Release Blitz + Review: Indiscreet (Discreet Duo #2) by Nicole French

Title: Indiscreet
Series: The Discreet Duet #2

Author: Nicole French

Publisher: Raglan Publishing

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: October 25, 2018

Blurb

Sexiest man alive.

Playboy movie star.
Reckless actor.
Will Baker, better known
as “Fitz,” is back, and the world has questions.
Where did he go?
Why is he back?
Who is Maggie
Sharp, the girl who found him?
As Will and Maggie
flee her family’s troubles, they return to a world most only dream of, where
privacy belongs to the highest bidders, and loving Will might cost Maggie
everything she has.
Secrets mean
betrayal, and Will’s are bigger than most.
As he returns to a
life of wealth and excess, will he fall back into his old vices too? Or is
loving Maggie Sharp the one thing that will save him?

 

MY REVIEW

Oh my, oh my, oh my. This. Book.

THIS. BOOK. PEOPLE!!!

Okay, now that I let out that pent up emotion, let me explain to you why I luurved this book so much. After the ending of book one, I was basically munching on my fingers to pass the time waiting for this next instalment. Thank god it did not take a long time until this beauty was in my hands, and as soon as I saw it, I dived in.

This book was first and foremost very dynamic. So many things happened it’s crazy. At a certain point I was feeling like I was on a broken carousel unable to get down because everything was happening and it was overwhelming.

But one thing at a time. The setting was different than the first book, but not totally different. We still get our fix of the lake, but the book is also set in New York and LA. If someone had told me before I started reading that those were the cities chosen, I would have curled my nose. I would have griped about how the lake was such an important part of this couple. And instead, seeing them having to handle these two big cities, each with their own demons, was a growing experience for the characters and it made me discover different aspects of their personality.

This book I feel like was a risky one. I feel like if the author hand’t painstakingly built up their relationship into the unshakable bond they have since book one, so many times in this second instalment I would have felt like it was all over, like they wouldn’t not be able to overcome what had been thrown against them. Instead, even in the darkest of days, I knew deep inside that Will and his Lily Pad would come out on the other side stronger than ever.

As I said, so many things happened, I couldn’t detach my eyes from the pages. I just needed to know how Will was going to handle this and that, and how Maggie’s carreer was going to develop, and whether or not her mom would clean up her act, or if Del Conte would finally let her alone. And yet, if this sounds like this book did not focus enough on the romantic aspect, do not fear. Will and Maggie and their relationship are still the complete focus of this book.

As for the previous instalment, neither of them is perfect. What has changed, in my opinion, is that they have both come to the realization that they cannot be apart, that even though heartache may ensue, even though their lives won’t ever be the private heaven like at the beginning this duet, every sacrifice is worth it.

I would recommend this duet 100% and will definitely re-read it because it was an epic rollercoaster or a read.

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Author Bio

Nicole French is an East Coast/West Coast hybrid creature, Springsteen fanatic, hopeless romantic, and total bookworm. When not writing fiction or teaching writing classes, she is hanging out with her family, playing soccer with the rest of the thirty-plus crowd in Seattle, or going on dates with her husband. In her spare time, she likes to go running with her dog, Greta, or practice the piano, but never seems to do either one of these things as much as she should.

 

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