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Monday, September 5, 2011
Analysis of Love (Reyes Romance, Book 5), by Fiona McGier
Sometimes in the world of investigative journalism you are required to do things you don’t agree with. That is the position Catalina Reyes has been put in and she is not a happy woman at all.
Catalina has always been in control of her life. Never wanting the white picket fence and the 2.5 children, she is happy being single. A consummate lover of men, she is a woman who knows what she wants and knows exactly how to get it. Unfortunately, she works for a devious tyrant of a man. Her boss has a score to settle and has no problems using Catalina’s looks and womanly wiles to achieve them. She is put in a no win situation. Take down the doctor or lose her job.
Dr. Evan Thompson is the one of the best looking men Catalina has ever set her eyes on. Tall, blond and a well sculpted body; he may just be the man for her. Problem is she has to discredit and destroy him, all while she can’t keep her mind off wanting to have him. She also respects him and believes in how he is helping people. He captivates her like no other man has ever done before.
Evan has a big problem and being blind is the least of his troubles. He is infatuated with his patient. Since the moment she walked into his office he knew there was something special about Catalina Reyes. His senses are well tuned instruments and they all screamed, "Sexy Trouble". He may not be able to see her, but he can feel the heat coming off her body, smell her alluring scent, and hear the lust in her voice. He is headed for a train wreck with no way to stop it.
The story had wonderful surprises and steamy love scenes. The situation was handled well and after a slight bump in the road, they handled themselves professionally. I enjoyed revisiting the family and was pleasantly surprised that so much time had passed since the last book. While the time span was quite large, I found it more believable then some series where the siblings / friends all fall in love, one right after the other. It was a very nice change of pace.
I have to admit I was a little weary about the subject matter of this book. It was sneaky, underhanded and deceitful. I was delightfully surprised on how Ms. McGier pulled off the storyline. Catalina had a very unsavory task ahead of her and was totally dismayed that she must complete the job, especially since she is immensely attracted to Evan. The surprises were well written and the heartbreak was poignant. Analysis of Love is another must read in the Reyes Family Romance series.
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