This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Playing with Fire is the first Rebecca Hunter book I read and it won’t be my last! This book ticked all my boxes – second chance romance – check! A balance between steam and relationship development – check! Let’s just say that I am one happy reader!
As you know, I am such a fan of second chance romance and class disparity romance! The hero, Simon, is a second generation Cuban who worked in his father’s construction business and the heroine, Marianna is the spoiled daughter of a rich Cuban business. The book focusses on Marianna and Simon a decade later and the tables have sort-of turned.
What I really love about Playing with Fire is that there is undeniable chemistry between Simon and Marianna from the moment both appeared on the page. Naturally, this happens because of revenge and basically unrequited love – I absolutely love it!
I am also a fan of flashbacks and I love how it is used in Playing with Fire. This is where we see a glimpse of Simon and Marianna’s relationship when they were teens and it was very heartwarming.
One of the main plots of the book revolves around Marianna’s suspicions about her father’s imports company. This brings her to Australia where she confronts her father’s business partner and her ex-husband in a thrilling showdown.
Playing with Fire was a really quick read for me. In fact, I read the whole book in one sitting, I was hooked and engrossed and I could not put it down.
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Lover of Romance says
I am so READINGthis book. I actually love class disparity and second chance and just the fact you read it on e sitting has me adding this to my 2019 TBR spreadsheet for the year. Lovely review darling and I am so glad that you started off the year with a great book!!!
Awesome, Renee!!! Glad you enjoyed it as well!
I don’t read too many Harlequin books though I have been curious about the Dare books. Hmm, I think I’m going to have to add this book to my wishlist. Thanks for the review, Zee!
Same here, Rowena! But I tried their Dare line a year ago and wasn’t really impressed with the book I read. This one though was amazing!