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Web of Deceit - Book 1: A Naomi Reed Novella

Web of Deceit - Book 1: A Naomi Reed Novella Web of Deceit - Book 1: A Naomi Reed Novella by J.B. Jefferson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

SYNOPSIS
Naomi Reed has a sexual appetite that no one man can please. Married to one of Las Vegas’ most powerful attorneys, she finds herself constantly looking for ways to feed her insatiable need and want of a good sexual encounter. With her undeniably beautiful and exotic looks, she has no problem attracting both men and women to satisfy her every whim.

Despite being an undercover sex addict, Naomi is one of the top salespeople at Talks Talk magazine where she meets an impressionable and totally enamored mailroom clerk with whom she lives out any and all the sexual fantasies she desires...no questions asked.

Naomi is living her best double life until a minor mishap makes her husband question her fidelity. He calls on his long-time friend Darius, who owns a well-renowned private investigative firm, to help him prove his gut feeling is right: his wife is cheating on him. William doesn’t have much time to figure it all out though. Based on their prenup, if he can’t prove Naomi’s been unfaithful by the time they reach their 6th wedding anniversary, she’ll be entitled to $2 million, no questions asked.

Both William and Naomi have a lot to lose, but she’s not willing to abandon her secret life, not even for her beloved William. Accustomed to getting anything she puts her mind to; Naomi thinks she can have her cake and eat it too. But can she continue her Web of Deceit and outwit a professional like Darius while hiding her secret affair from her street-smart husband?

BOOK REVIEW
The story opens with a steamy scene that sets the tone for the book. Jefferson proceeds to introduce us to our protagonist, Naomi, a successful professional married woman with bit of sex addiction. She has no idea that her husband of 5 years suspects that she has been unfaithful and he sets out to to proof his assumption right.
Jefferson takes great care in delivering well thought out and stimulating physical scenes that may leave you in need of ......well you'll have to read it to find out. The use of providing very descriptive imagery in each and every scene goes along way in making the reader feel a part of the story. However, you have to be careful to not to send the reader into sensory overload with the describing every single detail in a scene. This may result in a reader skipping passages. I would have liked to know why Naomi was described as having a sex addiction or been privy to the actions that led to that description. Maybe it will come in book two?

All in all, there was good character and storyline development. The story flows well.
The content is relevant and the editing was superb. I have yet to come across a manuscript that had no errors, but I digress. Jefferson does a great job of creating tension and the necessary heat to hold your interest and finish this tale in one sitting. This erotic drama ends on a tension filled note. I would recommend this book to anyone wanting something interesting and steamy. You can get your copy here and don't forget to leave a review.
On to book two!!


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