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    Didn't Want the Book to End

    Rating: 4 1/2 Stars Samantha Bennett is both elated and sad at the same time. You can almost feel her emotions coming off the page. Wade Evans should be happy with his life but circumstances have changed that. A valuable lesson is learned and one that will be interesting to see how Samantha handles it. Plus you will want to see how the men in her life handle the mystery and suspense. The author has created a character named Ty that left me wondering what his story is. I tried to find out if she’s going to give her readers more info on him but couldn’t find anything. This just means that we’ll have to keep reading her work in order to see what else she has in store for her characters. A reader who gets invested in the author’s characters is a good thing. This author knows how to surprise her readers and when the right moment occurs to add in some hot lovin’. But that lovin’ is not all that occurs in her stories. She creates scenes that grab the reader’s attention so that you have no choice but to get comfortable and continue reading. I can attest to that because I tried to read this book during my lunchtime and was almost late getting back to work. If you need a hot short read than make sure to put this at the top of your list. This is also a book that I would read again.
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    Flirting With the Devil

    Flirting With The Devil by Kym Roberts is a fast paced, suspenseful, second chance romance. For people with completely different backgrounds, when Sam and Wade met everything just clicked into place for both of them. When Sam's trust issues extend into their marriage, maybe they won't have their happily ever after after all... Separated, with every intention of divorcing Wade, Samantha heads off for some rest and relaxation in a castle owned by the two people who mean more to her than almost anyone. Trouble and men follow her though...can either of them keep her safe from danger? Can Sam keep her heart safe from Wade? Does she really want to? Samantha is a complex woman. She suffered a lot in her growing up years, and it's affected how she lives her life today. While I can understand this and feel for her, her lack of communication with Wade when she left their marriage was a little annoying. Wade didn't know why she left or what went wrong, but he waited too long for her to come back...and she didn't. Watching these two come together again was very endearing, and gave me a lot of hope for them. When the barriers come down and everything is out in the open there is a glimmer of hope for them as a couple. I grew to really like both of them in the span of this novella as I learned more about their relationship and outside impacts on it. I liked the suspense and all the unknowns that Kym has running through Flirting With The Devil. She really kept me guessing, and kept me surprised. I was totally unsuspecting! I liked how she wove the romance in with the suspense, making them both real to the plot. There are great secondary characters in Flirting With the Devil. Alana and Liam, who own Castle Alainn are a constant throughout the Noble Pass Affaire series, and I enjoy seeing them in this setting with such different plots. Ty's character was a little confusing for me, and I would have liked to understand more about him and certain events in Flirting With the Devil. The books in the Noble Pass Affaire series are all completely stand alones, and all are very enjoyable. I'd recommend Flirting With the Devil to any romance reader looking for a quick, well written novella.
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    Loved it!

    This was a great novella full of romance and suspense. It is one of the five "A Noble Pass Affaire" series. All five are stand-alone and can be read in any order. The characters were well written and the story flowed very smoothly. Samantha is a separated DA who is still very much in love with her husband but fears that he doesn't feel the same. Ty is her investigator and protector. Then there is Wade, her husband and the love of her life. After an attempt on her life after putting away a major crime boss, Samantha goes to Colorada alone. She isn't alone for long though because both Ty and Wade show up to protect her from another attempt on her life. Will Wade be able to help you see that they are meant to be together forever and protect her so that she has a forever or will Ty take that place in her life? I recommend this story to anyone who enjoys a fun, quick suspenseful romance. I was given an ARC for a honest review.
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    Smart

    "Flirting with the Devil" is an action packed crime solving investigation and marital romance novel proving that love and trust are seeds that need constant watering and care, and that sometimes loving someone means to go the extra mile and to let it go in a display of unselfish love. Truly a wonderful story that will take you through the self evaluation of the principal characters as well as your own relationship with your significant other. I fell in love with how all the characters love each other, as well as how deeply they suffered pain, loneliness, desolation, and fear. There is a character that will steal your heart for sure so I will tease that he will be getting his own book. This is the first book I've read by Mrs.Roberts and it has become the catalyst to make me go shopping for more of her books.
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    Great Read!!

    I loved this book!! The author did a great job of expressing the characters and their emotions. I fell in love with Samantha, Wade, and Ty. There was just enough action and mystery mixed with a equal measure of romance. It was refreshing to read a book about a married coulple who are facing struggles and possible divorce rather than the normal two people meet, someone tries to kill them, and they fall in love during the drama( I do love those too). You will not be disappointed with the purchase of this novella. It is money well spent.
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