What a fantastic follow up to Wicked Beautiful, is Wicked Sexy, funny and snazzy humor, that electric and sexual chemistry, the passion and then what is a book without some pressure/suspense for the MC.
We met Tabby and Connor, the MC, in book 1 where they were background characters and in book 2, this is their love story. The good and the bad laid out on how they fell in love. Connor is an ex-Special Ops agent and CEO of his private security firm while Tabby is a young woman who went to college at a very early age , she is a super smart computer hacker who attended MIT and has a genius level IQ. Her personality is one that is sassy and independent. She is very smart and fearless. She has red hair and definitely a temper that goes with it. When Connor is around her, the sparks fly. Connor is an older man who is definitely all alpha and protector of all that is around, which includes Tabby but she fights him due to things in her past. Connor wants to help her but she tries to refuse that help. Connor wont let her do that and that is where the sparks really fly between them. They met over their friends in book 1 and in book 2 , they go from semi frenemies to lovers and what was great is how I loved was the journey to becoming true lovers and real friends. Tabby and Connor joined up to find a real criminal , a cyber criminal who is a psychopath responsible for many terrorist activities and the thing is , he is a bad person from Tabby’s past. This is where a lot of pressure comes in, a lot of angst and suspense. The flow of the story was great and I Loved how Connor and Tabby kept this story going until the very end. You too will love how the journey for this couple kept you engrossed from beginning to end. I was sad when their love story came to an end. Maybe there will be more books from the supporting cast brought up or maybe more stories will be written, for I loved these type of stories. The heat and passion was great and the character development was good. This is one great summer story to enjoy and read again over and over. I would recommend reading book 1 to fully enjoy this story, although it can be read as a standalone.
My rating: 4.6 stars *****
**I was given an ARC by the publisher in exchange for an honest review***