Deceived – Part 1 New York

Deceived – Part 1 New York

Deceived - Part 1 New York

The steamy first installment of the Deceived romance series by Eve Carter.
When Chloe Swanson, an innocent mid-western college graduate, lands her dream job in New York City, she doesn’t realize what kind of a ride she’s in for. It doesn’t take long before her boss, the charming and sharp businessman Patrick Collins, deceives her into being part of his plan to land the biggest account of his life. 
However, he never expected that he would fall for her. Suddenly, he finds himself tr

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  1. J. Hopkins
    55 of 58 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Engrossing and sexy, November 28, 2012
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    This review is from: Deceived – Part 1 New York (Kindle Edition)
    When I first read the description of this book I thought, “Oh great, here’s another want-to-be Fifty Shades of Gray novel”, but I decided to check it out anyway and I am glad I did. The writing is very strong, really putting you in the place of the main character and allowing you to experience the naughty adventure through her eyes. The story is pretty strong, definitely strong enough to make you want to keep reading it, and it does help you to connect with the characters, which makes the sexy scenes that much sexier.

    My only real complaint is that it is part of a series, I know that doesn’t seem to bother most people, but I personally like my stories to have a definite ending.

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  2. Sam
    71 of 85 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Curiosity killed the reader, May 3, 2013
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    Sam (Blakeslee, PA United States) –

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    Chloe Swanson … Chloe, Chloee, Chloeee,Chloooooeeeee.

    This is a First Person POV, and I wouldn’t want to spend another 120 pages in Chloe’s head. I don’t know how old she is `supposed’ to be, but I think sixteen would be an accurate guess. I don’t care how many big words she knows. Her thoughts, and actions were a bewilderment. I thought this was a parody, the prose beyond purple into a language that was at times, beyond any color wheel.

    Patrick Collins … Who? Mr. Collins that’s who.

    I don’t really know much about him. He’s her “boss”, and not a very good one. He’s ‘supposed’ to be 38 years old. Not possible. It’s also not possible for him to own his own company, and tie his shoes.

    There were some seriously weird word usage:

    “During the initial interview we exchanged handshakes and I felt a salacious propulsive energy flood my body like a deluge.” –Chloe Oookay. 7% in.

    “Wait. Would you, would you- um- show me by trying it on?” –Mr. Collins (her boss. Instructing her to try on a dress bought for his niece) Chloe then proceeded to change in his filing room, came out, pushed her hair aside for him to zipper her up, and he powdered his breath, or his breath powdered on her back or her ear. Who cares. She knew this was taboo, but her sentient pleasure was buzzing through her body. (her thoughts not mine)

    Mr. Collins decides that Chloe the secretary needs to be promoted to help campaign for some Baroness, who owns billions of dollars in real estate. He is currently only working on her charities and he wants the rest of her business. She’s: gorgeous, rich, titled, in her 40’s , an old hag, and of course the villain. She’s over the top ridiculous, even too much for a cartoon character.

    The Baroness and Chloe are having a “whose “baseball bat” is bigger” … in this case, I guess that would be “whose musky, wet, “pool” is dripping more” during their meeting, since Mr. Collins is willing to do anything to get her business, he throws Chloe under the bus and sends her out to fetch the Baroness some coffee. The tantrums begin. Mind you, Patrick and Chloe only shared a kiss and she’s full out territorial, on the side of protection order.

    While she’s out, the Baroness and Mr. Collins decide to talk over dinner. When Chloe gets back, he asks her to make the reservations. He leaves his iPhone on his desk and Chloe decides she’s going to bring it to him at the restaurant. She gives him his phone, he proceeds to get her a chair, orders her some drinks, she gets drunk, goes into the bathroom stall, starts thinking about the kiss and proceeds to masturbate. The Baroness comes into the bathroom and catches her. Chloe knows she’s busted, comes out, goes to the mirror to fix her face, the Baroness physically assaults her AND digitally rapes her. You read that right.

    The End. But not.

    Miss five dollar vocabulary doesn’t do a thing about it. Adjusts her skirt, gets a lift home by Patrick, and they end up screwing in her apartment. After being violated.

    I also want to mention there was NO usage of condoms, no talk about birth control, STD’s, or anything remotely responsible.

    I just want to leave this review with a few quotes:

    “I needed Elyse to solace me.” –Chloe

    ” I leaned on the countertop below the mirror with saline seeping into the corners of my mouth. I wiped away my tears with the back of my hand…” –Chloee

    ” If I was going to be a true New Yorker, I had better learn not to take things so damn personally. I was such a Dorothy.” –Choleee

    “I ran my hands up his thigh as he stood before me, his diamond cutter bulging within his pants.” –Chloeeeee

    “He used one hand to spread me apart while palpating the viscosity of my…” –Chloeeeeeeeeeeeee

    “I arched and moaned, voraciously wanting more, his tactile swirling and rubbing, coaxing me into a pyretic frenzy of desire. Skillfully he orchestrated my orgasm.” –Get REAL

    “Like a piston in a crank shaft, he pumped me hard …” –Save me

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  3. L. Clover "Ashys Mommy"
    18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This was so good that I bought the last 2 of this trilogy., September 13, 2013
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    L. Clover “Ashys Mommy” (Clinton, IN) –

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    I just HAD TO KNOW what happened. So I bought the last two book and to finish this trilogy. Did these characters get a chance at love and did that manipulative rich woman get her butt kicked? Find out when you read the remaining books.

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