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    4,5***

    I fell for Rhys and Wren from the start, while they were trying to navigate through the lustful haze they were in for each other. The story started with such an enthralling way, it was easy to immerse in it, and get lost in the deceit and abuse involved with the art gallery, not to mention the sensual and ardent doting Rhys and Wren were involved in. They were steaming hot, so enamored with each other, it was adorable and charming. Of course, there was more to them, and to their relationship than the physical attraction. But the secrets Wren was holding was about to change everything and put any possibility of any kind of future together in peril. Both Rhys and Wren are honest, kind-hearted, caring people. They both have had their hurts and trials in the past, and are careful whom they trust, and to whom they open up to, share their secrets with. Both of them have their quirks, that in my opinion made them even more lovable, but it seemed not everyone agreed. It bothered me a bit how everyone, even her closest friends, was so adamant to say Wren never thought what she did, was impulsive, and hasty, when she was actually just trying to help them, take care of their problems. Yes, maybe she didn't use the best methods, but she did have a heart of gold. It wasn't a major issue to me, but it came up frequently, and I wanted to stand up for her and defend her. Yes, that is how emotionally involved I got with the tale. The mystery at the gallery, the abuse, the connection with Rhys to it all, it was done well, it was intense, and big part of the plot. The way the different layers of that drama was peeled off, one by one, gave a kick to the story, spiced it up. There's a lot of food and cooking involved in the story as Wren and Rhys get to know each other, and a scene with chocolate that is delicious, if I may say so. A delightfully sensual story with characters that were likable and easy to relate to, mixed with elements of menace and peril and deceit in the art world, are the makings of an engaging and lively story ~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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    Loved this Book!!!

    A Dangerously Sexy Secret by Stefanie London....As always Stefanie gives us a wonderful fun, sexy, hot story with great characters. I enjoyed watching Rhys and Wren's stories unfold. Stefanie London is my of my favorite go to authors. You will not want to miss the book, so make sure you read this one. I was given a complimentary book for an honest review.
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    A fabulous series, another excellent book!

    Wren Livingston went through a bad break-up 6 months ago, and she is still skittish when it comes to dating. The fact that she got a bad rap in her home town of Charity Springs doesn’t help either. Wren is an artist, her friend Kylie had obtained an internship in an art gallery for which they were both competing, Kylie got the job, but she returned to Charity Springs, Wren knew something was wrong, but Kylie refused to talk about it. Shortly after, Wren got a call from Sean Ainslie, the owner, who asked her if she still wanted the internship. Wren jumped on the occasion to enquire about what had made Kylie flee, and she moved to New York. Wren also has a perfectly delectable neighbour, the man in apartment 401, to whom she has barely spoken. Rhys Glover, an IT specialist in Cobalt and Dane, a security company, has also noticed his gorgeous neighbour. He is too busy to date, but when an occasion presents itself, he doesn’t miss his chance to get better acquainted with Wren. And what an unforgettable first “date” it is! Rhys is not even a serial one-night-stand type; how refreshing! Rhys and Wren are true opposites: he’s all about order and numbers, she’s a bohemian and an artist, and I hadn’t seen such delightful, light, flirtatious banter in a good while. Both Rhys and Wren are genuinely charming and candid; the attraction is palpable, and it was such a joy to watch them get to know each other. I got an impression of real people, nothing felt fake; it was such a joy! In spite of the electricity that sizzles and crackles, their chemistry is joyful, playful, respectful, and just plain wonderful! I just loved A DANGEROUSLY SEXY SECRET so much! Everything was just so perfect! Ms. London has an impeccable sense of timing, knows precisely where to start, where to stop, when to put in the element of suspense. Rhys and Wren have such a happy connection, it was so nice for a change: no big personal issues or drama, no existential crises, although Rhys has a troubling and fascinating backstory. Not everything flows smoothly in their lives, but it’s not due to melodrama, but because of the suspense element. And I loved how Ms. London flawlessly weaves the danger parts of the story into the romance, or is it the other way around? A DANGEROUSLY SEXY SECRET is the very definition of romantic suspense: just the right amount of everything at the right time: a couple with real chemistry, and a great suspense story, which builds up slowly until you begin to really fear that something dreadful is going to happen . Rhys and Wren are a perfectly charming couple, the sparks fly so bright, we can almost feel them. Ms. London’s writing is so effortless, fluid and easy, with an understated elegance and simplicity that suit the characters to a tee, and the dialogues are easy and natural. A DANGEROUSLY SEXY SECRET feels like listening one of those classic songs by Marvin Gaye or Aretha Franklin: sensuous, smooth, filled with emotions, with a touch of melancholy, lots of passion, and all very close to your heart. A DANGEROUSLY SEXY SECRET is utterly delightful, lovely, oozing with genuine charm; do not miss the latest instalment of this fabulous series! I I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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    Steamy hot connection!

    The latest from Stefanie London is a super fun read filled with sexy characters, steaming hot chemistry and a laugh-out-loud feisty connection between the two! Rhys Glover is a very detail-orientated, controlled sort of man. He likes everything done just so, enjoys things organized and thinks he's only done a good job in life if everything is done correctly and within the rules. Wren Livingston is a free-spirit. She's impulsive and quick to jump and do for others no matter what the cost is to herself. She doesn't mind living by the seat of her pants, and homey clutter is her comfort zone. These two are almost polar opposites, but when the new neighbors keep running across each other in and around their apartment building, the chemistry is unreal! Deciding to have a friends (or more!) neighborly connection just might work out for them, but when Rhys's security job brings him full circle to Wren's door, will the dangerous secrets she's hiding be the end of their budding relationship?
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