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Review of Invisible Masterpiece by M.H.B.

My name is Sage Cross.

I’ve got it all—the man, the money, the mastered dream.

I wasn’t supposed to fall for him. Jacob Storm—Manhattan’s well-known womanizer. It was worth it, though.

The darkness.
The trial.
The scandals.
The secrets.

The world came at us. Against us.

But I’ve worked too hard to lose it all. To get to where I always wanted to be.

Would our love unite us? Or would our empire crumble to the ground—two broken people who know nothing about love succumbing to its perfect poison—darkness.

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Release: April 5, 2019
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Dual POV - 1st person
Heat: Descriptive
Type: Book 2 of The Cross Series
Length: 265 pages
Format: eARC provided by Inkslinger PR
Invisible Leash - ★★★✩✩

Review

★★★✩✩

Sage is free to be with Jacob and nothing could be sweeter. All Jacob wanted was to tell the world that they were together and here was their chance. But nothing is ever that easy. Sage is still riddled with insecurity and unemployed. And while Jacob is also without a job, he's a self-made millionaire and he's got options. With her dad in jail, charged with murder, life is about to get real interesting for these two.

And I trodded on... I think getting this far gave me a sense of accomplishment. At the beginning of this series, I couldn't see myself to the end. I almost gave up quite a few times. Sage was my cross to bear and she was hella heavy. Between the incessant unnecessary details about her life, like the brand of her soap or the detailed analyses of her wardrobe changes, and the many ways this character wanted to be all grown up without having a clue what that meant, wading through it all was an arduous task. While I can say that this author's writing was enough to keep me going, I wasn't a fan of everything she had to write.



Invisible Masterpiece gives us tons of sex, touches of drama, and a story about two people finding love everlasting.

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