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Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Review by Wendy ♥ Mogul by Katy Evans

 A Review by Wendy

 3.5 Best Taxi Ride Ever Stars
* * * 1/2
 Spoiler Free 
When I was much younger...I moved to NYC, had a "career type job" and learned about Lust, Men and that Look...Yeah, you know the one, the one where you meet someone and you both click in the moment. You see what is ahead... and no, it isn't insta- love... it is this lustful connection and you just want to be devoured.

Well, I have to say, Katy Evans captures that moment perfectly in the beginning of Mogul. These two characters pick up on the vibe they are having and then a game of risk is played in a shared cab... with each one thinking they have the upper hand...The Sexy Suit knows something the young ingenue does not, so when she makes her come on thinking she will get him hot and bothered and then leave him wanting ... she is stunned when her game is called.

All of this plays out so well, it gets a woo hoo from me in how sexy, raw and hot it is... and it does its trick... It gets you totally immersed into the book.

I will say the rest of the the story is good, continues to be sexy and has quite a bit of angsty drama for the couple. There are excellent references to secondary characters and there is the thread of concern for Mr. Sexy to get all his ducks lined up in a row, so to speak.

All positive for a story I would say felt young for me. Not the Mr. Sexy Workaholic but our gal as the scrappy, stubborn and independent did. I think it could be a Me Thing and not a book thing. Evans knows her craft and she has proven it time and time again. So don't think this is not an endorsement for the book. I know most will connect and enjoy. 

A gifted copy was provided by Author /publisher for an honest review.

Katy Evans is a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author. Her debut REAL shot to the top of the bestselling lists in 2013 and since then 10 of her titles have been New York Times bestsellers. Her books have been translated into nearly a dozen languages across the world.

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