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Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives - CHRISTA

by Keziah Hill

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I think I’ve said it before, but with each instalment of the Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives I’m certain that the heat-o-meter can’t get any hotter or that there aren’t any more ways to surprise me. I need to stop saying that because with Christa the heat just got turned up to furnace level! (Could there be a possible contribution here to climate change?!)

Christa hasn’t appeared very often in the previous books, but she’s also been quite restrained and not overly noteworthy. Now that this lady has her own story, whoa! She’ll make herself unforgettable. Christa is a champion of charity and so is her husband. Both do frequent fundraising and as a plastic surgeon, Marc performs surgery in poor nations to help out the people. He’s tired and stressed on his return home but Christa helps him relieve some of that stress in the car as other motorists look on… If you didn’t think that was enough, Christa’s also managed to get an elusive CEO to attend their latest fundraiser. When the CEO gives a hefty donation to charity, the fun in the bedroom begins for the three…

I thought that the characterisation in this story was done brilliantly – we get to know Christa and Marc and their likes very, very quickly. The threesome scenes weren’t smutty and reading about the aftermath of that night helped to show that this wasn’t just a one off. It covered some parts that may otherwise have been awkward with grace. It’s a quick but fun read that should really be devoured with the air conditioning on!

I’m eagerly awaiting the next story in the series, which is about Emma. How will the housewives astonish me next?

Thank you to Escape Publishing for the eARC. My review is honest, and my own.

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  birdsam0610 | Jan 24, 2015 |
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Meet the Housewives of Sydney. They are wealthy, elegant, poised, and constantly in the public eye. But what goes on behind closed doors, in the private homes and parties where the cameras and paparazzi aren?t welcome? Delve into the most personal details of their relationships, their friendships and their lives. The only question is: can you handle the heat? In business, as in pleasure, Christa has two rules: ask for what you want, and be prepared to get a bit creative. She and her husband, Marc, are infamous for their charitable soirees and the obscene amount of money that they raise for good causes around the world. The secret to their success has always been well-kept, but one chance encounter with Christa is going to lead one lucky CEO to find out just how this unorthodox pair make friends and influence people.… (more)

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