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Union of Sin: 2 Paperback – 11 June 2017
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- Publisher : Eden Summers; 2 edition (11 June 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 212 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1925512096
- ISBN-13 : 978-1925512090
- Dimensions : 12.7 x 1.35 x 20.32 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 122,605 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Cassie soon gets served with divorce papers which means she has to step up her game if she wants to save her marriage but what she finds out whilst trying to save her marriage maybe more than she can handle.
I'll give you one piece of advice about this book make sure you have a box of tissues handy because the emotions that this book brings to life is amazing. Eden can really bring her characters to life.
Would I recommend this book YES
TJ and Cassie had the perfect marriage. Their love could not be rivalled, their chemistry couldn't be topped, and their sexuality couldn't be sated. That was until a bad experience in a sex club lead to TJ carrying a load of guilt so heavy that he believed the only way to protect his wife from future harm was to break her heart and leave. Never understanding the reasons why he left her, Cassie is determined to prove to her husband that their love is still strong before his motion for a divorce is passed. Just twenty- eight days to remind him of their bond, or she loses him forever.
The angst in this book is paramount. The pain TJ feels over leaving the woman he still loves with every fibre of his being makes your heart hurt. However, after learning the other reasons for his decision, you can't help but be angry over his stubbornness. But its Cassie's pain, confusion and heartbreak that really pull at your heart strings. I spent the whole book cheering her on as she refuses to give up. She's one of those characters that truly deserves a HEA.
Oh, and did I mention the sex was HOT?? Oh my, I swear my glasses fogged up at multiple points. Good god, that Eden sure does have a wild imagination. And that scene in the epilogue..... *phew**
Overall, Union of Sin was an excellent second instalment of The Vault series. It was extremely well-written, realistic and evoked so much emotion. Three key elements to a truly successful novel. Thank you, Eden, I truly cannot wait for Brute's story ;) x
The characters were complex, believable, and well developed. TJ is part owner of the Vault of Sin, along with his friends Leo and Brute. Cassie is his wife and silent partner in the Vault of Sin, in addition to working at a hotel. TJ and Cassie are in the midst of a divorce, and TJ won't even tell Cassie why. He admits that he still loves her and that there will never be another to take her place. She still loves him. So why are they getting divorced?!? (Seriously, TJ drove me insane most of the book, and I cried for Cassie more than once!)
This is the second book in the Vault of Sins series, but it can easily be read as a standalone. It is a MUST READ. I am totally hooked and can't wait for the next book in this series because Brute's story needs to be told! I highly recommend this book and series!
I reviewed this book on behalf of A Book Lover's Emporium book blog.
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Tate/T.J. is a complete jerk! He thinks he knows best, so he acts in a way to "spare" his wife from feeling guilty. His method of doing so? A divorce, with no real explanation to her as to the reason why. It was as if he thought Cassie was a sexually submissive slave, instead of a partner in their marriage, though it is never actually labeled as such. I couldn't believe that he thought her so weak that she couldn't handle the truth, and yet his actions caused her transformation into a more dominant woman, one who goes after what she wants, which was him. His actions were totally unbelievable, and his beliefs unrealistic.
Cassie's not without her own problems, though. I found it hard to believe that she'd want to be that taken care of and not want to do for herself in the long run. I also couldn't believe that she'd insist on not reporting the incident at the first sex club, even if it meant opening their relationship up to public scrutiny. However, I did like seeing her grow as a woman as the month wore on and she tried to win Tate back.
This book also gave us more insight into the club as well as Leo and Shay's relationship from the previous book in the series, which I did enjoy reading. It was good to see Shay settling down a bit and growing into her relationship with Leo. Brute was also in this book, and I think he is the best of the three owners of the club. I am eager to read his story!
I received a copy to voluntarily read and review with my own opinions. I have purchased the other books in this series.
Brutus (Book 3) has already been clicked and on standby.
Tate “TJ” Jackson feels that he failed to protect his adored wife Cassie at an adult club a year earlier from being assaulted and decides that she will be better off without him. Rather than communicating openly with Cassie, he withdraws and starts divorce proceedings, much to her dismay.
Fortunately Cassie is a strong female lead who shows that she is a fierce and tenacious heroine and fights to get Tate back. I loved her strength and courage to involve herself in The Vault club with Shay’s help as part of her determination to get her happily ever after.
There are wonderful interactions from the characters in A Shot of Sin that helps to tie together the story lines well and sets the tone for Brute’s story to come in Brutal Sin.