Unraveled by Him embraces the sensuality of Sylvia Day’s Crossfire series and
sweeping mystery and twisty nail-biting suspense. The first in a spellbinding trilogy that entwines, love, hate, romance, jealousy, lust and a white hot sexual adventure.
This erotically charged roller coaster debut by New York Times bestselling author
Wendy Leigh, introduces us to Miranda, a free-spirited celebrity ghost writer who gets
swept up into a dark world of passion and glamour when she meets notorious billionaire Robert Hartwell, an irresistible dominant older man.
After sparks fly between Robert and Miranda, he enables her to live out her wildest
dreams of sexual submission, and she, in turn, inflames his dominance in every aspect.
Although both of them are haunted by their past demons, they embark on a love affair
that is part romance, part sexual exploration, and utterly addictive.
A truly riveting trilogy that entwines mystery, suspense and erotica and which breaks romance world boundaries like never before, fans of Lisa Renee Jones’ Inside Out series will find themselves under the spell of the Unraveled series.
♥MY REVIEW♥ by Colleen
I was so excited to read Unraveled by Him that as soon as I got it I dove right in…then I stopped. I couldn’t get into the storyline so I figured I wasn’t in the right frame of mind to enjoy it. A week or so later, I picked it up again and muddled through. I have to say I was disappointed, unfortunately.
I take pride in my reviews being honest, so that is what I am going to be – completely honest. The story was disjointed and had not one ounce of believability. Yes, I understand that it is called FICTION for a reason, but this was crazy even for fiction. I love my erotica but honestly, there was nothing erotic about Miranda having to slurp champagne out of a bowl on her hands and knees or be beaten by a woman she hates just to pass tests. The characters were cold and detached. I felt absolutely zero chemistry between Robert and Miranda, nor did I believe that they really love one another.
The only part of the book that really intrigued me was the cliffhanger ending. It is what pulled the rating from a one star to a two star.
I always feel bad when I have to give a bad review, but this book just didn’t do it for me. Maybe it is another person’s cup of tea, but unfortunately, not mine.