The Attraction Equation

Kadie Scott
The Attraction Equation
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Publisher
Entangled Publishing
Release Date
November 2017
Series
Book 2 of Love Undercover
Genre
Contemporary Romance

SUMMARY
FBI agent Max Carter lives his life by a strict set of rules—rules that don't allow for distraction, deviation...or a relationship. But tell that to his matchmaking mama. To avoid yet another set-up, he announces he has a girlfriend. And now has to produce said girlfriend at Christmas dinner. Maybe Santa has a suitable actress in that red bag of his...

Gina Castillo is about to break her building's iron-clad "no pets" policy to give her little brother the perfect Christmas gift—a dog. Too bad Max, the most inconveniently sexy tenant in the building, catches her red handed. Gina expects to be evicted, but instead finds herself blackmailed into playing the role of his girlfriend.

Two lies plus one dog should equal a hot mess of a holiday, but attraction and Christmas magic might just defy the rules...

Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Nov 11, 2017   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
6 people found the following review helpful
THE ATTRACTION EQUATION is the second book in the Love Undercover series. I absolutely love the first book, The Wrong Kind of Compatible, because it features a geeky hero, which is one of my favorite kind. (Read my review here.) I guess my mistake was in thinking this second book would also feature a geeky hero, since both heroes are best friends and worked in the FBI targeting white-collar crimes, and so I went into this with wrong expectations. But that's all on me.

My expectations aside, THE ATTRACTION EQUATION is also funny and interesting, the kind of book you'd expect from Kadie Scott.

Instead of a geeky hero, we have Max, who's hunkalicious but who also has a control issue. In fact, he has OCD. The read's not as fun as with a geek hero, because all that need for control can be frustrating, especially for heroine Gina, who didn't need anyone organizing her stuff and hampering her creative process. Yet, outside of that, their chemistry is hot and sizzling, and you can feel the connection between them.

Series fans would love the cameo of Cat and Drew, especially Drew whose turn it is to talk sense into Max toward the end of the book.

Overall, THE ATTRACTION EQUATION is an enjoyable if predictable read.
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