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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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PS....if you're like me, when you read a great story you automatically want to read it again and when you do you always find something you missed and just smile. Oh yeah the sex was hot too!!!
The Beck boys have an over possessive mother and she can be a real pain when it comes to the women in their lives. Anne Beck needs to let go of her four adult sons and learn to become in reality the loving mother they need, not the over protective controlling one they suffer with. I loved how the boys found a way to redirect her destructive behavior.
Henry was almost too sweet but he still was strong when he needed to be and his sweet side just makes him more realistic because men have many sides when we get to know them as lovers...
Henry is in a plane crash and everything changes for them and they finally admit their feelings for each other. Henry's mother does not like Clair and tries to butt into their relationship.
I love Asher - he is absolutely hilarious and I love how Andria wrote this in 3 different POV's (Henry, Clair and Sebastian: Henry's brother).
This book has the right amount of humor, angst, sexiness and love to go around.
I first have to say that I am generally not one for love stories as the core of the book. I've always preferred the fantasy/paranormal genre. But lately I have found myself drawn to the paranormal love/romance genre, so I knew it would be log before I found my way to the romance/adult contemporary genre. Man have I been missing out.
Henry,Henry, Henry....oh my gosh, what a sexy, male lead. He's everything a woman wants in a man and more. He's hard and driven when needed, soft and tender when least expected, but most of all, he's just damn HOT!!!!! And then there's Clare. The one that shakes his world to the core. There's not much I can as this review will become one big spoiler!!
What I can say is that this book touches every basic human emotion. You'll laugh, gasp, cry and down right swoon. This is by far one of the best books I've read yet this year. If you haven't yet discovered the Beck Brothers, stop procrastinating and visit Henry right now. I'm off to visit Sebastian now. Ta!!
Claire is a single mother of a two year old. She lucks out and somehow gets a job being a personal assistant to whom she assumes is some old CEO type. She couldn't have been more wrong. Henry is sexy and intimidating and she can't help but crush on her boss.
Henry didn't need another relationship, his last one was bad enough, and he definitely did not need to be drooling over his new assistant. From day one he couldn't help but treat her differently than his previous assistants because she was different and he found himself caring if he hurt her feelings. She was adorable and sweet and he just couldn't control himself or his emotions when it came to her.
What neither could have expected was a surprise drop in that led to Henry bonding with an adorable two year old. After that it was pretty impossible to ignore the feelings each was developing, even if because of their working arrangement could have been disastrous. But after a terrifying accident Henry and Claire's bond will grow and nothing will be able to tear apart something so strong.
Henry is a fairly quick and fun read. It jumps forward through the book, but only in small bursts of time so you don't feel like you missed too much. I do like how Sebastian is introduced personally through the story so that you feel like you already know him and makes it so you can't wait to read his story next.
My Favorite Moment: I loved how Claire not only defended Henry to his mother, but also had no problem stepping in to help save Sebastian when he needed it too. It takes a strong woman to stand up to a bully of a man's mother.
My Favorite Laughable Moment: After Claire's date, or rather in the middle of her date, when she runs into Henry…the rest of that evening had me feeling bad for Henry and Sebastian, but also laughing so hard at their reactions. It was hilariously perfect.
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