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Evangeline Andrews is quiet and unassuming, or at least she hopes that's how people see her. Fleeing her life in New Jersey to hide in Dublin, the last thing she needs are her secrets following her across the Atlantic. And what's the best way to keep a secret? Keep your mouth shut.
Life is one big game for online-gaming genius Julian Harte, and he plays to win every time. Becoming a self-made millionaire before his 30th birthday, Julian's office is his playground, and he sets the rules. Julian hasn't lost a round yet and he's used to getting everything he wants. He wants Evangeline. But she doesn't want to play.
Meet the Irish Alpha with a rule book as thick as his accent.
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this book was interesting and had some twists and turns I like how Eva is trying to find herself. I also enjoy how Julian tries to let her inner Beast out. the narrator was good both of them this book was mostly read by a female I thought she did a really well job. the only thing I did not like about this book was that the characters with sometimes put themselves in the third person which I really didn't care for this is a cliffhanger and I just noticed there are two more series books with it.
A little lost
This story jumps around a lot and I felt a bit lost as to what was happening because it would jump from one scenario to another on the spur of the moment. The male performer is really super good and I think if the perspective would have been told more by the male it would have been a 5 star. I never take the time to review books but hopefully the author will take his in consideration and make the next book a five star cause she has the potential. It was very hot and steamy, but it took me a moment to catch up with what was going on in the story. I wish it would have been written differently and I do recommend it because it kept me interested trying to figure out the story in general. It's a cliffhanger, not a big one but it's there.