Book Review: Wicked Lies by Lora Leigh

*** WARNING! This book is for ADULTS only or may be unsuitable for people under 21 years of age due to sexual content, graphic violence, and/or mature themes. Reader discretion is highly advised. If you are easily offended, then this book is not for you and please do not continue. ***

Wicked Lies by Lora Leigh

Series: Men of Summer #2
Release Date: September 1st 2015
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
Language: English
Print Length: 348 pages
Genres: Erotica, Romance, Contemporary, Suspense
Target Reader: Adult

From #1 bestselling author Lora Leigh comes Wicked Lies, a sizzling novel of the Men of Summer-their ways and means, and the women they desire…

Jazz Lancing is the stuff of legends. A mountain-bred ex-Navy SEAL with rugged dark looks, a tall muscled frame, and gorgeous blue eyes, he can have any woman he wants in the state of Tennessee. Except Annie Mayes. The beautiful, innocent teacher refuses to fall for Jazz because she’s hiding a secret more powerful than her own temptation …

Jazz knows that Annie isn’t who she says she is-that she’s lying about her identity, her past, and her motives. But can she be trusted? Little does he know Annie has been craving his kiss for years, dreaming that Jazz would take her in his arms and save her from her demons. But telling Jazz the truth could put both of them in peril. In this deadly game of danger, deceit, and darkness, is desire worth the risk of losing…everything?

“Leigh’s books can scorch the ink off the page.”-RT Book Reviews

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Review by Elle

It has been a while i haven’t read Lora Leigh. Wicked Lies is her newest book from Men of Summer. Sadly, i never read the first one, but Wicked Lies can be read as a standalone, so i don’t bother to read the previous. I read everything she writes (except breed series).

I liked the characters. Jazz Lancing is an interesting hero. He lost the love of his life a long time ago. The came Annie Mayes, a temptation for him. He couldn’t resist the attraction from her even Annie keep denying Lazz every time. When the secret finally unfold, Jazz couldn’t let her go and will keep her at any cost. The thing i hated is obviously, they’re lusting each other but they keep in circle. She always have doubt about him because *cough* some reason that she thinks he’s better of without her. And yeah, that’s Lora Leigh for you. Their sexual tension is really there. The chemistry in undeniable. Bam! The sex happen. It was far from sweet and romantic. Their sex is raw and burning hot. I’m not saying Jazz become pussy-whipped hero but they have sex… a lot after their first encounter. Still, i enjoyed the back and forth between them.

The before-sex pace itself quite painfully slow at first, almost bored me but still enjoy the ride until the end. I could feel the suspense since the first chapter. Even i didn’t really quite catch what the hell they’re talking about because there is so much ‘code’ and mystery. But we will get into it eventually along side the story itself so i liked it. The suspense is in there as always beside the erotic. The secret is predictable and there is no twist. Quite plain and simple. Go blind! (view spoiler)


Overall, Wicked Lies is mediocre and quite solid with some issues. I liked how Lora Leigh fold the suspense with romance plus hot needy sex. Just plainly couldn’t resist it! Although Wicked Lies isn’t memorable for me, i’ll be waiting for the next book in the Men of Summer series. There is a lot potential alpha male to be explore 😉 I gonna say that i’m big fans of her writing and wouldn’t miss her book! Still worth to read for everyone who need suspense in your romance book. Don’t forget the burning sex.

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