Title: Forfeiting Decency
Series: Breaking Habits Series
Author: Rachel Schneider
Genre: New Adult/Suspense Standalone
“Sleeping with married men doesn’t bother me as much as not having a place to live does.”
Kaley Monroe lived a life of privilege until her father went to prison four years ago and all of her family’s assets were seized by the federal government. Fending for herself, she relied on what comes naturally to her—her beauty. Having sex for money isn’t glamorous or ideal, but it’s manageable. She doesn’t expect life to show her any mercy, and she won’t live in ignorance.
It’s not until Kip Foster is released from prison that her life starts to feel complicated. Somehow, Kip unearths desires in Kaley that she never knew she had. A desire to be more, to feel more, and…to be loved more. However, lies by omission are the most dangerous secrets, and they refuse to remain hidden.
Sometimes, easy isn’t always a choice.
You don’t need to read the first book in the series but I think it helps. I didn’t read book 1 and there were definitely some things I missed. And I didn’t have the backstory.
Kaley is an escort, trying to make money because her father was sent to prison and all his assets were frozen. So Kaley isn’t the priviledged princess she once was.
Kip has just been released from prison and is working on getting his life back together. He and Kaley have known each other for years (Kip’s sister is Kaley’s BFF) and there’s always been a spark, just now it’s grown into a 4-alarm fire.
This was a good book and a good read. It wasn’t an overly sweet romance but was definitely more suspenseful and I liked it!
Rachel Schneider is from a small town in South Louisiana. When she’s not replying sarcastically to her husband or trying to sneak in cuddles with her daughter, she’s writing about life, love, and things unexpected. But let’s be real…she’s probably on Facebook. Her debut novel, Taking Mine, is currently available on Amazon, and her second novel, Forfeiting Decency, releases November 4, 2016.