Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives – Virginia by Rhian Cahill: Review

December 5, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★★★

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence. So, if this kind of stuff makes you a little squeamish, this may not be the book for you.
Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives – Virginia by Rhian Cahill: ReviewSecret Confessions: Sydney Housewives - Virginia by Rhian Cahill
five-stars
Series: Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives
Published by Escape Publishing on November 6, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Pages: 33
Format: eBook
Source: NetGalley
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From the hottest writers in Australia comes a scintillating new series. Enter the world of Sydney’s elite, and find out what goes on behind the doors of the most exclusive addresses in the country…

Meet the Housewives of Sydney. They are wealthy, elegant, poised, and constantly in the public eye. But what goes on behind closed doors, in the private homes and parties where the cameras and paparazzi aren’t welcome? Delve into the most personal details of their relationships, their friendships and their lives. The only question is: can you handle the heat?

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.

Virginia is the first cab off the Sydney Housewives rank. This tasty morsel of erotic romance was prepared by Rhian Cahill, and was released in November.

So, here is what I thought of Virginia:

Virginia has these two faces – her public persona, where she is cool, calm and calculating, and then she has the private side. This is the one she only reveals at night, and for one purpose: hot, unapologetic and anonymous sex. I got the feeling that this side held more of the real Virginia, and watching the sexy & determined Carter draw more of this out of her….well, it was so, so good!

I’ve read quite a bit of Rhian’s work of late, and I have this to say:

HOLY. CRAP. Rhian sure does know how to write the hotness. The intimate moments between Ginny and Carter were amazing, and they never felt as if they were out of place.

The hints we are given, as to what sits beneath the surface of the other Housewives, towards the end of this novella certainly drew me in, and they made me super keen to check them out.

This was an incredible way to kick off the series. Virginia may be petite in page length, but she sure packs a punch of awesome!

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