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COVET: Deceptive Desires #1 (A BWWM New Adult Romance) (COVET: Deceptive Desires Prequel) Kindle Edition
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Liam Delacroix Lematiris was being groomed to take over his grandfathers' hotels. Liam was considered the Delacroix legacy and could not be tied to things that were not up to his family's place in society. However, the heart wants what the heart wants, and for Liam, Raven was it.
This is a tale of two who loved each other immensely but outside forces are doing all they can to stop them.
Watch Raven become devastated by her mom and the possible loss of grandfather. Watch while Raven's world is blown up by deceit, lies and half truth's.
Great read..sometimes difficult to follow..Cliffhanger but well worth the read.
The book was difficult to read, the dialect was certainly questionable and the characters were unbelievable. It was painful to read - I kept wishing I was at the end.
Raven and Liam are not people that I would enjoy being around. It was as if they didn't even know one another. Their descriptions of each other varied from page to page and any attraction between them was unbelievable.
The story was disjointed, confusing, at times boring and most importantly not interesting enough to read any of the remaining books in the series.
Covet ..... Envy ..... Crave......Vindictive
Keep them coming Amarie !!!