Friday, 20 January 2012

Analysis of Love by Fiona McGier

Catalina is the one Reyes sister who has always resisted her Hispanic roots. She refused to learn Spanish...she refuses to fall in love. She is always in control; no man can resist her sexy appearance that promises to fulfill their every dream. What happens when she is assigned to interview a blind man who can’t see her reliable attributes?  

Analysis of Love is Book 4 in the Reyes family series. This is by far the most emotional book and I found myself close to tears by the sadness in this story. Catalina is described as being one sexy woman no man could refuse. She’s been given an assignment by her boss to bring down an analyst, Dr. Evan Thompson.

This is one book in the series you don’t want to miss. The chemistry between Evan and Catalina is seriously hot. I love how she manipulates him to feel her up and they end up having some steamy sex in his office. Over the course of their sessions together they both find they’re falling in love with each other. However, when Evan finds out about her deception and throws it in her face, her reaction is written so wonderfully. The tears, the pain, are felt by the reader.

This is by far my favourite book of the Reyes family. All these books can be read as standalones but I think reading them as a series makes the reader connect with the characters so the story telling is more heartfelt.

Best Bits: The is another full story for me. From the beginning to the end, I highly recommend reading it all.

Verdict: The best one in the Reyes family series so far. Well worth the time getting to it. 

1 comment:

Fiona McGier said...

Wow! Thanks so much! This was one of the books that just wrote itself, because the characters were so real to me! I'm glad you enjoyed it so much!