Overall I like this story. I was confused in the beginning when Morgana changed her name because there wasn’t any lead in to her new name. So the next scene made the whole event confusing to me because I wasn’t exactly sure who the “new” chick in the story was and why she was relevant. Payne is a horndog, not that Morgana is much better. She seemed to be way more emotionally mature than Payne was, which put this book in the same vein as “Fifty Shades of Gray” for me. No, this isn’t a BDSM romance. Stylistically though the books are written similarly as far as how the relationship grows and develops. That said there are differences. Lynx places comedy throughout that Fifty does not. Morgana’s love for cake is adorable as Payne is always saying, and the proposal was aww worthy. Some of the drama was too shallow, and didn’t tap far enough into the emotion side for my tastes. It didn’t ruin the book for me since it was understood that Payne was emotionally distant. I would like to see more connection in future books, and can’t wait to read the next in the series.
Check back on September 21st for a review of the second book in this series, “The Attraction File”