I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by J.T. Geissinger
Released: March 26th 2019
Series: Dangerous Beauty #1
Published by Montlake Romance
“The easy going friendship that formed into a romance between Naz and Eve, the funny banters, and the light suspense and action was everything I needed.” ~ Under the Covers
Former Special Ops Naz, was hired to spy on a Russian’s wife, Eve. Weeks on end of keeping track and staying away from her, Naz has no choice but to intervene when she is gets in trouble. One thing leads to another and they become fast friends, of course, much more in the end. Being that Eve is connected to the MOB, things get pretty crazy in Naz and Eve’s story.
As always, Geissinger did not disappoint. I enjoyed every bit of this book. The easy going friendship that formed into a romance between Naz and Eve, the funny banters, and the light suspense and action was everything I needed. The cameos of characters from Wicked Games series was a good plus. They made this book even more fun having to know them from before, but rest assure that the focus did not stray from the H/h of the story.
Geisinger is an auto-read for me so, without reading the blurb, I just dove in. If you don’t already know, this book is part one of a three-part series and with that said, you can expect that there is no HEA in this book. There is a little cliffhanger at the end, but you get the gist of where the author is taking the story, so it’s not too bad. You will however will want to read more. Rest assure, the next book Dangerous Desire is schedule to release August twentieth of this year and Dangerous Games will release shortly after in January 2020.
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