in this erotic novella, fallon carteris finally has a chance to be with bad boy billionaires devon mcmillan and morgan presley. she's known them her whole life. and she knows they like to share their ladies. after some time away from the bayfront area where they grew up, she's devoted some serious time into becoming the woman of their dreams.
what she doesn't know is that something has come between devon and morgan, something so taboo they can't bring themselves to spend any time together, retreating to opposite coasts and ignoring their original bayfront property. they're only in town because they've received an offer too hard to refuse, and they need to talk about it. but the name of this book is confession, and you know they need to reveal all their secrets before things get all better.
the short format makes quick work of explaining the back story, even though we don't get the full details of what happened that one night in seattle until after the midway point, the secret isn't too terribly surprising. fallon proves to be the balm in healing devon and morgan's friendship, as well as their mutual object of desire.
this is a quick, steamy read. the short format means that you don't get a whole lot of time with these character's and their back stories, but the author does what she can to fill in the gaps. there's barely enough plot here for a novella, and that's totally okay, and the sex scenes are really well done.
**confession will publish on february 7, 2017. i received an advance reader copy courtesy of netgalley/st. martin's press (swerve) in exchange for my honest review.