Book Review | Dirty Little Secrets

Dirty Little Secrets by Trilina Pucci

Publication Date: February 14, 2021

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Everyone has a dirty little secret…I just have two.

Trilina Pucci gives you a naughty little novella, introducing new characters: Jackson, Holt, and Ava, with guest appearances by some of your favorites from Filthy Little Pretties. (As well as an Easter egg or two.).

This story was originally included in the Stories of September Anthology. It’s been enhanced with an epilogue and a sneak peek of vicious little snakes..

Dirty little Secrets does not need to be read to understand the series but may enhance your reading experience..

I don’t know if I was in a daze when I was reading this book at first, but can I just tell you how confused I was for the first half of this book. I have no idea why I was confused by the events, because after that realization hit me and I was like “ oh, oh, OOOHH, now I see what the author is doing here!” It suddenly all clicked into place. To say it took me by surprise is an understatement. This book was great! I loved Ava. I thought she was so relatable and super sweet. It was so steamy, sweet and dirty! I loved every second of it. This was an absolute must read from me. 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I received an eARC in exchange for an honest review!

About the Author:

Trilina is a USA TODAY Bestselling Author, who loves cupcakes and bourbon.

When she isn’t writing steamy stories, she can be found devouring Netflix and re-watching Hamilton for the millionth time with her husband, Anthony and their three kiddos.

Pucci’s journey into writing started impulsively. She wanted to check off a box on her bucket list, but what began as wish fulfillment has become incredibly fulfilling. Now she can’t see her life without her characters, her readers and this community.

She currently resides in California and refuses to ever leave.

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