REVIEW: Consequences of Deception by Ella Fox

Posted on March 3, 2014 by Christy | 0 Comments

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
REVIEW: Consequences of Deception by Ella FoxConsequences of Deception by Ella Fox
Published by Self Published on February 17, 2014
Pages: 240
Source: Purchased
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Once upon a time, girl met boy and a love story began.

Their future was assured until tragedy struck and deceptions were made.

There are consequences to every action, and the Consequences of Deception are always the most punishing.

Sloane Evans lost nearly everyone that she' s ever loved, but losing Killian Brandt left a scar that never healed.

Four and a half years after turning his back on her, Killian steps back into Sloane' s life in the most shocking of ways, giving her no choice but to abandon her life and go with him.

Why would a man buy a woman that he hates?

Not everything is as it appears.

Love is beautiful, revenge is ugly, and lies destroy lives.

Prepare to discover the Consequences of Deception

reviewMy thoughts…

Wow! I’m not sure where to start. There has been a lot if buzz on twitter about this book. After reading the synopsis I decided to read it. The plot was intriguing and I couldn’t wait to get started. I was hooked right from the beginning and here’s why. This story offers a lot of elements. Within the pages is an intricate web of lies and deceit. I found myself trying to figure out what was happening and what would happen next. I was also trying to figure out who was responsible for certain things. There were times I was angry and times where I cried while reading this story. To say its highly emotional is an understatement. There were just so many twists and turns. I truly enjoyed trying to figure it all out.

I loved Sloane and felt so bad for her. Having to go through what she did at such a young age was devastating. At first I wasn’t sure how Killian could actually “buy” her, but I went along with it. After all Sloane was over the age of eighteen.

Killian was a first class ass at the beginning. He was mean, hateful, and treated Sloane horribly. I didn’t like him yet there was something mysterious about him that drew me in.

I liked some of the secondary characters and hated others. Celine which is Sloane’s aunt was a first class bitch. I hated her. She was evil.

The sexual scenes were really hot. Like smokin hot. I had to fan myself while reading this one. Also, finally an author who let’s the heroine voice her true feelings upon losing her virginity. It’s not all sugar-coated. Kudos to Ms Fox for being real.

Overall, I loved this book. Once I reached the end and had the whole picture I came to one conclusion and that is Ms Fox is very clever. The tale she spun is truly unique, intriguing, suspenseful, and highly enjoyable. Be sure to give this one a try. It’s worth it!

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Christian. Mom. Caretaker. Bipolar. St. Louis Cardinals fan. Book Aficionado. Twitter addicted. Random. Blessed. Love meeting other readers and discovering new authors. My reviews are normally short and to the point. I'll tell you what I liked, what I didn't like, and why. My grammar is not the best so please don't judge any mistakes I make too harshly. lol Please leave a comment. Tell me what you think. Have you read this book? Do you plan on reading it? Let me know.

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