Title: The Naked Truth
Publisher: Carina Press
Pub Date: 13 June 2011
Author: Cain, Lilly
‘The Naked Truth’ by Lilly Cain is not only highly sensual and sexy, but it’s highly captivating and emotional. The plot is rather complex, but it’s not complex enough to put me off. The book was beautifully written and I could relate myself to the main character and I feel for her.
I understand how it feels like to be accused of something you did not do and how frustrating it gets when people believe in beautifully crafted lies as well as sugarcoated words instead of truth.
Very nice book to read. My only complain is that it is too short and I couldn’t get enough. The pace is fast and definitely a keeper. I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. I received an ARC of this book from Carina Press via Netgalley. I was not compensated in any ways for writing this review.
Captain Susan Branscombe was the victim of brutal torture at the hands of terrorists. Though rescued, she’s now facing an equally brutal accusation: treason.
The only way she can prove her innocence is to allow Asler Kiis, a Confederacy Examiner, to delve into the depths of her mind. Asler is Inarri, the alien race that made contact with Earth just months before. His duty is to find the truth, but when he explores Susan’s mind he can’t resist drawing her into a more intimate experience.
Susan takes comfort in Asler’s heated sensuality. Their erotic sensory exploration chases away the darkness and her body aches for more. But as their desire reaches new limits Susan finds it difficult to suppress the memories she is desperate to forget.
Is the passion they share enough to let Susan push aside her fear and trust Asler, not only with her mind and body but with her ever-opening heart?