Monday, June 9, 2014
Review: Telling Tales by Charlotte Stein
One Steamy Reunion
Back in college, Allie and her friends used to come up with the wildest stories. When a professor bequeaths his mansion to Allie and three other former students, it's the chance they've all been looking for to get back together. But there's more than friendship bubbling beneath the surface...
As secrets are revealed and relationships rekindled, the stories get dirtier and the stakes get higher. And now Allie's realizes that she isn't quite sure who she wants...fun-loving Wade or quiet, restrained Cameron. Neither has been honest about their feelings, and now they have the chance to act on all of the tales that ignite their most primal desires.
"I devoured this like a chocolate bar...This is a book I feel I will read over again."—Lucy Felthouse, author of Raising the Bar (The Edge Series)
What a great and steamy book. I love the way it was written. This book kept me on edge throughout the whole thing. There were times I was not sure if a story was being told or it if was really happening. The stories that were told by the characters were wild and steamy and made it hard to put the book down.
One of the things that drew me into the story the most was that when Allie came there she was madly in love with Wade but realized that she did not love him and instead had big feelings for Cameron. Who has loved her since college. I thought it was great that the professor left all four of them the house with the understanding that they would stay there for a month. The four of them cleaned out the house and tried to find a letter stating why the house was left to them but never did. It is a mystery and leaves why he left the house to them for your imagination.
I would highly recommend this book to people and I cannot wait to read more of Charlotte’s books in the future.