The Secret Lives of Emma : Unmasked

The Secret Lives of Emma Unmasked The continuing adventures of Emma Benson The third book in an erotic series that taps into our deepest sexual fantasiesEmma Benson was unlikely ever to be your average housewife But she never meant an

  • Title: The Secret Lives of Emma : Unmasked
  • Author: Natasha Walker
  • ISBN: 9780857980434
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback
  • The continuing adventures of Emma Benson The third book in an erotic series that taps into our deepest sexual fantasiesEmma Benson was unlikely ever to be your average housewife But she never meant any of this to happenFor temptation is all around her, and now her life has hit a crossroads Can she possibly stay married to David, a man who will never understand herThe continuing adventures of Emma Benson The third book in an erotic series that taps into our deepest sexual fantasiesEmma Benson was unlikely ever to be your average housewife But she never meant any of this to happenFor temptation is all around her, and now her life has hit a crossroads Can she possibly stay married to David, a man who will never understand her boundless erotic desires And would he ever forgive her if she told him the truth With her marriage teetering on the brink of ruin, she has two options fight or flight.Choosing the latter, at least for the time being, she trades Sydney for the burning heat of the Italian coast But then a handsome, exotic stranger enters the scene and Emma must make her decision Fast.

    One thought on “The Secret Lives of Emma : Unmasked”

    1. What a horrible ending to this series. I was actually beginning to like Emma in this book and really thought she might have grown up a bit and in realising that she really did love David that she may have settled down with him. I did not like David at all in the second book but by the end of this book I actually felt sorry for him. I can't believe he held back with his jealousy of seeing Emma with all those other men just so she could get what she wanted which was in the end just to be able to h [...]

    2. cheating is something that I really cannot tolerate, but for some reason Emma's indiscretions throughout these books don't seem to worry me. I think because from the very beginning we knew who Emma was & how she lived her life, unfortunately she just never shared this information with her Husband.I loved this book & the journeys that both Emma & David took to reunite. Thankfully David was able to become the partner Emma needed to live her life happily without losing herself as she pr [...]

    3. That was full-on Emma! Extreme Emma! Debauched Emma! Everything Emma - AND some! Up & down - pardon the pun, but I had mixed feelings about the whole overwhelming conclusion. It left the door open for so much more of Emmawell done John Purcell aka Natasha Walker.Ps. Can I say, it WILL push your boundaries.

    4. About time. I have anticipated the release of this book. At the end of book 2 I was very put off by the turn of events with David setting up Sally in an apartment, just like the normal boring everyday people having affairs. I thought that Emma had a direction in life, that Sally understood. Then for Sally to do the suburban shack up with her best friends husband secretly with hopes he would leave Emma for her, argh.Thankyou Natasha for giving this free spirit this ultimate fantasy. Emma was & [...]

    5. I really enjoyed this third book in the Secret Lives of Emma series. Unmasked is a terrific read that brings the previous novels to a satisfying conclusion, while still leaving open the possibility of more books in the Emma series.As the book begins, Emma’s attempt to bring her husband David into her erotically adventurous world has backfired. David has secretly set up Emma’s best friend Sally as his mistress, turning Emma’s plans to broaden their erotic horizons into sordid and convention [...]

    6. You know I don't normally read this genre at all but Natasha knows how to tell a damn good story. I really hope it's not the last one, I love reading about Emma, a character who is completely the polar opposite of myself. She's a fabulous story teller. Will pass it on for sure!

    7. AWESOME! Ending was not what I expected. Natasha Walker writes brilliantly, unravelling to her readers bit-by-bit who Emma is - was hook, addicted and enamoured from book 2, loved book 3.

    8. Wow! I loved this book the best, I guess because I got a better understanding of what Emma was all about. I didn't like the first 2 books as much because deep down, I couldn't handle the infidelity and lying. But now, I am happy for the ending they both have. Good luck to them :))

    9. I liked this book. It was better than the 1st one inregards to the relationships Emma has with her husband and best friend. I'm keen to see how it all pans out.

    10. the secret lives of emma finally not so secret. Lol. I don't know much of this author. came across the series by chance and gave them a whirl. book 3, this book, is the best of the lot. I'm thinking the author is new and getting her writing legs? I'm not sure, I'm guessing and not taken the time to research her. this boom feels like it has the right depth, interest, curiosity to keep you interested. It's much more than just sex. It's much more than the previous 2 books for sure! The writing impr [...]

    11. The first 2 books in this series I raced through in a few hours each, this book however took me about a week to finish because it was much slower paced than the others. It also featured far less sex and general excitement which is a shame, I will say this though, it's the most well written of the 3 novels. It was a nice ending to the story of Emma, I would've liked it to be a little sexier but oh well. Emma is definitely one of my favourite literary bad girls and I will always remember this seri [...]

    12. Natasha Walker is the pseudonym of John Purcell, and The Secret Life of Emma is a hugely successful series of erotic novels about free-spirited Emma and her sensual adventures. The series encompasses three books – Beginnings, Distractions and Unmasked – and I read the third. Emma has fled her life as a suburban banker’s wife in Mosman and headed to Italy to try and discover what it is she really wants. She meets a young Italian artist and begins a steamy affair, while her husband David fol [...]

    13. It's official Natasha Walker has talent and can set a erotic scene like no other.This is the last book in the series. I started reading this one ages ago in paperback and put it down for some months. It is possibly hard unless you have read the first two but I guess I was a bit 'over' the whole thing. Even picking it up again today I skimmed bits as the style of the story did not hold my interest and I put this down to being done with it all. In saying that it is quite clever and as mentioned sh [...]

    14. A little bit of a let down after the first two books. Seemed to have a completely different voice and left me thinking I was reading a different author. Disappointing as I quite liked the first two books.

    15. This three book set was definately different Some unexpected twists and turns. Some parts of the story i just didn't like, others were great. So overall it was a good read. Alot of sex and some unrealistic moments.

    16. Really just another erotic bonkfest just for the sake of it, which is how these books are, thought the ending was unrealistic, the author tried to make it romantic but it wasn't!

    17. Not as good as the others, but still a case of having to keep reading to find out what happens! Lucky I was sick and could spend the day in bed and finish it! :)

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