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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

5/5 Review: Seduction in Session, by Shayla Black and Lexi Blake

Privileged, wealthy, and wild: they are the Perfect Gentlemen of Creighton Academy. But the threat of a scandal has one of them employing his most deceptive—and seductive—talents…
Recruited into the CIA at a young age, Connor Sparks knows how dirty the world can be. Only when he’s with his friends can he find some peace. So when an anonymous journalist threatens one of the Perfect Gentlemen, Connor vows to take down the person behind the computer, by whatever means necessary—even if it means posing as his target’s bodyguard.

Publishing a tabloid revealing Washington’s most subversive scandals has earned Lara Armstrong the ire of the political scene—and a slew of death threats.  To keep herself from ending up a headline, Lara hires a bodyguard, a man as handsome as he is lethal.

When the bullets start to fly, Lara is surprised to find herself in Connor’s arms. But as they begin to unravel a mystery that just might bring down the White House, Lara is devastated when she discovers Connor’s true identity—and finds herself at the mercy of forces who will stop at nothing to advance their deadly agenda.


Holy hell can these women write an intriguing and sexual book! This is the first time I've read a book written by the pair and I wasn't let down! I've read Shayla before, but am completely new to Lexi, so I wasn't sure what I was walking into. This book kept my interest from page one! It's the 2nd books in their new series,  but you don't have to read the first to understand this one, it flows very well, and they add the important details from the first book so you're not lost (I'm definitely going to be reading the first one now!) 

Connors character intrigued me, he wasn't the normal buff macho guy, don't get me wrong, he's definitely one sexy alpha male! But he has a tragic background and more of a sensitive soul and heart then even he wants to admit,  so I really enjoyed reading about Lara bringing that out in him. 

Lara is far from your normal character, such a complete opposite of myself that at first I worried that I wouldn't be able to relate to her, but she's so genuine that you can't help but root for her. (And when her dog makes his appearance I completely laughed out loud - we both have a feisty little Chihuahua!)

Their romance is not an easy one, and they have a long road to the end, but it's worth it. And I surprisingly loved reading about such powerful political characters! I strongly suggest this book!

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