Wednesday, 15 July 2015

ARC Review ~ Masquerading with the CEO by Dawn Chartier

Masquerading with the CEOeARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

Release Date: July 21st 2015

Publisher: Entangled Publishing

After catching her fiancĂ© cheating on their wedding day, interior designer Kylie Edwards swore off high-powered men. But before she can drown herself in wedding cake, she’s dragged to a Vegas romance conference by her friends. At least she’ll be able to meet the hotel’s owner and pitch her new design idea. And maybe attend the elaborate masquerade ball, where business unexpectedly becomes pleasure with the hotel’s oh-so-hot head of security.

Jake Royale's no security guy—he owns the hotel and casino. The masquerade ball gives him the perfect opportunity to drop his high-profile identity and blend in. To be seen as a man, not his money. But when one hot night with Kylie becomes more, Jake knows he’s screwed. Not only will his fake identity cost him the design that will catapult his casino back to the top, it might just cost him the one thing money can't buy...

My Opinion

I really enjoyed this read. It was short and hot, but also had a lot in it. After reading another book in the Vegas series and being disappointed, I was wary about reading another. However, this was a great little read I couldn't put down.

The main thing I liked about Masquerading With The CEO was it was written well. Even though it was a short story the author some how managed to suck me into her world. It felt like I was there with the characters and there was a surprising amount of depth. Sure, background weren't delved into greatly, but there was enough to understand Jake and Kylie's motives for what they were doing.

Another thing that surprised me was how well I grew to like Jake and Kylie. There was a lot of chemistry between them for such a short time period, yet it was believable. You wanted them to get their HEA. Besides that, other scenes between them were just incredibly hot.

The only downside is I do wish it had been longer because I was enjoying it so much.

Overall a great short read. I liked the author's style so I will more than likely check out her other works.


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