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    Action Packed Romantic Supense

    Fisher Braun -- British spy Zach Allen - American spy Location -- various hideouts in and around London Mr. and Mr. Smith is a good, action packed romance. Zack is an undercover CIA agent working on bringing down a terrorist organization that kidnaps people and auctions them off to the highest bidder. Fisher is a British spy with many enemies and he is on the auction list. Zach and Fisher have hooked up, but Fisher doesn’t tell Zack he is a spy. Zach doesn’t tell Fisher he was targeted because he is a spy. We get their back story, how they met, how they got together and why Zack intervenes to help Fisher and Nathan, who is with Fisher when he is kidnapped. Zack, Fisher & Company take on the bad guys. Lots of bullets are expended. Lots of blood is shed. This book does not suffer from a lack of action. Action both in and out of the bedroom. I had one problem, though. I had trouble keeping Zack and Fisher straight in my head. I found myself reading along thinking, who is talking in this scene? Am I sure this is the person I thought it was? My confusion affected my reading speed. I liked the romance and the interaction between everyone on the team. I want Nathan (from Fisher’s team) and Helena (Zach’s CIA handler) to get an HEA. Or maybe Nathan/Helena/Brighton? The heros of next book are Hunter, a German spy and Will, who for the moment appears to be one of the bad guys. There is much work to be done to bring down the terrorist organization. Intrigue Level -- 4 Stars Heat Level -- 5 Stars (The Good Kind Of Heat) Total -- 4 stars
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    Good read

    I am really at a lose as to how to review this one without giving too much of the story away. This book starts out fast and furious and really doesn't let up. Fisher and Zach are very interesting characters and I could feel the chemistry between these two BUT considering they are both suppose to be highly trained intelligence officers, I found their behavior childish at times throughout the story. Overall the book is about trust, betrayal, and survival and these two will have to forget about the betrayal and learn to trust each other if they want to survive. Overall it was a good read I just would have tweaked the characters a bit. I would definitely recommend it though.
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    Who you know

    Fisher and Zach have had a good thing going. So good, Fisher moved him in with him. Then one night he finds out he really does not know Zach at all. The truth could kill him. Both men work in covert business, but Zach has enemies that Fisher never knew of. Fisher finds himself in danger and Zach right along with him. Can they make it out alive? Heart pumping action, with heart pumping heat. Has an fast pace and a good story. This book will keep you on your toes! I could not put it down as it was a complete page turner. ***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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    A thrilling and suspenseful story – I loved it!

    Mr. and Mr. Smith is the first book I’ve read by Ms. Dimon and boy what an introduction to her writing! OK, I have to admit that the first chapter kind of confused me but I’m so glad that I kept reading. It had been a while since I read the story synopsis (I highly recommend you read it even if you usually skip them). I knew this was an M/M story but I really wasn’t getting how the story started out. So…after a couple of pages I went back and read the synopsis and then it all made sense. What I had forgotten was that this book was described on NetGalley as edgy and thrilling, about two men who can handle any threat. What I find strange is that Amazon’s Best Sellers Rank doesn’t show anywhere that it’s a suspense or thriller but boy it sure is! I don’t think I’ve ever read such an edgy, suspenseful M/M story. I guess I tend to read ones that are more about friends becoming lovers; maybe I need to change that. This book had me on the edge of my seat for nearly the entire story. The plot is complex and the writing style kept me captivated from beginning to end. I did not want to put this book down until I finished it! Fisher and Zach are both CIA operatives but Fisher doesn’t know that Zach is CIA and he also doesn’t know that Zach knows he is. OK, I know that may read a little confusing but trust me the story is not confusing – it’s fantastic. If you read M/M stories because they’re hot, don’t be alarmed; this one won’t disappoint you there either. Fisher is the strong, broody type and doesn’t want to admit what he feels for Zach – especially after he feels betrayed by him – but he just can’t seem to keep away. Zach knows that Fisher is his soul-mate but he’s not sure how he will overcome the hatred and mistrust Fisher has for him because of the choices his job forced on him. This book is supposed to be the start of a new series but it standalones with no cliffhanger and I couldn’t find a name for the series. There are several interesting secondary characters so perhaps there will be other stories coming about some of them. ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my review. Review will be posted to Xtreme-Delusions dot com on or soon after release date.
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    Good Plot Potential, but Lacked Spark & Dimension.

    ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ FOUR-STAR ✩ REVIEW ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ ⭐ ⭐ Provided by Netgalley in Exchange for an Honest Review ⭐ ⭐ Judging a Book by it's Cover: Two men dressed in business-type attire, black and white tone. Title font is bold, author's name is almost obscured. The title catches the eye, the synopsis piques the interest. Looking Deeper: Third-person POV. While the story begins in the midst of a situation, hinting to an adrenaline-rich and action-packed thrill ride waiting to be read, it left me feeling like I'd missed some key and crucial information somewhere, so far as to checking if this book was not a later installment to a series as opposed to a series starter as the synopsis implies. Two men meet in a bar, neither are who they appear to be. While the story moves along at a solid pace and the writing is smooth, it's consumed with espionage and the cat-and-mouse spy games best described as a Spy Thriller with only SOME Gay Romance content. Both men are strong, well-developed characters, but even at the halfway mark, it was still difficult to feel any connection to either man or in the men together as an involved couple. Even though it was touted, often, that the sex was great, it had an emotional disconnect. The secondary characters helped to support the plot without being too invasive. Dialogue is strong, interaction felt natural. By the end of the book, I was still left feeling as though Zach and Fisher had more of a workplace bond than a romantic connection, there was no tangible spark between them. The plot was interesting and had so much potential, but if fell a little flat for me. There was a lack of depth, dynamics and dimension that I look forward to in suspenseful romances that is really did not have. There were many conflicts, presented from several external sources as well as those that were self-imposed. A number of the issues were addressed and resolved, a HEA was implied, but there was just enough of an opening for the series to continue onward with the storyline without containing a full-on cliffhanger. Predictability was low and there were no real surprises to liven things up. Overall: the writing was good and the plot had a lot of potential, but the romantic element did not ring true and the experience fell just a bit flat. I'd still recommend it to fans of Espionage / Spy Romances, but it was not a category I favored. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rating: [R] ~ Score: 3.9 ~ Stars: 4 -------------------------------------------------------------------------
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