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  • Intriguing, playful, sensual.

    Art and romance are a powerful combo that I never cease to crave. Just like this author's stories. A little bit of mystery, the luxurious world of antiques and treasures, and a dashing tortured hero to unravel a woman’s heart. What a setting! London, sins of the flesh, historical antiques, greedy passion for art. Marvellous. I couldn't resist the excitement of a mischievous first encounter between Eleanor and Becker, as cheeky as it was titillating. It reminded me of old films starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn. I really loved the sneaky, sophisticated mystique of the hero's den, where all the magic happens. It is a place imbued with Beauty and the Beast ambiance, but with a hectic dose of jealousy, passion and provocative chemistry. I wish I could have that kind of job, surrounding myself with picturesque secondary characters, priceless objects and an infuriating man capable of reducing a woman to sighs and moans in his presence. The passion games they played were fun, yet I wasn't prepared for the sheer intensity of their lovemaking. My goodness, that was a human earthquake! Hold on for your dear lives. The relationship between Eleanor and Becker is stormy to say the least. It may start playful and sometimes derail into childish tantrum, but it rises like a tidal wave of reckless, potent, sweaty rapture. I loved his debonair control and her defiance, the rush of adrenaline of the auctions and the multilayered secrecy behind the Hunt name. I think this tale could be labelled as romcom with a dash of cloak-and-dagger art mystery. Luxurious art, bitter rivalries, the thrills of passion filled with ecstasy and emotional turmoil. I could have done without some 'dears' from a certain character, but the rest of the cast's appearances were enchanting, even the archenemy's. And the final chapters are a veritable eruption of volcanic eroticism and one twist that left me firebreathing questions. What on earth is going on with this Becker Hunt? Next book better be answering right ;-)

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  • Outstanding

    5 Star Review Artful Lies (Hunt Legacy Duology #1)by Jodi Ellen Malpas Wow, where do I start? From start to finish I was riveted to Eleanor and Becker’s story and was frustrated when real life kept getting in my way. Be prepared, Artful Lies ends on one heck of a cliff hanger and I cannot wait to read the conclusion to their story. I have been looking forward to reading this new book by Ms. Malpas ever since she announced it. Artful Lies is well written and so descriptive that I found myself wanting to revisit London as soon as I can. The characters were well rounded, strong and at times the situations they find themselves in dangerous and I found myself on the edge of my seat at times. Eleanor Cole is my kind of woman, she is sassy, feisty and not afraid to stand up for who or what she believes in. Despite not getting off to a spectacular start, the sparks quickly fly between them, even though Eleanor knows that she needs to focus on her new job and not the boss who she is wildly attracted too. Becker is arrogant, at times a tad immature, but there is something about him that draws me to him like I haven't been in a long time. There is so much more to Jodi Ellen Malpas’s characters, they are flawed, human and not afraid to show their vulnerability and it is here that Ms.Malpas weaves her magic. There are so many layers to this story, it reminded me of an onion, being peeled away one layer at a time. I laughed, I cried, I worried, I sighed but through it all I was absolutely riveted to the story and the secrets and mysteries that surround Becker and Eleanor.

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  • Meeslepende passie

    Zoals Jodi's trouwe lezers gewend zijn, is ook dit boek weer een schot in de roos. Meer woorden zijn hier simpelweg niet nodig. Ik kijk al uit naar Wicked Truths.

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