By Claire Bijou
Andriano was used to getting whatever or whomever he wanted, and she was no exception. Although he was engaged to marry another woman, he couldn’t fathom the idea of letting her go. Immediately drawn to her, Andriano’s world is turned upside down, and suddenly his obligations became a blurry vision the moment he started to fall for her. She was only supposed to be a temporary sexual fling, which was guaranteed to end after he grew bored. But he never got bored…
Simone worked hard to earn a full scholarship to attend the prestigious university in New York City in order to escape the life she had. Despite the many warnings to stay clear of the sexy Andriano Balducci, Simone took a chance and found love. As things unraveled, and pieces of the puzzle came together, Simone realized that she didn’t really know the gentleman with whom she had fallen in love.
Dipping into sin is a must-read for the readers out there who loves a good plot and an awesome cliffhanger. Despite the many problems that came to Simone way, with the help of her grandmother, she was able to become a very strong person capable of pursuing her dreams. Andriano was never the same after losing what he had wanted the most—a love story between a mafia of Italian descent and a beautiful ebony queen from the south. As their love unravels, so does the secret.
I purchased this book on my kindle amazon apps and the moment I started reading it, I couldn’t put my phone down. I believe I read the whole book in a matter of three hours. Yes, I am a fast reader. Once I had reached the end with a major cliffhanger, I went on my knees and screamed at the top of my lungs: no!
People thought I had gone mad. Yes, I had gone mad. Have you ever been into a book and the moment the tension is mounting just when you swipe the page and, boom the end. Yes, it will make you crazy. So in my state of euphoria, I searched for the author. Thank God, a link to her Facebook page was written at the end of the book. Without delay, I wrote her and she did answer and assured me that the second part of the book is coming out this august. Hooray!
This book raises the interracial debate. It is fun to read and enough to make you cry a little. I certainly can’t wait for part 2. Trust me you wouldn’t want to either.
Note: Claire Bijou is a writer and poetess. She lives and works in suburban Port-au-Prince. Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/csmsmagazine