The Dumont Diaries (The Dumont Diaries, #1-4) by Alessandra Torre

dumont diaries

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My Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5

Genre: Contemporary, Romantic Suspense, Erotica

I made a personal goal to finish any Alessandra book that I haven’t yet read (Dumont Diaries and The innocence Series) so I thought I’d start with these novellas.

I finished this in a whole day! While that may be easy for some people, it usually takes me a week or at least a few days to finish a story. So I must have really enjoy this!

“We are animals, broken down to our core needs; I am his mark, and he is feasting.”

Our heroine; Candace/Candy/Jenny is succumbed to working at a strip club due to personal circumstances (not that anyone shouldn’t work there if they weren’t so desperate, that is a personal choice) but she wants out, she wants better for her father in hospital. In walks rich man with a thing for asking for her every time he visits the strip club. Perfect pay check. Man (Nathan) needs a wife on paper so propositions to Jenny. Then the story continues…. I’m not going to sit here and walk you through the storyline of each part because honestly, it’s better if you know little. But you get the basics of it!

There were many aspects which I liked about this. One being the mystery surrounding the storyline and the constant second guessing. There are two beautiful heroes and honestly, I was suspicious of both of them throughout the whole 4 books. Poor Jenny. I couldn’t stop feeling sympathetic towards her, she deserved so much more than her circumstances could give her.

I wish this book was longer. I definitely think it works how it ended, keeping up the whole ‘mysterious’ aura however I would love to read more about the characters, seeing as though I completely fell for them.

Overall, this is another fantastic read by a fantastic author. I’m really glad I didn’t delay not reading this much longer. I loved every second of it, such a wonderful source of entertainment. A great plotline combined with intriguing characters equals a brilliant book.

“He is a drug that I have no way of resisting, bad for my soul, but so heartbreakingly perfect in its deliverance.”

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