Hush, Hush by Lucia Franco

Hush, Hush by Lucia Franco
on August 14, 2019
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A new, seductive forbidden romance that caters to Manhattan's elite...I knew the rules:
Never reveal my true identity.Play the game, give the illusion. Don’t get close to the clients.
The dark and glamorous lifestyle of the rich and shameless open my eyes to a lavish world of sin and wealth, and a man I can’t have.
A man I desperately want—James Riviera.
We're treading a fine line as we live the ultimate double life until we make a startling discovery that tests both our loyalties.
I only had to follow the rules, but rules are meant to be broken.

5 Shameless Stars ⭐️ 

Now this is the book, the kind that will blow your mind even if it at times you are perturbed with what you are reading. Believe the hype, Hush Hush was sensationally scandalous and fanbloodytastic!

“Yeah. I’m an angel with black wings born with no morals or modesty, and legs for days that spread like holy water.”

I will remain vague because as a reader you will want to fully experience the magic and debauchery that Lucia Franco has managed to weave. Because if you enjoy the following tropes you need to grab this immediately….

Age Gap Romance 
* Scorching Sex Scenes 
* Taboo Themes
* Morally Questionable 
* Breathtaking & Forbidden

Aubrey Adams is a 21 year old uni student burning the candle at both ends. Coming from a life of very little she uses brains, sass and hard work to accomplish her goals. Studying and holding down two jobs is no easy feat when trying to support herself and her cherished Grammie as well. Sometimes a girl just deserves a break. But how far does one go before they sell their soul?

James Riviera, richer then god with sex appeal to match shouldn’t want a girl young enough to be his daughter. And if you think that’s the sum of this mess, you haven’t even scratched the surface.

I can’t express enough how exhilarating Hush Hush was and how I never wanted it to end. Between laughing, cringing, panting and crying, this was definitely by far one of my favourite books ever 🔥🔥