That Killer Smile by Juliet Lyons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This book was such a fun and addictive read! After books leading up to the explosive realization of the relationship between Cat and Ronin, this definitely delivered.
While we weren’t in the room with Cat and Ronin when they had their elicit one-night-stand, we definitely watched the repercussions. Cat tried her best to hide behind her snarky demeanor, determined to avoid falling for the womanizing bastard. Ronin, on the other hand, is just trying to keep his head above water. He was irrevocably changed by his time with Cat and has found he no longer enjoys the things that used to occupy every waking moment. Now, it seems, Cat is the only thing that gives him any sort of excitement or joy.
Cat has been surrounding herself with work in an effort to get Ronin out of her head. A blatant cry for attention, however, ends up propelling them together. The sexual chemistry is out of control from the start, as we should have expected. They go from yelling to moaning in a few pages and it was glorious! These two are now my favorite couple of the series, especially because you can watch them develop and grow into something almost unrecognizable from the beginning. I really hope we get more from the characters in this world because each book is better than the last.
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