Review: Unexpected by Aleatha Romig

August 31, 2018



What will happen... when Jenn learns the truth that has been brewing deep inside me?
...when she learns my desires have been restrained?
...when containing them is no longer possible?
Will she flee when there’s no place to run?


Traveling to the isolation of a tropical island, we agree to lay our marriage and our future on the line. It’s the only way to face the demons—my demons—that threaten our life together. 
For us to make our marriage work, we must break down barriers, reveal the hidden places, and shine light where darkness has taken root. 
This reprieve from life is meant to be about us, our marriage, and our future. 
It is...until the unexpected happens...


Will our marriage survive? Will we?


This suspenseful, steamy stand-alone novella follows Paul and Jenn Masters, characters previously introduced in the novella UNCONVENTIONAL. This quick, spicy story may be read completely on its own or even before UNCONVENTIONAL. 
If you enjoy a fast and furious, heart-thundering ride that leaves you breathless and perhaps a bit hot and bothered, check out New York Times bestselling author Aleatha Romig’s THE VAULT novellas: UNCONVENTIONAL and UNEXPECTED. 


Have you been Aleatha’d?


*UNEXPECTED contains the never before seen Prologue of SECRETS, book 1 of WEB of SIN, Aleatha's new dark romance trilogy with an all new anti-hero alpha coming fall of 2018.


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*** 3 Star Review ***


I don't really care for novellas. There is never enough meat and potatoes to the story for me to connect to anything. Unfortunately, this is an example of that.


This story is one of those wham-bam-it's over as soon as it starts stories. I can guarantee if this had been a full-length novel, giving me more character development and story line, I would been shouting over the rooftops about this one.


It's definitely a quick read. I did see the turn of events coming. Maybe not the exact events, but I saw them coming nonetheless. Being such a short story, I did enjoy what I got, but it wasn't enough for me to form a full opinion.


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