Featuring realistic characters who are easy to care for, this is an entertaining read with a scorching romance that will leave readers breathless. While the love triangle aspect does become a little tedious at times and drags down the pacing, the overall dynamic between the characters is quite compelling. This especially holds true as they slowly help one another heal, leading to a satisfying end.

Considered a disappointment by her privileged family, Libby Prentiss has spent years trying to get out from under her father’s control. She’s used to dodging his spies, so when she stumbles upon the most amateur of them yet, she quickly ensnares Reese Nolan into being a double agent. She feels an immense draw to him that she cannot fight, despite his very cold nature. To help reel him in, Libby forms a friendship with his much more hot-blooded brother, Colin, but she gets more than she bargained for when she finds herself torn between the two. (SAMHAIN, Nov., 304 pp., $16.00)
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KT Clapsadl