Review: Honesty (A Dirty Affliction Novel Book 1), by Regina Frame Reply

5 out of 5 Stars

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I loved this book. This book is an emotional roller coaster with the two main characters. Linc is addicted to Drugs, Drink, and Dams. Honesty wants to live her life on her own terms. Could these two come together and change each other for the better? You will have to read this book to find out. If you like rock romance this is the book for you. I look forward to the next book in this series. I highly recommend this book.

Reviewed by Epiphany


Linc McKay, the bass guitarist for Dirty Affliction, is addicted to the fame and everything that comes with it. He loves the drugs, the alcohol, and the women. Especially the women. He lives by the motto “You can never have too much of a good thing.” That is, until one mistake threatens to destroy his career.

After years of living life according to others’ expectations, Honesty Raines finally decides to live life on her terms. She quits college and hits the road with her brother’s band, living the life she’s always dreamed. Hesitant to bring Honesty along, her brother agrees under one condition: stay away from the sexy bass player. However, that’s just not something she is willing to do.

About The Author:

My name is Regina Frame, and I live in Alabama with my husband and 2 dogs. I worked for twenty years in the medical field as an office manager. I fell in love with reading after picking up, Fifty Shades of Grey, and I haven’t stopped reading since. I started out as a beta reader for other authors, and then decided to try it myself. I couldn’t stop now, even if I wanted to. I love to write! I love the challenge of bringing characters to life, and love it even more when I hear how they have touched my fans.
When I’m not at the computer, you’ll find me reading with a dog in my lap. I donate a portion of every book sale to local animal shelters or the ASPCA.






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