Monday, 5 May 2014

Books Read: Zara Kingsley - A Moral Dilemma

Think you would never date a married man? ... Think again! 

Rebecca Hardy isn't a naturally deceptive person, but it seems her boyfriend might be—and when she theatrically catches him cheating, she decides she’s had it with these modern-day men who can’t commit. She has even less regard for these immoral modern day women, who don’t hesitate to prey on men in committed relationships. What is wrong with them?! Don't they care that they're breaking hearts and destroying lives?! 

Rebecca, with her high morals and family values, would never even consider dating a married man. Which is why her friends are so shocked when Rebecca finds herself doing exactly that—albeit at the fervent request of that man’s very own wife, the notorious Isabella Coombs.

At first, Rebecca likes to think of it as helping someone out—female camaraderie, and all that. But she doesn't expect Isabella’s husband to be quite so charming…or for things to go quite so far. 

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When beauty therapist Rebecca turns up for work  the last thing she expects is to receive a 'job offer' from one of her wealthy clients Isabella Coombs to try and date her husband especially when her own relationship with boyfriend Jeremy has just ended due to his cheating.  Isabella assures her that she just wants proof that her husband loves her and would never cheat on her but is there more to the story than she's letting on?...

I have to confess at first I was a little uncomfortable with the concept of the storyline within A Moral Dilemma and wasn't sure that I was going to enjoy a story with infidelity at the heart of it but I was pleasantly surprised as my perceptions were soon forgotten as I found myself drawn into the various dramas that ensued.  

For me what made this novel such an entertaining read wasn't so much the plot itself but the characters, Rebecca was such an engaging lead character but the secondary characters, especially her friends and colleagues, certainly played their parts too. 

Overall this was a pleasant read, full of intrigue with a touch of romance, for a lazy Sunday afternoon of reading. 

Zara is running a giveaway alongside this tour where the winner will receive an ecopy of A Moral Dilemma plus a $35/£20 Amazon gift card, enter via the Rafflecopter form below.

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  1. Sharon, so glad you enjoyed A Moral Dilemma. Great characters make all the difference to a plot don't they!

    Thank you for supporting Zara on tour.


  2. I love the sound of this. Very cute cover.

  3. Thanks for this, very nice giveaway!