Saturday, March 12, 2016

Hidden Truths by J. Kahele (Violet Chain, #2)

Hidden Truths
by J. Kahele

My rating: 5 stars

Series: Violet Chain - Book 2
Publication Date: December 11, 2015
Publisher: J. Kahele
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Print Length: 229 pages
Available from: Amazon

 
Violet and Chain are trying to build a loving and trusting relationship, but life has a few more obstacles to throw at them.
Violet wants to know more about Chain's rocky past with his father, whilst Chain is more interested in getting Violet to commit to their relationship in a more permanent way: marriage.
To complicate matters, Chain's past holds a secret that could tear them apart forever, and he will do whatever it takes to keep the secret hidden.

This book is intended for mature audiences only!

 
Hidden Truths by J. Kahele (Violet Chain, #2)

Hidden Truths (Violet Chain #2)Once again, J. Kahele puts both her readers and her characters through the uncharted rapids of romance between two people carrying enough baggage to sink a ship. Hidden Truths those often gut-wrenching, relationship breaking discoveries are going to test the fragile bond Violet and Chain have formed.

Chain needs commitment, he is ready, and he wants only Violet, but she refuses to commit without something from Chain, his past. Like two bulls charging one another, these two will butt heads and hearts more than once as each one attempts to find what they need from the other. Like the vicious circle of a saw blade on high, these two find more ways to hurt each other while clinging to the one thing besides love they share. Their physical chemistry is off the grid, they want no one else, but pride and a need for answers may cause too much agony, as the bonds of trust are shredded through foolish acts, while interference from family and friends is like cleaning a wound with battery acid and barbed wire.

How can two people who can char the bedposts and scorch the very air they share be so far apart when it comes to total trust? J. Kahele has turned up the heat again, fired up the passion and torched the pages with tension, angst and more tension as two people struggle to find a common ground without giving an inch. Great dialogue, overbearing family, over-involved friends and scenes that breathe life into them all, J. Kahele has penned another riveting look at a love match that should have been made in heaven, but still smells a little like sulphur. Will Violet and Chain ever give up their secrets and find calm waters? Connect with the characters, get frustrated with them, feel their desperation in spades. Kind of makes you want to put Cupid in a time out for allowing all of this torture!

I received this copy from the author, J. Kahele in exchange for my honest review.




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