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Uncovered

By: Ivy Layne
Narrated by: Rita Fleur,Jean-Paul Mordrake,Tyler Ryan
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Alice
It started with a kiss.
No, that’s not right.
It started the day I met Cooper Sinclair, but I’d done a good job ignoring it.
There’s something about life changing pleasure that makes a man hard to ignore.
My attraction to him? I ignored that for years.
I had to.
After that one night of mind blowing sex, I can’t do it anymore.
I don’t want to.
Even if I should.
Especially since he's my boss.
Oops.

Cooper
Nine years.
That’s how long I’ve wanted her.
Since the day she stepped into my office.
She was off limits. Untouchable.
I filled my time with other women. Models. Movie stars. Socialites.
They meant nothing because they weren’t Alice.
Now that I can have her, I’m done waiting.
Alice is mine.
I just have to convince her this thing between us is real.
Not just sex. Not just a fling.
This is forever.
That’s what I want. Forever.
I might only get a few days.

Uncovered is a standalone romance with a happy ending. It’s third in The Untangled Series featuring the Sinclair brothers you first met in the Alpha Billionaire Club and Scandals of the Bad Boy Billionaire series.  

©2019 Ivy Layne (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Explosive

An explosive end to the mystery and controversy behind Maxwell Sinclair’s faked death. He turned out to be more ruthless, diabolical and selfish. Better than that is the beginning of the hot, steamy beginning of Alice and Cooper’s forever. Questions are answered,chapters are closed and there are new beginnings but not without casualties and deep wounds. Great story once again

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Epilogue Two

Overall a good story and a combination of deviant and loving characters. It was nice to revisit both the Winters and the other Sinclair brothers. The second epilogue was quite intriguing, especially since it is about Griffith, one of the most likeable characters

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Loved it

I have fallen in love with all these characters Griffin is so wonderful and the Sinclair family and all their extended family are fantastic thank you I hope you have more for me to read💖💖💞💞💕💕

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Engaging and complex

Very detailed story line with complex characters and backgrounds. Well written and well
Performed! Even epilogues were great. I’m hooked.

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Probably my favorite

I have listened to all of the sinclair brothers series and even the one when Axle was introduced. This one is probably my favorite thus far. I use the word probably because to me griffin is a brother minus the last name lol so now to my next adventure.

The story was well written with lots of twists and turns. The voice actors were actually really good and it kept me on the edge most scenes. Recommend 10/10.

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Very entertaining story and performance

This is another very good story in this series. This one has twisted people, good and evil, lies and truth, surprises, gun battles, and romance. It's a very entertaining story, and the performance is very good.

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The trouble with Cooper

I love Ivy Layne, but . . .

Cooper is supposed to be the most hot headed yet also the most controlled and knowledgeable of the three brothers, but not in this book. Though the other brothers are also in shock at finding out their father threw them under the bus in the worst way possible, the younger brothers come off as much better in all regards. They're even better protectors than this head of a security agency. Cooper runs the security company and has been its head for decades but can't recognize when someone is in real trouble. (This is not how he comes off in the other books.)

Cooper has one major problem: throughout the entire book he's not responsible for anything. Very close to the end, he's still questioning these clearly sick parents and blaming his alcoholic mother for threatening his girlfriend and his surprise new baby sister when he's had every opportunity to push his mother out the door or just walk his girlfriend and the little girl out of the room. Every room has a lock on it--this is made clear throughout. He has time to cover up or protect, but never takes the obvious option. He's gutless when it comes to personal relationships and since this book is almost entirely about personal relationships this means he's gutless throughout the entire book. Although he admits that throughout, he's still acting this way to the very end. He still hasn't learned a damn thing. He can't communicate anything to anyone unless it's in anger or with a fist or a gun.

I guess he's like some oldest children with no ability to tell his parents to grow up and get out when they're endangering everyone. He continues to defer to them out of politeness even when he knows they're out to destroy everything else he holds dear, destroy it completely--and he knows this from the first book in all three series. In this book, "I could have argued my case...." And yet he never does. "I can put it off until tomorrow."

Cooper vasilates and by doing so fails to even speak out against his parents while allowing them to put others in deeper and deeper danger because of his need to defend his parents and/or at least blame them for his problems concerning their treatment of the people he says he loves--when he does nothing to stop any of it. At one point, all he has to do is take a single proactive step and move his new baby sister into a safe bedroom or open the apartment door and push his mother out of it, that's all. Instead he remains polite and patient, thereby putting everyone in greater danger by letting the final secret to be revealed, causing the most danger to his girlfriend yet. At least she has some b*lls . . . when he's not around. I've never had an alcoholic parent, so I can't relate to that, but since his mother never suffered financially a day in her life, I think something else could have been done to end this part of the story. This weakness in Cooper gets old and is drawn out too long. He's afraid of his drunken mother and there's no evidence for why. There's no evidence he ever respected her or feared her in this series or the two that preceded it.

Cooper isn't strong in any way that matters and this is very disappointing. As a reader of three separate series (15-17 books in all depending on what's released on any given day), you've read the other books and you hold out for Cooper to grow some in this book, but it never happens. Cooper fails to grow up, just like his parents. He's their clone. He only takes action after being pushed over the brink, not to the brink but all the way over. And even then, he's still bemoaning the loss of his parent over everyone else his parents have put into danger--all the while decrying that he would never do this.

Lastly, to the end of these three series, Cooper isn't making anyone secure, nobody at all.

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very good

Loved it !! this story. the narrator is so fantastic it's like your really there!! After listening to this story,. I totally enjoyed reading this book. It’s well written and the characters were uniquely fantastic. I would suggest this book to my friends that like this sort of genera. this was a good book. The narrator was great.

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Story good but narration horrid

Thank goodness I read this book first. The book was one of my favorites but when I bought the audible version I tried to return it. The woman’s voice sounds like she’s 16- she’s playing a woman of 32. And the man is supposed to be a hardened ex military guy who’s 38. He sounds like a nerd. Buy the book- it’s great. The narration killed this for me. Waste of a credit.

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loved it

I really enjoyed this book. I look forward to reading more books by this author in the future.

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