Title: Indiscretion: Volume Two by Elisabeth Grace
Publisher: Elisabeth Grace
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic, Romance
Book Rating: B
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Fraternizing with the competition? Check.
Risking everything I’d worked so hard for? Check.
Mind-shattering orgasms? Double check.
Max Richfield made me forget myself. Forget all the reasons why I’d chosen to be alone for so long. I had goals. I needed stability. He brought chaos. I’d taken years erecting my walls. And with good reason, I would soon discover.
Now my inability to see beyond Max’s charm could cost me everything.
***Note: This is the second installment in the Indiscretion serial. Volumes 1-3 are approximately 23K-25K in length, with the final fourth installment being longer. The release schedule is as follows: Volume 2: Aug 18th, Volume 3: Sept 1st, Volume 4: Sept 15th.
Indiscretion: Volume Two is the über steamy second installment in Elisabeth Grace’s serial romance starring Chloe Griffins and Max Richfield. In this outing, Chloe and Max’s summer fling is still scorching hot, but unexpected emotions and professional complications are beginning to intrude on their casual relationship.
Both Max and Chloe quickly realize their arrangement is becoming a little more serious than either of them expected, but their reactions are on opposite ends of the spectrum. Max is willing to keep seeing Chloe, but vague allusions to something in his past strengthen his resolve to keep their relationship casual. Chloe is more conflicted about her growing emotional attachment to Max and she reacts by pulling away from him. Max is confused by her contradictory behavior but neither of them are able to resist their fiery attraction.
Outside forces are also beginning to wreak havoc on their budding relationship. Max and Chloe’s acquaintance is closely scrutinized by business associates and a stunning connection is revealed. A couple of troubling encounters with people from Chloe’s past raises some interesting possibilities for sources of future interference in their personal lives.
Indiscretion: Volume Two has a little more angst and conflict than Indiscretion: Volume One. The characters and their backgrounds are more defined and while at first Chloe seems to be the more troubled of the two, it is becoming clear that Max is harboring a few secrets of his own. Elisabeth Grace ends the novella on a very intriguing note that will leave readers impatiently awaiting the next installment in the Indiscretion series.
Read my review of the other books in Volume One HERE.