I generally expect a lot from Megan Erickson, both on her own or when she collaborates with other authors, and this book didn’t disappoint. -Smut Matters
Overall, this was just an ok read for me. Fortunately it was a quick read, but I won’t be going on with the series, or going back to read the first one. Hardcore fans of Jayne Ann Krentz may enjoy, but I probably wouldn’t recommend it to anyone. -Smut Matters
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I do recommend this one, but I don’t think it’ll be for everyone. – Smut Matters
The descriptions of the food were amazing. I could smell them coming through my Kindle. I don’t think I’ve ever had Russian food, but this book had me wanting to seek out the nearest Russian restaurant and order everything. – Smut Matters
I liked Lizzy a lot more than I liked Mac. She was strong and resourceful, managing to keep herself hidden for months before Mac caught up with her. – Smut Matters
The sex was hot, the emotions were real, and I love watching two people who are determined not to fall in love fail spectacularly. – Smut Matters