Secret Thoughts is the second book in the Victoria Wilde series, which follows the escapades, lusts, and loves of the gorgeous and sexy Victoria Wilde and her friends. The stories are connected but can be read on their own.
As Victoria's first monogamous relationship in more than two years falls apart, Jillian struggles to break the news to her son Rob of her secret romance with his best friend Brian Nash. Brian has his own issues introducing Jillian to his off-the-wall, super strict parents who don't even attempt to hide their contempt for the older woman they feel is corrupting their firstborn son. During the visit, Brian, Jillian and Brian's younger brother Jim, learn an eye-opening secret about the Nash parents. The discovery sends them all scurrying back to Miami where Victoria, who's in desperate need of a casual relationship, finds Brian's sexy, but innocent college senior brother to be just what the doctor ordered. But when Jim comes on a little too seriously, will Victoria lose her interest and return to her life of casual fun or will things get even more complicated? description taken from here.
I thought the book was the perfect mix of sexy and funny. The raw lust and sex scenes are still there, with just the added bonus of some comedy. I would laugh so hard at times and at others, just enthralled by the way Dalton writes his novels.
There is a good amount of the Jillian/Brian romance in the book, but the book also has more of Victoria, which is awesome, because I just love her character. Jim, Brian's younger brother, is a great character and Dalton created a great personality when he brought Jim into the book.
The plot was great and I didn't see the twist coming at the end of the book, which of course had me foaming at the mouth for the next book in the series to find out what happened next.
Secret Thoughts is the 2nd book in the Victoria Wilde series. You can read my review of the book in the series, Inappropriate Thoughts, here.
You can buy Secret Thoughts in ebook form here for $2.99
Heat Rating= Erotic
Until Next Time,
**I was sent a copy of the book in order to write a real and honest review. I was not paid to write this review. All opinions are my own.**