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The suspense and romance part were well balanced and entertaining. The story line was well elaborated and besides the main storyline offered a sub-plot that added to the suspense. Although it was quite obvious who the villain(s) was/were, the plot never really faltered.
The parts were Hell interacted with Georgia was interesting and realistically depicted. A difficult superior/subordinate relationship in the working environment, which the author described authentically enough, including all the bickering, which had me more than once nodding in agreement. I also could very well relate to how stunned Hell was at how others, especially Georgia, perceived him in his role as supervisor vs private person. The romance between them the was well done, mainly the daily bits and pieces were Hell realized that Georgia had a private life. (Thank you for referring to tedious chores around the house as well as the "horrible female morning routine" of straightening the hair to be presentable for work. )
Generally a well written and entertaining book.
Overall, it was a very interesting story. This novel actually helped me in terms of how I want to format my next story. It would be interesting to see who would play who it made the transition to a film.