Hott Synopsis:

Love is blind.

It must be – how else could Trig not know that Lena has been in love with him forever? She’s spent her life tagging along behind him and her brother trying not to think about the wonderful things his hands could do – if only he didn’t see her like a sister.

Obviously love is blind – how else could Lena not realize that Trig changed his life to focus on her when she was almost killed during a mission. It’s been nineteen months and he hasn’t left her side.

Now, they’re out looking for her missing brother and a sudden case of amnesia leave Lena thinking that she’s married to Trig and she’s finally starting to lose her inhibitions – can their friendship take it?

Hott Review:

What I liked: I really enjoyed this. Steamy, sweat and a great plot. I loved every second!!
What I didn’t like: I need to read the others — this book was great & I want more!


Author: Kelly Hunter
Source: Harlequin KISS via Netgalley
Grade: A
Steam: Adult – just steamy enough throughout but just a page or so of action
Setting: Istanbul (Turkey)
Series: The Wests, 3


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