Blindfolded Innocence by Alessandra Torre – Review

May 16, 2014 Review 0 ★★★★

Blindfolded Innocence by Alessandra Torre – Review

Blindfolded Innocence by Alessandra Torre – ReviewRelease Date: January 28, 2014
Title: Blindfolded Innocence
Author: Alessandra Torre
Pages: 304
Publisher: Harlequin HQN
Source: NetGalley
From the Publisher: "I'm not sure what you have been told about me, but I'm not nearly as bad as they make me out to be." His deliciously deep voice carried a little bit of ego.

I'm sure you are exactly as bad as they make you out to be….

Brad De Luca is used to getting whatever and whomever he wants. The premier divorce attorney in town, he's a playboy who's bedded half the city—including his own clients. And when the newest intern at his firm poses a challenge, his seductive prowess goes into overdrive.

Pre-law student Julia Campbell is fresh off a failed engagement and happy with her new independence. Even if she weren't warned away from Brad at every turn, she'd know he was bad news. The last thing she needs is a man who could destroy her job prospects, not to mention her innocence. But before she knows it, the incorrigible charmer has her under his spell. His deviant tastes plunge her deep into a forbidden world of sexual exploration…but her heart may not survive the fall.
4 Stars

I’ll be honest. This wasn’t the best written novel I’ve ever read. But that didn’t stop me from enjoying the hell out of it.

You know that you’re holding something special in your hands when you feel an inexplicable rage of jealousy on behalf of the main character.

Yeah, that really happened.

Julia was so trusting and Brad was so…. Brad. I got angry.

But I got over it. Because Brad was delicious.

And I really don’t care if books like this perpetuate the myth that women can change men. It’s fictionThe whole point is to escape reality.

And this one? Well, I escaped a lot.

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