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Playing With Fire by [Black, Kat]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1472 KB
  • Print Length: 244 pages
  • Publisher: Mischief (26 Feb. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00Q28GZ0I
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I would recommend this to my friends it kept me wanting to see what was next I was drawn to the cover and once read the blog couldn't put it back down xx
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I read the first book in this series from Kat Black a long while ago now, so when I found out there was a sequel, I certainly wanted to read it but couldn't remember every detail from the first book Melting Ms Frost. Nonetheless, it didn't seem to matter once I started reading as the important details from the first book are repeated in this so we know where we are with the characters, and why they are as they are in this book. It didn't take me long to get back into Aidan and Annabel's love story, and it was nice to read their relationship develop further and see how Annabel has changed towards the idea of having a relationship with Aidan after being distinctly frosty about it previously!

Annabel is still recovering from the vicious assault on her, but doesn't want to have to rely on Aidan to look after her. She's got her mother living at home with her, both afraid of how to move on with their lives and recover. Aidan, on the other hand, is keen to look after Annabel, show her he is ready to commit to her and be there for her, even if she isn't ready for that. Now that Aidan seems to be more of a permanent fixture in her life, is Annabel ready to finally let him in fully, and how will the pair manage to balance a relationship and their very hectic work lives as well? Will Aidan be able to melt the fire of Annabel once and for all, and tell her to let her guard down and let him in?

As I said, you don't have to have read the first book to enjoy this one, but it certainly helps to have the back story of these two. The pace of the book works really well, slow enough to really develop these characters and their burgeoning relationship at a believable pace, but not so slow that I ended up bored!
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Review: I was so excited about reading this book, it took me a few pages to get into it but then once I had made in rods, that was me, couldn't put it down. The first book in this series was serious hot and steamy, the sexual tensions lept o the page in front of your eyes. Although this book is slightly slower in pace and there seem to be slightly fewer sex scenes, those scenes really are hot hot hot!

I love the relationship between Annabel and Aiden. I love Aiden as a character, I think he is kind and generous and a real old fashioned gentleman whilst still being up to speed with modern society etc. He is obviously awesome in bed but he really takes care of Anabel and wants to better himself in the business world as well. I didn't like Anabel as much in this novel. I think she was melted during the first novel and now she seems to have lost that hard edge and been left with an indecisive nature. She seems to flip backwards and forwards in what she wants, don't we all, but at the same time I found this a little annoying. It doesn't take away from the storyline, she just grated on me a little.

There are some glorious settings in this novel. As this is set between London and Ireland, we have the balance of the bustling busy restaurant and then the glorious Irish countryside and I have to admit, I feel in love with the Irish scenes somewhat! I really enjoyed reading about the moody ocean and the rolling hills. The part of the story that is set in Ireland really slows down the pace of Anabel's worrying, she seems comfortable there and this made for some really easy reading, we get to meet aides family as well who are highly entertaining.

Overall it was really great to find out what happens next to Ms Frost and Aiden Flynn and I really enjoyed this novel sequel.
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Playing With Fire, Kat Black
Genre:  Contemporary romance
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I hadn’t read book one, but bought it as it sounded like one I’d enjoy and it was inexpensive...but I really found it hard to like Annabel, and Aiden, although I really liked him I felt he was a bit OTT, and just couldn’t see Annabel letting him get away with the things he said and did. Still if she didn’t there’d be no story!
Book two picks up after the attack on her and her mum,  and where Aiden has just discovered his bid for the huge wreck in Ireland has been successful. He’s busy flying between London and Ireland, trying to make things work with Annabel, and as ever its one step forward and two back for him.  I know she’s had a tough past, but so do many others and they don’t act as Annabel. She’s protecting herself sure, but at the cost of being rude to others, snubbing any kind of friendliness,and very judgemental over things like her mum’s new relationship, and the gambling when Aiden takes her away to stay with rich friends. Its  part of life for them and a bit of fun, but she can’t seem to accept that, and makes her disapproval clear. To me that's rude, she doesn’t have to like it, doesn’t have to take part ( and she doesn’t, there are others that don’t also) but she’s so contemptuous of them enjoying themselves it grates at me. I’m all for tolerance, they’re not harming anyone and the money could be better used elsewhere of course, but then we could say that about lots of things, such as the spa treatments she enjoys.
Overall there are some hot and sensual moments and Aiden's a great guy, but I never really took to Annabel, she seems to be so busy “protecting” herself she won’t let anyone in, but doesn't help anyone else either.
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