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The Lady Vanishes (The Billionaire Tricksters of Boston) Kindle Edition
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I really liked this book! There are a lot of books about billionaires, but they all are a lot like each other. Rich and brooding men who are very intense and serious, often with a dark past, and they almost always fall for the shy girl. The Lady Vanishes is different. Milton Shaw is different. Aside from him not being broody and not being a jerk, he was funny, a magician and gave off a mischievous aura. I loved the fact that magic was a big part of this book. I've never read about it in any book that wasn't paranormal. Authors usually don't think it's manly enough and kind of makes the hero more of a dork. A few days ago, I would've probably agreed, but now that I've read The Lady Vanishes and met Milton, I think it's very hawt.
Even though he is very rich and has a business to take care of, Milton preforms magic tricks for sich children at a hospital, where he meets doctor Ragina Burke, a woman he can't get out of his head and one who doesn't want anything to do with him.
This book didn't take long to take off. From the first chapter where Milton and Regina meet, their attraction to each other and the sexual tension between was very much present. I loved how things just kept progressing from there, never taking long for something new to happen and develop. There was never a boring moment, and with the constant battle of wills between the two MCs, I was often left hot and bothered and waiting for more from them both. Regina doesn't want anything dangerous, she wants something comfortable and safe, even if it's boring and Milton is none of these things. He brings out the wild side in her that she'd buried years ago and never let out, but no matter how hard she tries, he manages to get under her skin.
I absolutely enjoyed this book and I never thought magic and magicians could be so hot and sexy, but Milton is very naughty and he made me blush several times. He knew just how to turn things from steamy to scorching in a matter of seconds. And he didn't hesitate to use that fact. The man is stubborn and can't be deterred once he wants something, and he always goes after it with everything he has.
This is one book nobody wants to miss. It's new, it's unique and it's so steamy and hot you'll need a fan.
While time may not have succeeded in completely healing the wounds of their respective pasts, it has given them the drive, fire and ingenuity needed to craft brilliant futures. His as a magician, philanthropist, and owner of a billion dollar software conglomerate. Hers as a respected children's oncologist.
When Milton, or in this case, The Amazing Shaw, finds himself face to face with the snark and fire of the beautiful doctor; while performing for the young patients of Boston Children's Hospital. It is quite clear from the start, that if given half the chance...these two can and will make spectacular magic of the sensual sort.
That is if he can manage to heal the good doctor's heart of the hurts she has suffered in her ever present past.
Authoress, Nicole Camden, takes readers on an emotionally sensual journey in this her first offering of the Billionaire Tricksters of Boston series.
With both Milton and his leading lady, Regina, struggling to make something good from their unfortunate pasts. They succeed in grabbing reader hearts right away. When you add their easy banter and mind-blowing chemistry into the mix...the result is nothing less than utterly readable.
Topping the list of the many things that this story does right, is the fact that these two otherwise cautious people are allowed to act on impulse when it comes to their baser desires. There is no initial denial of attraction to have to work through, before the erotic fun is allowed to begin.
Further sweetening this already delectably tantalizing pot of story craft, is the allure and wonder of magic and the comic relief provided by a colorful supporting cast.
The care taken to make Regina and Milton whole characters, with lives, interests, and meaningful interactions outside of each other and the bedroom, is apparent from page one. In fact, half the fun of the read is finding out how the two manage to fit their new 'relationship' into their already full lives.
Not to worry though, it seems that scheduling time for 'relating' is not a problem for these two. The erotic scenes found in this tale are relayed with such vivid description, that readers experience each smoldering glance, searing caress, and earth-shattering orgasm on a visceral level.
In short, if you are a reader who like a little cute with your kink, a lot of story with your seduction, and some gorgeous geek with your freak; The Lady Vanishes, is the book that will make any doubts that you have about erotic and/or literary satisfaction DISAPPEAR!
Throughout the book my imagination was entertained with the details of magic, a woman doctor and hot sexy scenes. The amazing details invite you to keep reading. Every girl wants to be swept off of her feet and many have the same protective wall as Regina. Regina is a character that is easy for many women to relate. Regina has to make decisions on a daily basis about her relationship with Milton. She is often choosing between being happy or strong. I felt the need to keep reading and secretly cheering her on as the story developed.
I loved how the author used current societal trends including FaceBook and favicons. It is a modern part of society that is rarely part of romance novels. I can’t wait to continue getting to know the characters in the book and am looking forward to books two and three.
If you like erotic romance, this book is fantastic you won’t be able to put it down.
** I was given a copy to read in exchange for an honest review.**