ALEX SIX | Vince Taplin
03.21.2020 | Self Published
Rating: 4/5 stars
Alexa and Francis were wealthy executives who had everything, except for kids. When Francis tragically passes away, Alexa is left pining for a child. Things change for her the day she meets Vick, who’s the perfect doppleganger for her late husband. Alexa convinces Vick to help make her dreams come true and starts to pay him for donations to produce a child. Vick believes he’s an honest man, but he hasn’t told his wife about this arrangement. Instead, he watches his marriage become more and more strained as he hides the cash he’s earning. Alexa is watching too. She’s watching everything Vick does.
Want to take a ride on the crazy train? Snag yourself a copy of ALEX SIX and brace yourself for one of the most absurdly addictive and out there books you’re going to try this year! You’re definitely going to need to suspend your belief and embrace some characters who are less than appealing, but once you find that groove, you’ll be sucked in for the long haul. It didn’t take me long to say WTF over this story and then never look back! I absolutely was intrigued from the first few pages!
Taplin has created what might be one of the most fun obsession/stalker thrillers I’ve recently read. My only complaint was that there were a few instances with weird phrasing that caught me off-guard, but overall the story flowed quite seamlessly. There’s also a weird image involving a bottle of vanilla extract I’ll never be able to scrub from my mind. Basically if you’re good with a raunchy, totally wild, and downright crazy story where you’re going to hate the characters, this is for you!
This book is available to buy from: Amazon
A huge thank you to Vince Taplin for my gifted copy!
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