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Review: Captivate (The Fidelity World) by Stacey Lynn

Claudia Townsend, daughter of disgraced Judge Keith Townsend needs a fresh start, and in New York, she finds exactly what she’s looking for.

Raised with poise and grace and a lifetime of being around the wealthiest members of society in Savannah, Georgia, becoming a client of Infidelity makes perfect sense. It offers her everything she needs—financial security, a new life, and the possibility of final getting rid of her pesky V-Card.

What—or who—she doesn’t expect, is for Liam Allistor to come crashing in and messing up all of her new plans.

Liam Allistor has more secret than he has tattoos. His deep set black eyes and banging body along with his mystery allure is what makes panties drop as soon as he steps on stage in crowded arenas. But then he’s rocked by a scandal and his ticket sales plummet. His tour ends at breakneck speed, and everyone, including Liam, is left wondering if his career has come to a screeching halt.

He needs a publicity makeover, but more than that…he needs a girlfriend. And Infidelity is just the place for him to find one.

His agent wants him to clean up his image. Infidelity wants his money and silence.

And Liam? He wants Claudia, and he doesn’t care what he has to do to get her.



The second I found out Stacey Lynn was writing in the Fidelity World, I knew I had to read it. I devoured this story in one afternoon. I can honestly say that I didn't want it to end.

After reading Aleatha Romig's Infidelity series and reading most of the first round of the Fidelity world stories, I had been wanting a story based on Infidelity from the start into the relationship. I am so happy that it was Stacey who told that story.

Stacey did a wonderful job in keeping with what we saw from the original characters, to adding her own flare within the story.

The only thing that I didn't like about this story was that it wasn't a full-length novel. This story would have totally been more than worthy of a five star rating if it had been a full-length book. There were parts in the story that went too fast for me. It ended way too quickly.





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