She Tells All – Judah Lee Davis

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“After finding a pair of magic stilettos that transform her into the ultimate hot goddess, Madison Miller is certain she will get lucky tonight. But in her quest to find the ultimate hottie, she finds something so unexpected.

Now, as she takes a good, hard look at her life, she relives the past that transformed her into a vainglory vixen and realizes an important lesson about why she should NEVER sleep with strangers.”

I bought this eBook because I had read some good reviews for it and seeing as it was only 77p on Amazon I couldn’t resist!

This book made a great first impression because I was laughing out loud at the very first paragraph, the laughs continued throughout and there were also sad moments related to some pretty serious subjects. However, after a great start I’m sorry to say that I didn’t feel like I ever fully settled into this book like I usually do when I’m reading.

Madison was visiting her friend in Germany and while she was there she began to remember her past and what had brought her to that point in her life. Discovering the details of Madison’s past made me look at her in a different light, I felt that it explained a lot about her character even though sometimes there was something quite disturbing about her behaviour. Her disastrous liaisons with the opposite sex was entertaining but at times worrying, particularly when she so willingly put herself at risk – this was tough to read.

After the tour of her past Madison received some bad news that I knew would make a big impact on her life. The ending came soon after and it felt a little unfinished to me, I would’ve liked the story to have gone further – this is when I found out that there was a sequel, the next book is called Every Woman’s Hero and it continues Madison’s story.

She Tells All contained quite a few sexual scenes and strong language so if you are likely to be offended by this then it probably isn’t for you.

This was a fast-paced book with lots of laughs, it didn’t quite hit the mark with me but I’m sure it would for many others.

To find out more about Judah Lee Davis visit her blog here.