ARC Review: Filthy Vows by Alessandra Torre

Title: Filthy Vows
Author: Alessandra Torre
Genre: Erotic Romance
Type: Standalone
POV: First Person – Female
Expected Publication: July 18, 2019

 

 

Would you tell your husband everything?

Every torrid thought?
Every twisted fantasy?
The forbidden images that slink into your mind in your most vulnerable moments?

I shouldn’t have. I hesitated to. But I did.

And my husband? He gave them all to me.

 

 

Pre-order at Amazon.

 

 

ARC provided for an unbiased review.

Elle and Easton North met in college and had been inseparable since. They were very much in love with each other even through challenges that life had to offer. But what used to secretly fuel her fantasy, increasingly became sexual needs she can’t untamed. And he was willing to indulge no matter the consequences.

Elle and Easton’s devotion to each other was admirable and cemented a good foundation for their marriage. Both of them were likable and relatable. They had great sexual chemistry and the sex scenes were hot, but I was expecting more filth considering the subject matter.

It couldn’t happen. It was too close to real life. It was a fantasy that should have stayed in its place, behind the current of impossibility but there—in the City of Sin—I felt it bloom to life.

What I loved the most about this book is it wasn’t just about a married couple wanting to try some kinky fuckery just for the sake of it. It started with them young and ready to face the world and followed their journey that led to their carefully made decision. I liked the open-ended conclusion, however, there were several things that were just left hanging especially when it involved a certain matter that was heavily focused on the storyline.

“I can’t give you anything. But I can give you this.”

Filthy Vows is a story of exploring fantasies. It would appeal to readers who enjoy erotic romance with a taste of kink.

Final Verdict:

This review is also available on Goodreads.

 

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