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No mystery to this cheeky read
Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2019
Plot: Sydney is a chef running from her past and has accepted a job on a ranch with two brothers when she unknowingly finds herself looking through the window of a very definite lifestyle club. Fascinated, she watches until she is caught by none other than one of the guys she is suppose to work for.
What I liked: The author gave the heroine something to think about besides the hunky cowboy. Best of all Sydney had no sense of direction and when her GPS wasn't working it was hard telling where she would wonder off to. That put her into some interesting and humorous situations. I like Caden's character ignoring Sydney's ploys to interest him in her. Almost like one would swat and errant puppy with a newspaper.
With the sex club, her trying to seduce Caden, and tryig to hide from anyone and everyone, and then hoping to be found when she gets lost, there manages to be a story told.
What I didn't like: The characters were not well filled out. The so called mystery plot was lame. Sydney had to be very immature to think that one small family drama was going to do her grandmother in. Yet the writer chose to make the reader think it was all connected to some deep underworld dealings. It was the only area in which Sydney reverts to childish thinking. She really didn't have anything to worry about. Most often her thoughts were concise and well thought out. That part of it was a flop!!
Sex: elements of BDSM but not hard core. Some explicit sex scenes, but not on every page leaving room for a story.
If you want a fast fun read that isn't insta love by both parties, this story will fit. Will it be one to keep or read over and over? No.