In this scandal-filled new series, Cydney Rax delivers a sexy tale of a doubting wife, a seductive challenge, and explosive consequences no one will ever see coming.
Something's wrong with her perfect marriage, but Kiara Eason isn't sure what. Her ambitious husband, Rashad, is the last person who'd ever cheat - and she never imagined she'd stray. Still, why is she confiding so much in her handsome coworker, Eddison? And why is she wondering what would happen if she put her marriage to the ultimate test - secretly setting Rashad up with a younger woman to see if he's tempted?
When Kiara decides to test Rashad for real, her world turns upside down. Not only does he take the bait - it turns out he's had a mistress on the side for years. Now, betrayed and furious, Kiara will take all the sizzling erotic satisfaction Eddison can give - and forever flip the script on Rashad's infidelity. But secrets cut both ways, and Kiara soon finds that the only road to winning this game could lead to losing it all.
©2016 Cydney Rax (P)2016 Recorded Books
Audio books are growing. I have listened to books for months now, But I prefer my books in paperback/hardback format.
I don't feel bad for Rashad at all that's what he gets. I was done for at the end when he was following them. Like now you see what good you has. But you want to cheat on a good woman. Now she's with someone who actually cares and now your with a psychopath. Lol but you don't want her even though she meets your needs boy bye. KARMA IS A MOTHER.
I'm so glad that Kiera finally got rid of Rashad and gotten with Edison. I was praying for them to mess around. My heart was racing glad that Miles or Kiera didn't kill themselves.
God work in mysterious ways. That was God work to stop her for killing herself. When Miles ran out into the street.
Even though is a fiction but, it's not to far from the truth.
Drama Drama Drama. How can the mistress accuse a man of cheating? There is an old saying "Be Careful How You Get Your Man; The Same Way You Got Him Is The Same Way You'll Lose Him". It never seizes to amaze me how men can have the world at home & still cheat. Sideline chicks come in a relationship knowing they are coming 2nd yet they catch feelings & all of a sudden they're mad because they can't be upgraded to the one & only. Really?? They set their self up for heartache in my opinion.. As Alexis mother said, married men RARELY ever leave their family for the mistress. Great Book. I would love to see if Rashad can get his wife back though. Always cherish what you have at home & never take them for granted. Sadly, you never know what you really have until its to late.
Fort Worth, texas native and I love to READ!!!!
The drama has many layers and is really interesting
The author took the time to develop her characters well.
I like Lisa Smith, she typically does a pretty good job.
The ending really leaves you hanging, I would like closure
I don't think anyone would enjoy this book
I'm not sure
All of them were silly and unbelievable
Don't waste your time. I kept reading because I bought it but I was so angry with the ending I wish I would have stopped earlier.
THe book does have some good capture moments, but doesn't give you much of a different experience than other ethnic romance novels.
if the married couple truly cared for one another then you could have a true discussion on what it means to be married
I might if the content did not totally make the husband the sole villain even though the wife was doing the same thing
A little annoying
It caused anger as the husband just mindless started one affair after another without even changing his mindset
I was quite disappointed by this book. I am going to ask for a refund. The characters were unbelievably annoying, to the point that I couldn't bare to listen after awhile. I hate to think there are ladies out there making such poor choices, but unfortunately there probably are many. I discussed this book with a friend and she also had to stop listening because of the stupidity of these characters. I had read the poor views of this book prior to purchasing, but I assumed the reviewers were just being overly critical and I wanted to give the book the benefit of doubt. Sure enough, the book proved to be as irritating as others warned. I actually find it difficult to believe there are listeners who enjoyed the book.
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