn’t get the goods on— solidifying her belief that no man can be trusted. After landing a client who is her ticket to retirement, she is on top of the world. Until a chance encounter with Greyston Michaels turns her carefully controlled world upside down.

Greyston shows Claudia a part of herself she thinks she’s lost, making her question everything she believes about men—and love. But in Claudia's world, following her heart is bad for business. And business is everything.
This was a really well-written story. The characters were incredibly dynamic and fun, each with their own personality that really made them stand out from the group, while also added an important essence to the overall group as well. Some descriptive storytelling really brought the city to life around them.

But, I didn't like it. It was just a storyline that I couldn't seem to enjoy. Nothing wrong with the writing whatsoever, but the story just made me mad. The lies, the deceit, and the whole fact that they are trying to break up marriages (yes, with good reason, but still) was something I found I just couldn't enjoy.

Plus the twins kept getting mixed up. We have Grey and Greg.....I'm sorry but those names were just too close to each other for me and I kept wanting to switch them around and confusing myself.

*This books was received in exchange for an honest review*

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