Wednesday, April 5, 2017

ARC Review: Masquerading with the Billionaire by Alexia Adams


When the masks come off, the game gets real.

World-renowned jewelry designer Remington Wolfe is competing for the commission of a lifetime and someone is trying to destroy his company from the inside. He’s in for more than one surprise when his unexpected rescuer turns out to be a sexy computer specialist with a sharp tongue and even sharper mind.

Kat Smith is a cyber-security expert and master of disguise. So being assigned to masquerade as Wolfe’s girlfriend while she uncovers who slipped malicious code into his corporation’s computer systems is no problem. But when Kat’s past catches up to her and their fake relationship starts to feel a little too real, problems are all she seems to have.

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

5 out of 5 stars

Masquerading with the Billionaire was the first book I have read by Alexia Adams, but it definitely won't be my last. This book was an absolutely amazing read and while it has been some months since I first read it in January the love story that sparked between Remington and Kat is still one that I can remember in detail because it was that amazing and memorable. I loved this book so much! Kat was one of those heroines who is so feisty and overall awesome despite suffering some horrible things in her past. And Remington was the perfect alpha male and I loved him so much. He was the perfect person to both challenge and love Kat. Their relationship was everything! I loved that from the very beginning that everything was complicated because of Kat's past and the commission that Remington was trying to attain, but that is what made this story so fun and entertaining. And of course all the complications led to an extremely satisfying ending that left me with a big goofy smile on my face because it was so perfect for these two. Overall, I found that this book was absolutely wonderful. I loved it so much and I can't wait to read some more books by this author in the future!

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