One little lie, one huge grudge, and one picture-perfect plan for revenge…
Blackmailed into a prom date by the cute but geeky Dexter Black twelve years ago, Maya Werner shocked herself by having a good time. For a strong-willed, hot-tempered artist who’s used to having the upper hand, that’s never sat well with her.
At weekly wine night with her friends, Maya finds herself pledging to get revenge on the men who’ve done her wrong—starting with Dex. Except the Marine Corps transformed the nerd into a hot, sexy guy with the audacity to blackmail her again. This time into a few dates.
Dex is back in town with one goal in mind: to win the girl of his dreams. But he knows how she operates. His strategy? Keep her off balance by running hot and cold until she melts into the passion between them.
When a misunderstanding stokes old hurts, Maya backs away when she should stand her ground. But Dex has a contingency plan: pour on the charm with both barrels, until he has his own form of revenge—loving Maya, forever.
Warning: Blackmailing a stubborn, hot-tempered artist into bed, and an ex-Marine who has a penchant for taking pictures. Yeah, those kinds of pictures.
From Served Cold, I liked Maya and I LOVED Dexter. Dexter is not above using any means necessary to get time with Maya. He holds all the cards and is more than happy to manipulate them to spend time with her.
As is her forte, Ms Harte gives a heady tale full of back story where Dex has been in love with Maya for years and is not going to throw his chance away. Maya barely knew he existed but now that he’s weaving his way into her life, she’s well aware of him.
Just when I thought Ms Harte couldn’t write a sexier scene than she did with Ana and Jack’s salad making skills in book one Served Cold, she pulls out the big guns of the art studio between these two. HOT!
It wouldn’t be fitting for the series to not have a dramatic element, miscommunication and self-doubt leads to the tension and Maya running for the hills. I would really like to see Selena’s story and why she is the way she is. I can’t wait to read Riley’s story and the success of Harte’s winning formula continues.
I was kindly provided with a free copy of this book from the author to provide an honest review. Receiving this book for free did not influence my opinion nor review.
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