Mr. and Mr. Smith by Helenkay Dimon
(Tough Love)

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This is a very intense novel and feels a little too claustrophobic. There is a lot of ‘terse’ dialogue in darkness...The secondary characters were not fleshed out...It isn’t a very long novel and it does leave the reader a little less than satisfied...I did enjoy this novel in parts, but I’m not sure I shall be reading the next installment.
-All About Romance

Synopsis

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.
 
Includes a special message from the editor, as well as an excerpt from another Loveswept title.


Praise for Mr. and Mr. Smith 
 
“If you like hot men, action, nerve-wracking situations and police books, you should read Mr. and Mr. Smith.”—The Book Adventures of Annelise Lestrange
 
“This book is . . . a whole heck of a lot of fun, with a large cast of characters, lots of women in power, some angry-hot sex, physically improbable stunts, and lots of shit blowing up. If you like your romance with a little dash of Die Hard, this is the book for you.”—Binge On Books
 
“If you are looking for some sexy, exciting, romantic suspense, I would definitely give Mr. and Mr. Smith a try. It is a fun story with lots of thrills and it looks to be the start of a great new series.”—Joyfully Jay
 
“Mr. and Mr. Smith is a suspense-filled story. There are moments of abrasive and emotional tantrums . . . and inspiring scenes of one man’s love for another. The premise is entertaining; the characters are an eclectic mix of intense, impassioned, and real; the romance is a fight to the finish.”—The Reading Cafe
 
“This book is worthy on all levels and has me anxiously waiting on others to follow.”—Scandalicious Book Reviews
 
“The sexual tension between the men has a tendency to explode on the page, which will keep you fanning yourself as you try to cool down.”—Bookaholic Anon
 
“This book had me on the edge of my seat for nearly the entire story. The plot is complex and the writing style kept me captivated from beginning to end. I did not want to put this book down until I finished it!”—Xtreme Delusions
 

About Helenkay Dimon

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Award-winning author HelenKay Dimon spent twelve years in the most unromantic career ever - divorce lawyer. After dedicating all of that effort to helping people terminate relationships, she is thrilled to deal in happy endings and write romance novels for a living.  Her books have been featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine and E! Online.  HelenKay loves hearing from readers, so stop by her website at www.helenkaydimon.com and say hello.
 
Published May 24, 2016 by Loveswept. 215 pages
Genres: Romance, War. Fiction
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Above average
Reviewed by Sirius on Jul 05 2016

...the only thing I could I think about was how stupid their actions were. Having said that, I still liked these guys – all the FEELZ were there, all the chemistry and the sex was incredibly hot (not the first or second or even third thing I am interested in the story, but it sure does not hurt).

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All About Romance

Below average
Reviewed by BJ Jansen on Jun 04 2016

This is a very intense novel and feels a little too claustrophobic. There is a lot of ‘terse’ dialogue in darkness...The secondary characters were not fleshed out...It isn’t a very long novel and it does leave the reader a little less than satisfied...I did enjoy this novel in parts, but I’m not sure I shall be reading the next installment.

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