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Book Review The Attraction Equation

36406869The Attraction Equation

(Love Undercover #2)

by Kadie Scott (Goodreads Author)
 4.13  ·   Rating details ·  104 Ratings  ·  59 Reviews

FBI agent Max Carter lives his life by a strict set of rules—rules that don’t allow for distraction, deviation…or a relationship. But tell that to his matchmaking mama. To avoid yet another set-up, he announces he has a girlfriend. And now has to produce said girlfriend at Christmas dinner. Maybe Santa has a suitable actress in that red bag of his…

Gina Castillo is about to break her building’s iron-clad “no pets” policy to give her little brother the perfect Christmas gift—a dog. Too bad Max, the most inconveniently sexy tenant in the building, catches her red handed. Gina expects to be evicted, but instead finds herself blackmailed into playing the role of his girlfriend.

Two lies plus one dog should equal a hot mess of a holiday, but attraction and Christmas magic might just defy the rules…

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I loved this book!  It was a lot of fun to read.

Gina is subletting her best friend’s apartment till she returns from Paris.  One day she is caught by the handsome and sexy neighbor, sneaking a puppy out of the building.  The puppy she adopted for her brother as a Christmas gift.  The same puppy that her best friends apartment building does not allow.

Max is in a bind, his family keeps trying to fix him up.  Thanksgiving alone had three single females in attendance to be his perfect mate.  So what does he do?  He lies and tells his mother that he is dating someone.  Well that back fired.  She insist on him bringing his new girlfriend to Christmas.  Damn!!  Now what.  When Max catches a stranger coming out of his neighbors apartment, he sees a way out of his predicament.  So he blackmails Gina into being his fake girlfriend.

As Christmas nears and they spend more time together he notices the changes that keep happening because of Gina and he is leery.  No one has ever been able to deal with his controlling nature.  This scares the crap out of him.

Gina notices odd things about Max.  He is a control freak.  He has no color in his life and he has to do everything the same way every day.  She believes that he has OCD and it has gone untreated for years.  He walks around and fixes things to match his thoughts of straight.  Everything has to point to a certain angle, he drinks coffee certain times of the day, wakes up at the same time every day and no one stays at his place.  Can she fit into his life?  Can he handle her chaos?

This book was so good.  I am loving this Undercover Series.  Each book is can be read as a standalone.  I love the characters and the geek charm these books have.  I love the snarkiness of the characters and geeky jokes.  They make such an entertaining read.  Plus who doesn’t want to read about FBI guys that are freaking hot!!

This book is funny, sweet and hot as hell.  I can’t wait to see if Kadie puts out another book in this series.  I am so hooked.  Maybe the new guy Brandon will be next.

5 star

Kadie ScottAward-winning contemporary romance author, Kadie Scott, grew up consuming books and exploring the world through her writing. She attempted to find a practical career related to her favorite pastime by earning a degree in English Rhetoric (Technical Writing). However, she swiftly discovered that writing without imagination is not nearly as fun as writing with it.

No matter the genre, she loves to write witty, feisty heroines, sexy heroes who deserve them, and a cast of lovable characters to surround them (and maybe get their own stories). She currently resides in Austin, Texas, with her own personal hero, her husband, and their two children, who are growing up way too fast.

Kadie also writes award-winning paranormal romance under the name Abigail Owen.

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