Book Review: The White Room by C.M. Albert

What’s the story?

“What we do behind closed doors reveals the naked truth of who we really are.”

Welcome to the White Room . . . The rules are simple:
No real names.
No commitment.
Two hours.

They’re put into place to protect us—exclusive clients lucky enough to afford the cost of playing. But everyone knows: some rules are made to be broken.

When hearts and bodies collide, even the best intentions slip away . . . exposing the true reasons why we seek the room in the first place.

Will the White Room set you free? Step inside and find yourself.

Review:

The White Room is a really sexy version of Love, Actually. What I love the most about this book is that the characters that we read about in each chapter are somehow connected. The White Room brings them all together in a hot and steamy way. It is a quick read. I read at least fifty percent of this book on the plane ride to Mexico for vacation. My favorite character was Avaline. The only drawback for me was that I wanted to know the couples better in the end. I wanted there to be separate books or something that I could read to further my enjoyment.

This book is definitely one you should pick up if you want something fun and fast to read.

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