The Confession

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The Confession

The Body Work Trilogy, #3

The Confession is the third book in The Body Works Trilogy by Sierra Kincade. This is a book that is best read as part of the trilogy and not as a standalone.

Anna Rossi walked away from Alec the one man she loved. However walking away did not stop her from wanting him. She knows what she did was the right thing with the constant media attention Alec is getting from the trial. Alec knows he can put Max away but when it comes to light that he stands to inherit everything Max is losing.

The beginning of the story leaves you wondering how this book will turn out. By the end of the first chapter, I could not wait to finish the book. The author did a good job of drawing the reader in to her world. She did a great job of making it very realistic. The pace of the story was a bit slow at some points and fast is others. The main characters and the secondary characters were motivating and realistic. I loved that both Anna and Alec were not perfect and each had faults that they had to deal with making them realistic.

The point of view stayed mainly with Anna. I do wish I could have seen things from Alec’s perspective. The main conflict is Anna dealing with walking away from Alec and the trial of Maxim Stein. It’s a very complicated storyline that if you have not read the prior book it’s hard to appreciate all the elements. The dialogue between the characters was frank and distinct. The characters voice matched not only the setting but fit their overall personality. The ending was a bit predictable but the author takes the reader on a wonderful journey filled with twists and turns. I hope we get to see these characters again in the future.


Book Blurb for The Confession

The hot and thrilling conclusion to the Body Work Trilogy, following The Masseuse and The Distraction

Anna Rossi walked away from Alec Flynn to keep her family and friends safe. But she can’t protect her heart from him, no matter how hard she tries…

Time has done nothing to quell Anna’s need for Alec. She knows that she did the right thing walking away; the constant media attention that Alec’s been getting for testifying against Maxim Stein and Force Enterprises is evidence enough of that. But no matter how many times she warns herself that Alec is dangerous, she just can’t stay away—even after her connection to him once again threatens her life…

Alec knows the evidence he has against Max could stop him from hurting anyone ever again. But when it’s revealed that Alec stands to inherit everything from Max’s loss, his testimony is called into question—and Max could walk free putting Anna in harms’ ways once again. Now he’s beginning to wonder if any of this is even worth it—and if he and Anna will ever have a chance at true happiness…


Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2015 4.00