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Lexi Dubois is in the Caymans on business when she uncovers a human trafficking scheme in which she has been unwittingly complicit. Rather than protecting herself, she decides to try to bring down her boss and his criminal organization.
She enlists the help of shady charter boat captain Larry Gibbons, who we first met in Riptide. After I finished reading that book, I said the jury was still out on Larry. Having finished reading Duplicity, my mind's made up.
Larry Gibbons is a hot heroic leading man, just the thing Lexi needs in her life. This is a great read with thrilling suspense and hot bedroom action. I can't wait for the next one!
The deal is made, fireworks go off and both of them dive into a hot and heavy relationship not knowing where it’s headed. This was a delightfully fun, suspenseful and romantic read with an HEA that doesn’t disappoint. The author does a great job of creating a sense of place so reading it was a fun island escape!
Lexi walks in on her boss on the island of Grand Cayman and finds that he keeps and mistreats slaves. To cut a long story short, she needs to lie low for a week and for that she needs help. She charters a boat and finds herself alone with a tough and sexy man, who warns her that he doesn't play fair.
Easton is a master at portraying chemistry with a bite, i.e. characters that bite into each other and drive each other mad in more than one way. With narratives that show both perspectives it is easy to enjoy this well written romance. The suspense is masterfully done, too with the usual sense of adventure of the Wanderlust series.