The Anatomy of Cheating by Nesly Clerge

Book: The anatomy of cheating

Author: Nesly Clerge

My rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️.5/ 5



The anatomy of cheating was about infidelities, where infidelities lead us to and how many lives it can ruin or change. Chelsea has caught Garret cheating on him twice and she hasn’t been able to forgive/forget his mistakes ever since. Chelsea looks for comfort elsewhere, which she finds in an Author named Luke Thompson. Luke Thompson himself is married twice because he was caught cheating in his first. Soon Chelsea and Luke “fell in love” and decide to take the next step so they can be with each other forever. Chelsea has a easy, perfect plan in her mind. Catch Garret in the act, and blame him for the divorce; but that’s where the story takes a turn.



Every character has different story line. There were too many characters that I got confused at first. But the book grasps it really good and explains how important each character is.


The book was filled with mixed genres- drama/romance/murder mystery – which woudld keep any reader on edge till the end; with its plot twists the book becomes more and more interesting. However, I felt think they tried really hard to fit a bad guy in the story towards the end but the character they chose was too good to be a villain. (Spoiler alert) I honestly think they could have easily made Penelope the villain instead of Luke. He being the bad guy was just too hard to digest! I personally loved his character.

Would definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes romance with a lot drama and a pinch of mystery in it.


This book was sent to me for review by @curiouserediting 🌸

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