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The Mastermind

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Rating: 4 out of 5

Our attraction goes on forever.

Nadia Han's The Mastermind has romance, murder, suspense, and so much more. Told from the perspectives of both our main characters Audri and Remington this book is hard to put down until you've finished. Remington and Audri are both haunted by childhood trauma's that impact their interactions with others around them. The two have known each other since they were children, and now they find themselves experiencing emotions they don't know what to do with. Audri is drawn to Remington for the very reasons he tries to deny his feelings for her.

Her thoughtfulness and genuine joy shed light on the dark world I found myself in. She was better off in her untainted world, where she could remain a thoughtful, smart, and imaginative woman. My dark world would ruin her.

The two are thrown together when Remington purchases the company that Audri works for. Each one must quickly come to terms with the budding emotions they feel for each other and decide if they should attempt to pursue them. Audri finds herself struggling to understand Remington's words and actions which seem to be at odds with one another. Remington wants only to protect Audri from the darkness in himself. Can the two be more than friends? Are their worlds simply too different?

Han's The Mastermind is a truly great story with romance, mystery, evil plots, suspense, and everything in between. Each character is well written and developed. You can find something to love and hate about almost every single character! Han's story is so well developed that even obvious plot points are amazing and totally acceptable. The book has a low amount of spice and you keep yelling at the book for the two MC's to get together already!!! Everything that happens in this book leaves you feeling satisfied with the outcome because it is the only logical evolution. Everything about this book just works and you should add it to your TBR list immediately.

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