I really enjoyed this book. Not only was Cate and Ash's story awesome, but we got to see more of Jim and Noelle, and all the other couples from the past books, and readers finally get to see the conclusion of Sully and Liam's story (though I'm kind of disappointed they didn't get their own book like all the heterosexual couples did).
This book was really not my cup of tea. Although the action was okay and the whole Sully and Liam subplot was interesting (more so than D and Sofia's romance, in my opinion), I found my self skimming a lot.
I liked this story a lot. Bailey and Sean are very strong-headed and have a lot of chemistry together. Their interactions with each other, and the supposed love-triangle involving Sean's twin brother was super entertaining to read.
I really loved this book. It's honestly my favorite of the series so far. I just loved seeing Noelle and Jim antagonize each other for the previous books as their employees worked and then inevitably paired up together. And now it's finally their turn to get the spotlight.
Ethan and Juliet were such a good couple. The plot, and all the subplots made me super eager to continue reading their story. Who doesn't love a good political thriller? Juliet's mission is so urgent and engaging, and Ethan's personal story, and the way he insists on helping her is awesome.
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