Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Book Review: Pursued by the Devil by Carole Mortimer

Book Description

Mikhail Lysenko, a tall, dark, and deadly corporate shark, is buying up ailing companies during the financial crisis worldwide, cherry-picking the best parts, and disposing of the dead wood.

Lindsay Carlisle is a sexy, long-legged, ruthless lawyer whose client is determined to hold out against a Lysenko take-over.

And when Mikhail’s laser business focus hones in on Lindsay and becomes personal, very personal, she doesn’t know whether his interest is genuine or a means of undermining her client’s case. Regardless, there’s no way she’s going to be added to the list of women who’ve jumped into the sexy millionaire’s bed. Trying to resist Mikhail and keep work her priority is more than enough to deal with, but then someone begins anonymously sending Lindsay roses… black roses. As a love token? Or something more sinister? She may have to run into Mikail’s arms and allow him to save her from her secret admirer…

AVAILABLE: September 3, 2015

**I received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.**

This book was REALLY short...  I think it took me a little over an hour to finish.  It was also really predictable, which made it boring.  There was also an excessive use of exlamation points when I didn't feel they were needed or even warranted in simple conversations.   

This is my first book by Carole Mortimer, and to be honest, I won't be looking up other books written by her...

Rating: 1 out of 5