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The h is Daniel's sister Naomi from the last book. She is a computer genius known as the emperor and she is also on the Asperger's end of the spectrum. I was concerned about this, but I think that the authors have been very deliberate about every trait that Naomi displays. I don't know any female adult with Asperger's well so I'm not sure if Naomi is a true representation and I'm sure some artistic license must be taken. I quite like Naomi, she is funny and honest and well out of her comfort zone. It is fascinating to read her thought processes. This romance could have a disaster for this book but it turns out to be surprisingly sweet!
The Vassily the H is an emotionally stunted hit man with complex issues from years of abuse at the hands of his Bratva family. I adore him and I would claim him for my own if he was so perfect with Naomi. Their attraction to each other is fascinating, two damaged souls finding what they need in each other. I really love when these cold killers unleash their love and passion on their women, it is why I am obsessed with this series. They are like little boys with their possessiveness and neediness.
The action and the storyline outside of the romance was really interesting. A visit into the murky underworld and the structure of the Russian mob. It seemed well researched and had me googling a few times to find out more.
I am now hanging out for the next one! Well done to the authors for another great story in an enjoyable series!
Vasily is a killer. He's moved through the ranks and is now on a quest to find and return a painting that was stolen years prior. He's sucked into Naomi's web and begins feeling things for her he's never felt before. He tries to fight it. Knows he's not the right man for her. But the pull between these two lost souls in too strong. He also hates to be touched, yet the feel of Naomi's hands on him brings him pleasure for the first time in his life.
During their search, killers are after them and Vasily is determined to keep Naomi safe. He wants the painting not only for the leadership he desires, but also to keep his sister safe. But of course it's not an easy task. Someone else wants it as well.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and loved reading about all of Naomi's quirks and phobias. She'd say the strangest things in the middle of something and just melt Vasily's heart in the process.
Great book told from dual POVs with one of those endings we romantics love.
Finished Last Kiss in one sitting- wow! It can be read alone (but is part of a series) and doesn't end in an annoying cliff hanger. This series is very different than a typical romance novel. If you have read any of Jen Frederick's prior books, you know her characters almost always have some unusual twist. The heroine in Last Kiss has Aspergers Syndrome; it was truly fasinating reading her narrative. I loved how the authors were able to humanize Naomi into being so much more than her diagonisis. Last Kiss draws you in and you feel compelled to keep reading (even if you have a college assignment you really really need to finish!). Naomi and Vasily's story is a page turner to be sure, but also a very fun book to read. One of my favorite parts is when Naomi's brother Daniel makes a cameo- in typical Naomi fashion there is a bit of over sharing- you can almost feel Daniel squirming!
Without giving too much away ( I HATE that in reviews!) this books is about how two people overcome their limited social skills to find happiness- yup I had that feel good feeling after reading it. (even if my term paper is going to suffer!)
"For people who do not like to touch, we seem to be bothered more when we are not connected." What a beautiful, suspenseful story. I love his devotion, to everything really. I feel like she is still finding out about herself, challenging herself and Vasily brings that out. She was written well and I loved her a chapter in. Great story, really can't wait to do a thorough reread and can't wait for Mendoza's story. I mean if it just keeps getting better....
"I rather like that idea- building up an immunity to one person's microorganisms by constant contact."