Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Pure illusion by Michelle Watson

Pure Illusion (Web of Deception, #1)Pure Illusion by Michelle Watson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars


Sex. Lies. Pain. Mystery.

Flooded by a wave of thick misery because of her brother’s sudden death, Isabel Waters turns to drastic measures to end her ever-present suffering. She is unprepared when Hunter Knight, her long-term tormentor and former best friend, intervenes and saves her. Hunter has been absent from her life for a while now. The reason is unknown to Isabel.

But surly he has an ulterior motive of his own?

Isabel is focused on one task: complete and utter self-destruction. But that changes when she receives an anonymous message from Tyler’s, laptop. Isabel soon learns that there is a murderer concealed within the small southern town of Cherry Creek, North Carolina.

Old flames and old tormentors re-strike as Isabel begins to disentangle the vast web of mystery. Can a less than amateur detective with a disturbing history and distracted mind put the missing pieces together and identify the individual or individuals responsible? Or is the web of deceit spun too intricately to ever be unraveled?

WARNING: contains vulgar language, lascivious behavior, and crude sex. This novel is intended for mature audiences 18+

My thoughts

Hmm where do I start with this one.

I found that this book was a bit slow on the uptake and could be confusing at times.

It started to get better towards the end, I kept reading because I wanted to know what was going on. There were a lot of grammar errors in the book & sometimes the characters name was one thing one minute and completely different the next.

Now I would like to read the next book as I would like to see what happens next.

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