May 24, 2016

Book Review: Mr. and Mr. Smith




Secrets and seduction make for an explosive combination in HelenKay Dimon’s edgy, thrilling new series, which kicks off with a novel about two men who can handle any threat—except the one posed by desire.
 
Fisher Braun knows how to keep a secret. As a covert paramilitary operative, his job—and his life—depends on it. He’s at the top of his game, ready for action and always in control. No enemy has ever brought him to his knees, but one lover has: Zachary Allen, the man currently sharing his bed. The perfect package of brains and brawn, Zach is someone worth coming home to, and Fisher hates keeping him in the dark about what he does. But the lies keep Zach safe. Until the day Fisher loses everything. . . .

Zachary Allen is no innocent civilian. Although he plays the tech geek, in reality he’s deep undercover for the CIA. In a horrible twist of fate, the criminal enterprise he’s infiltrated has set its sights on the man whose touch drives him wild. Zach would do anything for Fisher—except blow his own cover. Now, in order to save him, Zach must betray him first. And he needs Fisher to trust him with all his heart if they want to make it out alive.


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This book starts out with a bang.  Literally.  It's not until Fisher's home is invaded and fired that he learns that Zach might be more then the innocent computer tech he thinks that he is.

MR. AND MR. SMITH kept me engrossed from the very first.  Both Zach and Fisher are interesting characters that are well developed to the point that I wanted to shake some sense into Fisher's head.  He is always so strong and won't admit that feelings have invaded his relationship.  Zach is definitely the more sensitive of the two.  The team that Fisher works with, Nathan and Seth, are also quite the characters and help the story along.  

If you are looking for a book with a lot of action, hot gay sex, and romance then MR. AND MR. SMITH.  I do recommend this to my readers with the warning that this book isn't for all ages.  There is a lot of violence and explicit nontraditional sexuality. 

*** I received this book at no charge from NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.  All opinions expressed within are my own.

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