That said, the lead characters were easy to connect with: the hero has a strong personality but isn't your typical billionaire's son aka the 50 Shades trope (of note, there are no BDSM elements). Heroine is goal oriented, but compassionate and modest.
The cliffhanger ending for Volume One of this serial caused me to blink, although it was certainly unexpected and I'm invested enough to see where the author takes Chloe and Max' relationship next.
As a side note, the author clearly identifies she writes New Adult Romance on her website but while the ages of Chloe and Max put them right on the cusp of the millennial demographic, the other attributes associated with NA, aren't in the picture. So, I had trouble reconciling this story as fitting the NA genre. While I know it's nit-picky and not particular to Indiscretion, to my mind it reads as a Contemporary Romance and sometimes I feel like the lines are blurring between these genres.