Series: Ian and Kate
Published by CreateSpace on August 25, 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, New Adult
When Kate Watts abandoned her law career to open a food pantry in Northeast Minneapolis, she never dreamed it would be this difficult. Facing the heartbreaking prospect of turning hungry people away, she is grateful for the anonymous donations that begin appearing at the end of each month. Determined to identify and thank her secret benefactor, she launches a plan and catches Ian —a charismatic hacker with a Robin Hood complex—in the act. Ian intrigues Kate in a way no man ever has. But after learning he’s snooped around on her personal computer, she demands retribution. Impressed with her tolerance and captivated by her spirit, he complies and begins to slowly charm his way past her defenses. Time spent with Ian is never boring, and Kate soon finds herself falling for the mysterious hacker. But Ian has enemies and they’re growing restless. In the hacking world, exploiting a target’s weakness is paramount, and no price is too high to stop an attack. And when Kate learns exactly how much Ian has paid, she’ll discover just how strong her love is for the man who has hacked his way into her heart.
In Oyster Shell – This a book I was greatly anticipating and was not disappointed, great story, intricate details, and a story you’ll want to continue.
The Pearls – The story was especially alluring to me because I am married to a software engineer. So I’m married to a high-tech guy. So I have my own hack romance going on. (Though my husband is not a hacker) After this read, I am going to pretend! I really liked the story.
The romance was spectacular. I loved that Ian was the driving force of their relationship. I loved that he showered her with gifts, and that they interacted really well together. It’s one of my favorite romantic relationships since Bella and Edward. I can’t wait to follow them into the next book.
I really like how the author painted in details that made the story very real to me. It feel’s like I was in Kat or Ian’s apartment, or the food pantry. Details make all the difference from a good book to a great book. This author is deservedly a best-seller.
The Sand – The sex scenes were nice and steamy, not too explicit, but not family friendly either. I recommend this for a more mature audience.