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    From fun and sexy banter to soul-searching conversations Addi and Logan's relations has always been filled with high emotions and edgy attraction and when they finally give into the fires burning inside them, the scenes are scorching hot and immensely sensual. Addi and Logan both have lived their recent years doing their best to honor the memory of Addi's father. They both have their own ideas of what this means, thus keeping them apart in their personal lives. I loved the spark between them, there were these jitters coming off of them every time they are close to each other, or even thinking of each other, that created addictive energy around them. They both present a tough as nails exterior when inside they have insecurities, hurt, regrets, and turmoil of feelings they don't know what to do about. To be able to be in each other's lives they have to find an equal footing to live on, a balanced foundation based on trust, honesty, and respect. The stalker Addi has added another dimension to the story, giving Logan the chance to be close to Addi, and for them to open up to each other, with the kind of raw honesty, about their personal lives and feelings that they have avoided before. Fun, lusciously exciting and intensely seductive characters fumbling with their emotions and deep feelings, scenes that go from steaming hot to threatening​ and menacing with deadly danger. I enjoyed the story, the characters, and their journey, that while filled with heat and passion, also had loving, tender, and caring moments that stole my breath away. ~ Four Spoon with a teaspoon on the side
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    Heat up your winter

    Addison Cobalt and Logan Dane inherited Addison’s father security company when the latter died. In spite of Addi and Logan being equal partners, Logan is perceived as the boss, because he deals with security, while Addi deals mostly with the paperwork and management. They’re both control freaks, and the situation doesn’t sit well with Addi, who is thinking of branching out. As a retreat for the company employees is set to start on the Monday at her cottage, Addi is thinking of heading out on the Friday for a weekend of peace and quiet. But she has received a threatening email that she showed to Rhys, the company’s IT specialist, who in turns spills the beans to Logan. Addi is livid, Logan is furious that she would take the matter so cavalierly, and on her way to her cottage, Addi understands why Logan was worried. He rushes to her rescue, but they will be alone for the weekend. Addi has always had a crush on Logan, they spent a night together 2 years before, but nothing came out of it, except that Logan will let something happen to Addi over his dead body… MR. DANGEROUSLY SEXY is heavier on the romance than I expected; after the previous book, I thought it would be more suspenseful, and it was a bit of a disappointment to the suspense-lover in me. Logan is exceedingly overprotective (yes, this is deliberate on my part), to the point of scaring away Addi’s dates. It’s a bit of “if I can’t have her, no one else will”. I am not too partial to that type of behaviour, and I must admit that I didn’t really like Logan that much, but at least Addi also did resent his overprotectiveness. On the other hand, this made way to very interesting reflections on what love is, as well as understanding why Logan behave the way he did. As always, Ms. London’s prose is flawless and smooth, the bickering between Addi and Logan, as well as the flirtatious teasing, was well done, and the sex scenes sizzled. MR. DANGEROUSLY SEXY is a gently suspenseful read that will heat up a cold winter day. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.

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