Don’t Let Me (Simplicit Duet Book 1) by Marie Skye – Review by Jenni Bishop

Don't Let Me (The Simplicit Duet #1)Don’t Let Me by Marie Skye
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Don’t Let Me (Simplicit Duet Book 1) by Marie Skye was an intriguing and sizzling read. There were things I loved and things I hated and it was as frustrating as it was addicting. AND OMG the ending, well let’s just say I went, NO she did not!, you can’t be serious. It just puts everything I had read in doubt. It is a story of a love triangle that is so sizzling you will need a cold shower. I both loved and hated the main characters but they were well written and the story and mystery kept the pages turning. Marie has well in the weaving of the plot and where everyone stands or at least where everyone you though stands. There are secrets and lies, betrayal and hurt but there is also so much love. But come to the end and all bets are off and like I said earlier, NO she did not!, that came from so far out left field there is no more left.

Olivia is drawn into a relationship with one man who is in games with another man but she doesn’t know and falls in love with them both. When her past learns she is still alive things take a dramatic turn.

Damien and Jaxon are best friends and have always played the game but now the stakes are so much higher and one of them will get burned.

This is a must read, now I have to sulk until the next installment.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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