"To be clear, this isn't your garden variety psychological thriller.Author Nesly Clerge seems to be carving out a genre of his own, having created a complex relationship drama, romantic suspense and murder mystery all in one.It is soapy at times? Absolutely! But somehow, in Clerge's hands, each dose of scathing dialogue ("The thing you need to understand, Penelope, is that tome, you're nothing more than a sex toy") only increases the level of delicious intrigue. Let's hope Clerge has another Dr. Moore novel in him. If all her patients are like this, sign us up for an entire series! TheBottom Line: An addictive, erotic and unsettling psychological thriller that seizes from the very first page and never lets go." ―Best Thrillers"
This is a taut psychological thriller that opens up a number of interesting ethical dilemmas. It isn't just an "infidelity novel" as the stakes grow to a thriller's degree, but it also does raise a number of questions about morality that will have readers questioning their own moral compass. You'll be quickly drawn into these characters' lives and the choices they make, which have entirely unpredictable results." ―Naka Jackson, SPR
"The Anatomy of Cheating is exciting, alarming, eerie, unforgettable, and above all else, original. Its characters, unlike many in the genre, actually feel like real people and bring the story to life."―RebeccaMcNutt, author of Smog City
"The characters were deep and intriguing, but I have to say Chelsea is an awesome character and my favorite. I went from feeling for her, to rooting for her to succeed, and wanting to shake her when she got down on herself. In many ways, she reminded me of myself at times, and that really struck a chord. She is the epitome of our insecurities." ―CP Bialois, author of The Sword and The flame