Law professor Myles Eaton knows a lot can happen in 10 years. A decade ago, Philadelphia’s finest bachelor was a hotshot attorney engaged to a woman he swore he’d love forever - until she left him to marry a powerful politician. The only thing more difficult than forgiving her has been forgetting the searing heat they shared. And just when Myles is sure he’s over her, Zabrina Cooper arrives back in his life.
Nothing could stop Zabrina from loving Myles, not even when she was blackmailed into becoming wife - in name only - to another man. And as her secrets are revealed, Zabrina has one summer to convince Myles that beyond their incredible chemistry is a soul-deep bond that never faded.
Overall I'd say that this was a good read. The overall plot was a bit unrealistic but aren't most. Good job Alers
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although it began very sadly, the love that was revealed through the story was overwhelmingly awesome!!!!!!!
What did you like best about Sweet Deception? What did you like least?
I stumbled upon the Eaton series. I do like serials as they can give a reader an opportunity to learn more about characters (or, in this case, a family).
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
A little unrealistic, but still entertaining.
What didn’t you like about Erica Love’s performance?
Although animated and great voices for the characters, Ms. Love mispronounced quite a number of words and mixed up the genders for personal pronouns (saying "he" when "she" was appropriate and vice versa). Occasional mispronounced words can be overlooked, but I found the frequency distracting. This was the second audio book narrated by Ms. Love that I have experienced this same problem.
Do you think Sweet Deception needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
I know there are more about the Eatons. I will read them.
This book was a good listen. It was too drawn out. The plot could've been better. It was a little to unrealistic for this day in age especially set in my hometown of Philadelphia.