Secret Places of Love is a lovely golden peachy-pink shade. It doesn't really impart much colour to my lips rather it mutes them a little, creating the kind of nude effect that I'm comfortable with. Secret Places is more glittery than my other RBR glosses and is packed with lots of silver, iridescent shimmer.
I wondered how similar it was to the Flamenco Lip Gloss from my Flamenco Duende Decadent Duo. Looking at them side by side, I would say that Secret Places of Love is more pink toned whereas Flamenco has more of a beige undertone. Flamenco also has a more subtle shimmer.
The gloss glides on easily and feels quite nourishing. During the wear time it does become more sticky but not unpleasantly so. Their glosses do have a slight fragrance, I can't pin it down but it isn't the ubiquitous vanilla. The scent might actually be from the various botanicals that the formula contains.
I bought this for a very bargainous £4.50 from Ebay. I have a feeling the person selling off the contents of their Glossybox had no idea of the actual value. The Rouge Bunny Rouge Gleaming Temptations glosses are available from Zuneta and cost £20 each. Unfortunately, it looks like Secret Places of Love isn't in stock at the moment.