I've worked a decade for this. I've sold my soul and my reputation. I've lived a lie, smiled for the cameras, and hated myself, all for this fortune.
And then she pops up. A mysterious heir with a rap sheet, combat boots, and a mouth that I want to pin shut with my -
It doesn’t matter.
I've played this game for a decade. I can continue the charade a little longer, keep my hands to myself and her body out of my mind.
I can keep my secret until the ink dries and everything is mine.
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By Avephoenix on 11-04-18
4.5 Stars!! Interesting, Entertaining, Intriguing
The performance captivated me from the beginning, giving me the chance to really enjoy the story this time. While I founded hard to connect with the story and undestand some of the characters while reading the book, listening to it give me a whole different perspective. (May be a side effects from surgery that didn't allowed me to enjoy my read, though).
I enjoyed Avery and Marco's interaction, but mostly their banter. So, that's after 1/3 of the story when everything starts getting better and they finally met.
This story is unlike any other by this author, but at the end of the day I also learn a valuable lesson from the lifes this characters have been living, regardless of their selfless or shelfish intentions behind it all. You don't have to like what people do but must accept people as they are, flaws and all, while helping them or helping each other to become a better version of themselves.
Dexter Collins and Elizabeth Powers nailed it with their excellent performance by evoking all the all the feels the author had intended and making this book a sheer pleasure to listen to!!
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By Nadine Bookaholic on 07-09-18
Things aren't as they seem behind the Hidden Seams
Today seems to be the day for me to catch up on some reviews that somehow slipped through the cracks. There will be a couple of minor spoilers in this review, I apologize in advance but I know I will start to rant once I start writing because I really disliked a couple of things.
Hidden Seams is not one of my favorites by Alessandra Torre but it was a good read nonetheless, for me it felt as if it was lacking somehow. Don't get me wrong there was a good story line but I guess I just didn't connect with the characters. Avery helps immigrant women but not in most the charitable way because she is most definitely skirting the law, and Marco....well lets just say he has a secret and he is set on protecting the legacy of his mentor, Vince Horace.
I felt at times that Marco needed a good smack in the back of his head, I hated the way he continually said that he was going to stay away from Avery because of his secret and then yet again was with her, lying to her over and over again while sleeping with her. I guess you could say Avery was as well because she was keeping her own secrets but when she admitted to believing that Vince could possibly be her father I think Marco should have done a few things differently. And he didn't which made me mad. he was keeping a secret for the sole purpose of keeping his pockets filled. Honestly with the amount of money left to him he could have given Avery half of it and still lead a very pampered life.
There were plenty of sexy times between Avery and Marco but again I didn't feel the connection or chemistry. Sorry. I love Alessandra Torre's books and I think this is the first one that left me feeling flat. I would still recommend this book to readers that enjoy Contemporary Romance especially fans of Alessandra's because as I stated at the start this had a good story line, I just couldn't connect. Happy Reading!!!