The Perfect Revenge by Lutishia Lovely

The Perfect Revenge by Lutishia Lovely

The Perfect Revenge by Lutishia Lovely

After a nightmarish two years, Nathan Carver thinks he can relax. His sister, Sherri, and her husband, Randall, are once again enjoying life and time with their family. Then they get bad news. Jacqueline Tate, the woman who’s been a walking, talking tornado of trouble in all of their lives has been released from prison. They decide to take reasonable precautions and let God take care of the rest. But Jacqueline hasn’t changed one bit, and she has plans of her own…

“I’m not talking about just now. I’m wondering about the other woman you slept with recently. Did you practice safe sex with her?” Even though it was true, her comment made him defensive. “What makes you assume I’ve been with someone?” Dev’s voice remained calm and casual. “It’s not an assumption. I asked the question because of the fresh bite mark I saw while giving you pleasure. I know you work out and you might be quite limber, but even the best contortionist would be hard-pressed to bite his own ass.”

This book was messy with a capital M. Actually, it was a little too messy for my taste. As one can tell from the above passage, there is cheating and confrontation but this is the tip of the iceberg of the shock and awe moments. This is the third book in the Shady Sisters trilogy and it definitely goes out with a bang! And, while this is part of a series I honestly don’t think the previous books need to be read to figure out what is going on.

Jacqueline is a one of a kind character and she is quite memorable. Her sole focus is seeking revenge against those that she feels have wronged her. There isn’t anything that she won’t do and she doesn’t care about anyone except herself. Her antics lead to a fun and entertaining book.

And while the book was fun, the use of aliases by characters were hard to follow, distracting and at times annoying. While Jacqueline is a fictional character, sadly there are many people in real life that are truly obsessed with revenge and that isn’t a laughing matter. The Perfect Revenge is a nice distraction for a few hours especially if you’re into the ID channel.

DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of The Perfect Revenge in exchange for an honest review.



  1. Chile, maybe I need to start this book. But I just finished an explosive read ‘The Ultimate Betrayal.’

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