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Publisher Description

Jake Callahan has a problem, and the only people who can fix it are the guys with Pierce Securities. Except Jake needs a woman. Miriam Bartoli will happily play the part of a sexy woman to get what the client needs, especially since playing mom to an office full of alpha males and recent surgery has wreaked havoc on her femininity. Can she fight her attraction with the target long enough to get what the client needs? Or will this case of mistaken identity and clicking with the wrong man be the end of her?

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2015
November 2
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
201
Pages
PUBLISHER
Anne Conley
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
562.7
Kb

Customer Reviews

Aedriftboy ,

Good!

Good quick read, definite not what you would expect. Unexpected Twists and turns and the characters weren’t alwAys saved. Couldn’t put it down, hope you read, good author alert!!

PelicanFreak ,

Fun, fast read!

Cover: Professionally done, relevant. Fits with the rest of the series.

Editing/Proofing: Cannot say since I have an ARC, however what I’ve read of Conley’s has all been well-edited.

Formatting:
Gorgeous as always – love that she uses ebook builders consistently because I know it’ll be easy on the eyes.

Plot/ Reading Experience:
Finally! As a follower of this series, Miriam has increasingly become and remained a mystery so I’m ecstatic that Click is finally here and I get to figure out what her deal is.

When the book opens, I am hooked- even more so than its predecessors and it’s exciting. This one stars out with a dramatic, action-y, potentially violent scene unlike the others and I love it! It goes on to bring the reader through all kinds of scandal, romantic drama, messed-up-drug-dealer-drama, personal drama – awesome! I love me some drama.

Conley does a great job with continuity and keeping the characters' consistent with what we've seen so far. This is a really fun series to be hooked into - the dynamic of the security agency, its clients and employees alike is never dull and their cases remain suspenseful.

I like how this one addressed some real, relatable issues - I feel this was very well done.
Highly recommend the whole series.

*I received an ARC of this book for free in exchange for my honest review.

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