The Bane Affair - Alison Kent

The Bane Affair

By Alison Kent

  • Release Date: 2018-06-21
  • Genre: Suspense
The Bane Affair book review score

3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 8 Ratings)

The Bane Affair Alison Kent Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

A deadly sexy game of cat-and-mouse...

Christian Bane is an expert at deception. It's part of his job as a Smithson Group agent. But having been left to die by a woman he thought he loved means a calculated seduction–even under the guise of work–has him wanting to get in and get out without getting involved.

Natasha Gaudet loves hot-bodied cars, so when she arrives at her godfather's estate to find a sexy Italian import–and an even sexier stranger waiting in the shadows–she's intrigued. But things aren't what they seem, and soon Natasha is caught up in a dangerous web.

The closer Christian gets to Natasha, the harder it is to deceive her. He knows he's been fed faulty intel; Natasha's not a criminal any more than he is which means only one thing: They're both being played.

Now neither will survive without the other, no matter the trust–and intimacy–working together requires.

What reviewers are saying:

"Within the first two paragraphs, I was hooked; and I never stopped reading until the final word. It was spy drama, it was psychological thriller, it was erotic romance. This book is worth reading!" - Jennifer W.

"A little humor, some mystery, plenty of adventure, and sprinkled with some steamy moments, this book is a must read." - Larisa E.

"A suspenseful and twisted spy vs. spy plot, with a smoking hot romance thrown in." - Melanie S.

"It's James Bond meets Christian Grey, only better." - Kelli Jo C.

"...the attraction between Christian and Natasha is instantaneous and oh-so deliciously sexy." - Diana B.

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User reviews about this book

  • Waste of time

    By Great super duper book!!!
    The book was too long. The consistency of the book wasn’t evenly distributed. The plot was basic yet the book was drawn out.

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